Find Psychologists in Perth - South East
Psychologists in Ascot
Mood Disorders Clinic
1/ 99 Racecourse Road, Ascot QLD 4007 Australia
Welcome to Mood Disorders Clinic (MDC) - a clinical psychology practice offering a friendly and safe space to engage in therapy with highly trained clinical psychologists and clinical registrars. Director and Clinical Psychologist, Dr Ea Stewart, wished to open a clinic where individuals could feel confident about their treatment. As a result, she combined her passion of working with people with mood issues of all types and her passion for providing evidence-based therapy interventions- and the outcome was MDC. In keeping with providing a safe space and respecting clients' privacy, the clinic is nestled behind the shops on Racecourse Road, and is not visible to traffic or from the footpath.
Psychologists in Canning Vale
Health and Wellness Psychology
12A, 64-66 Bannister Road, Canning Vale WA 6155 Australia
Here at Health and Wellness we offer a variety of different approaches to counselling and psychology. We work with you to determine the best ways we can help you to improve your overall wellbeing. We strive to create a warm and welcoming environment, so you feel at home with us. We understand how tough it can be to reach out for help when you need it and are here to fully support you and let your needs guide our treatment approach. Psychologist Elisa Mladenovic has a variety of specialisations and ways of adapting to your circumstances, so we can build the treatment program that feels most beneficial for you and your needs.
Wellbeing Therapy Space
12a, 64-66 Bannister Road, Canning Vale WA 6155 Australia
At Wellbeing Therapy Space you can learn more about how to improve your psychological wellbeing. We offer therapeutic support for children, adolescents, adults and couples across a wide range of life challenges. Depression, anxiety, addiction, grief and loss, trauma, behavioural problems, family issues, relationship problems, workplace issues, bullying, stress, career transition and more. At Wellbeing Therapy Space you can learn more about how to improve your psychological wellbeing. We offer therapeutic support for children, adolescents, adults and couples across a wide range of life challenges. Depression, anxiety, addiction, grief and loss, trauma, behavioural problems, family issues, relationship problems, workplace issues, bullying, stress, career transition and more. Our therapists use psychological interventions that are evidence-based and well respected including, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), mindfulness based behavioural therapy (ACT), schema therapy, solution-focused therapy, play therapy, interpersonal therapy, Gottman therapy for couples and more.
Psychologists in Huntingdale
7 Bronzewing Street, Huntingdale WA 6110 Australia
I’ve said that I’ve got a “Benevolent curiosity” about considering how and why individuals (or couples) arrive at where they are in their life at present. I like assisting people get to be more comfortable with where they are in life. Whether that is; Coping with a recent major change (a death, change of relationship status, end of a job); Negotiating a new relationship (with a spouse, or ex-partner, a parent or whoever it may be), Adjusting to a new life as a Gay or Lesbian person; Coming to terms with other significant changes.
Psychologists in Willetton
HL PSYCH - Bilingual Psychology
110 Pinetree Gully Road, Willetton WA 6155 Australia
Lin Tan is a competent Registered Psychologist who works extensively with adolescents, adults, couples and families. She is registered with Psychology Board of Australia and is a member of Australian Psychological Society. Upon graduated from Master of Applied Psychology in Australia over a decade ago, Lin started her journey in working collaboratively with people in coaching, counselling and psychotherapy. This sets a strong foundation for Lin to work with directly vulnerable clients in bringing out their strengths and values. She has experience in working directly with private patients, couples and underprivileged people from all walks of life, including migrants and Aboriginal Australians, both in face-to-face consultation and via Telehealth. Lin is passionate about working with clients to relieve their psychological distress and maximise their potential through healthy thinking, feelings and behaviour. She values empathy, openness and non-judgmental approach in exploring issues that are important to clients’ personal growth and development. Her key goal is to help individuals, couples and families to see growth opportunities through life crisis and turning them into their personal strengths. Lin considers this a truly rewarding experience to be a part of a change journey with her clients and see them grow to become resilient individuals! Lin structures her therapy approach according to her clients’ needs and therapeutic goals. She works primarily within a strength-based model with a range of techniques derived from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Trauma Focused Therapy. Lin is also trained in Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EDMR) that enables her to work effectively with Complex PTSD individuals. As part of these processes, Lin helps her clients to gain a better understanding about their needs and prioritise effective ways of responding to their life challenges. She often works with clients who are experiencing a range of mental health issues to achieve a positive outcome for them.
Psychologists in Wilson
Kaye Barr Psychologist
26 Surrey Road, Wilson WA 6107 Australia
Kaye Barr is a registered psychotherapist and psychologist Perth. She works mainly with adult individuals and couples, including same-sex couples. She offers a discreet, supportive counselling service from two metropolitan locations. Kaye also offers phone or Skype counselling for clients in geographically isolated situations such as country towns, farms or mine sites, within Australia or overseas. Phone counselling can be very effective for psychological service, with many of the advantages of face to face interaction, as well as some that are unique to phone consulting. Style of Counselling Kaye works across a broad range of personal difficulties. She specialises in assisting people to reach their full potential through self-awareness. There can be many reasons for confusion, distress or blockage. Some may be from outer situations such as loss or difficulty with fertility, while some may come from patterns within us, learned in earlier years, that have become ‘part of the inner furniture’. Essentially, one is meeting with the person who has the issue, and together exploring the problem issue, and its effects. Once the difficulty is explored understood, the way towards resolution becomes more clear. Once the ‘sense’ is found, greater control returns and we may experience more energy for everyday living. Kaye’s psychology Perth services can assist you with: - anger management - stress management - the experiences of depression and anxiety - relationship difficulties - development of effective communication skill - recovering direction in lives affected by alcohol - coping with grief and/or loss - the experience of infertility, and pregnancy issues - self esteem enhancement - personal growth and understanding - recovery of a sense of balance and well-being - phone counselling A qualified psychotherapist, and psychologist, Kaye offers a non-judgmental environment, in which the meaning of present actions or difficulties may gently emerge. One may then realise the purpose or function of the troubling issue, and regain a sense of balance and well-being.