Bec is a provisional psychologist who has a keen interest working with children and adolescents. Previously, Bec worked at Lifeline providing confidential telephone crisis support to vulnerable Australian’s and has spent the last two years as an intake clinician at headspace. Bec is experienced in providing care to clients with a range of presentations including anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD, ASD, eating disorders and substance use. Bec is passionate about providing care that is client centred, gender and neuro-affirming, using a warm and empathetic approach to help clients reach their goals. Bec enjoys walking her dog on the beach, reading books and travelling.
Brooke is a provisional psychologist who completed her Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) at Deakin University in 2020. Brooke is a passionate clinician who has particular interest in child psychology and complex psycho-social presentations and supporting young people to achieve their therapeutic goals early in life. Brooke has a background in youth case work, working in the area of homelessness, mental health, youth justice and family violence. Brooke is available via Telehealth to those Australia wide who may prefer to have their Psychology appointments from the comfort of their own home.
Ellie is a Provisional Psychologist with a keen interest in working with children on the Autism spectrum. She has worked with children as a Peer Mentor and has volunteered as a telephone counsellor with Lifeline Australia whilst completing her Psychology studies. Ellie would like to use her skills to implement strategies and interventions to assist with emotional regulation and understanding, development of social skills, self-esteem, mood and behavioural concerns. She is passionate about empowering individuals and families to reach their goals and achieve positive change.
Emma is a Provisional Psychologist/Behaviour Support Supervisor who has an interest in working with children and adolescents. Emma has a background of working with people with different mental health concerns and behavioural needs such as ASD, ADHD, ODD and ID. She also has experience in individual and group therapy. Emma is passionate about providing support to people through an empathetic and person-centred approach.
Emma is a Provisional Psychologist who has a keen interest in working with adolescents and young adults. She has worked as a support worker, youth residential worker, and volunteered as a surf therapy mentor. Emma has experience working with children, adolescents and adults with a range of mental health concerns, including anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, emotional dysregulation, and trauma. Emma utilises a warm, person-centred and empathic approach to supporting people to reach their goals. In her spare time Emma enjoys hiking, rock climbing, and reading.
Jaimie is a provisionally registered Psychologist and Behaviour Support Practitioner with a background in disability services, working with diverse clientele across a broad range of demographics. She is experienced in applying psychotherapeutic techniques such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and mindfulness-based interventions. Jaimie is passionate about employing a pragmatic and person-centred approach to care, prioritising the support of people’s autonomy and dignity.
Kate is a Provisional Psychologist who completed her Master of Professional Psychology at Deakin University in 2021. Kate is passionate about supporting participants of all ages to achieve their therapeutic goals. Working with respect and compassion, Kate is committed to assisting people to build their resilience and seeks to empower her clients to achieve positive outcomes in their lives. Kate has a background in forensic case management and has worked with a range of complex psycho-social presentations. In her spare time Kate enjoys hiking and playing/coaching netball.
Paul has worked in many areas helping people as a psychologist. Paul has extensive experience working with children adolescents and adults. He is an AHPRA registered psychologist and psychologist supervisor and has worked with both the Australian Psychological Society and Victorian Department of Health and Human Services in determining best practice guidelines for management of clients with complex psychosocial needs. Paul has presented at international, national and regional conferences and is passionate about contributing to the improved mental health outcomes for the community. In his spare time Paul enjoys fishing for flathead on Corio Bay and doing woodwork projects.
Poppy is a Provisional Psychologist who completed her Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) and Graduate Diploma of Psychology (Advanced) at Deakin University in 2020. She has a background working in Out of Home Care with children and carers, family services and mental health support. Poppy is passionate about supporting participants of all ages and identities to achieve their therapeutic goals, while also ensuring participants have a safe and non-judgemental space to be themselves.
Shaeley is a Provisional Psychologist and Behaviour Support Practitioner whose passion is to help individuals with behavioural, physical, emotional, and mental health problems by improving their quality of life, sense of well-being, and alleviating feelings of anxiety and distress. Shaeley has experience working with a variety of mental health disorders, behavioural disorders and psychosocial disabilities. Shaeley also has two years of experience working as a Drug and Alcohol Clinician and has an interest in the forensic psychology field. Shaeley has an empathic and non-judgemental approach and is passionate about assisting people in achieving more harmony and fulfilment in their lives.