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Practices in Applecross
Applecross Psychological Services
Office 1, 7 First Avenue, Applecross WA 6153 Australia
At Applecross Psychological Services, we are not interested in being your own personal guru or saviour. What we offer is simple: independent, professional and confidential counselling from a qualified psychologist. Life can be difficult and challenges do come our way. This can make us feel confused, overwhelmed or out of control. When we feel like this, we can find ourselves feeling and behaving in ways that we normally would not. This can affect your work and relationships. Counselling is an opportunity for you to talk about your experience with a qualified psychologist. Talking through a problem in a safe, confidential environment can provide other perspectives, insights and clarity. This can assist you in your decision making, as well as providing relief and realistic strategies.
Practices in Ardross
The Wellbeing Psychologist
Suite 7/20 Kearns Crescent, Ardross WA 6153 Australia
The Wellbeing Psychologist is a progressive psychology practice empowering people to enhance their wellbeing so they can create a life they love. If you are feeling stressed and overwhelmed, are lacking confidence or if you just want to get more out of life and be at your best, I offer psychological therapy or coaching sessions to help people build their resilience and live a more positive and meaningful life. I utilise CBT, solution-focussed and positive psychology approaches. Afternoon, evening and Saturday appointments are available. Telehealth sessions are also available by request. Medicare rebates may be available, please check with your GP to see if you are eligible. Private health rebates may also be available.
Practices in Attadale
Present Mind Psychology
Suite A9/550 Canning Highway, Attadale WA 6156 Australia
In our busy and fast moving society we often juggle multiple tasks at the same time, such as work, parenting, social events, study – the list goes on. This can often lead to stress building up over time and we tend to feel more run down, tired, anxious, depressed, or suffer from health complaints such as headaches. We often find ourselves getting carried away by worrying thoughts about the future or revisiting events from the past. Kids are also increasingly turned outward to external stimuli, often overscheduled, and taking less time to rest in stillness. They too worry about the future (e.g. the exams at school, the conflict at home, the bullying at school) and the past (e.g. parents separation, grief and losses in the past such as a pet’s death) Mindfulness helps to turn our attention inwards and becoming more aware of our experience in the here and now – the only moment we actually have, the present. And it truly is a present to live fully in the moment, for example, to rediscover the beauty of a flower in all its details, enjoy a cup of tea or play with a child with full attention. I help parents and kids to reconnect to the here-and-now and start fresh at every moment of the day. Every new moment holds many possibilities of how we want to engage with the world, with our environment, our loved ones, our children. Each and every day we have a choice to do things differently - an enormous potential to grow and change. I am specialised in child and family psychology assisting people with a variety of emotional and clinical problems as well as supporting those who wish to increase their overall quality of life. Services are offered through my private practice in Attadale. Please see 'therapy' page for details.
Practices in Fremantle
My Health Journey
14 James St, Fremantle WA 6160 Australia
Janette has more than 15 year’s experience as a practicing Registered Psychologist and set up a Private Practice initially in Victoria and more recently in Western Australia. Janette completed her university training at Deakin and La Trobe Universities in Melbourne, Victoria. She has extensive experience in assisting injured workers to return to work and a special interest in assisting people with health related issues. She believes her previous nursing career enhances her understanding of health and illness and compliments her training and experience in Health Psychology. Janette engages in professional development to remain informed about research and evidence based practice relevant to her psychology service.
Practices in Murdoch
Wellbeing Psychology Services
64 Gratwick Terrace, Murdoch WA 6150 Australia
Leonie is a Registered Psychologist with over 25 years of professional working experience in both Perth and the USA in corporate and government organisations, as well as private practice. She assists clients to develop skills and utilise their strengths, to better manage the stresses of daily life that can so easily affect our mental health. Leonie is passionate about helping others to alleviate their suffering, enhance their well-being and relationships and enjoy a more fulfilling life. Leonie’s clients range across the lifespan (children, adolescents, adults and seniors). Previous to her psychology training and Registration in Perth, she worked as a psychotherapist in Scottsdale Arizona, focusing on therapy through bodywork and energy psychology. She draws from a wide range of evidence based psychological therapies, tailored for the individual, within a broad perspective of what leads to well being. Her life long interest has been in spiritual development, a passion she has explored and led her to experience living on three continents. The qualities of well being are also the qualities and experiences that come from developing our Spiritual nature and living authentically with who we are beyond our family, societal and cultural conditioning. Leonie is the mother of three children, now living independently. One of her main hobbies is singing where she has participated in many singing groups and choirs internationally. She is currently learning to play the ukelele.
Practices in Palmyra
Rebecca Purchon Psychological Services
Suite 3/25 Foss St, Palmyra WA 6157 Australia
Rebecca Purchon is a senior clinical psychologist and has been practising in W.A.. for over 20 years. Rebecca has worked in a number of different fields including forensic services, government mental health services and child protection services. Rebecca now works in private practice and specialises in adult mental health. Originally trained at post graduate level in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Rebecca's therapeutic interests and training extend to Self Psychology, Object Relations Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, attachment-based psychotherapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, neuroplasticity and mindfulness based therapy.
Practices in Rockingham
13 MacKinnon Street, Rockingham WA 6168 Australia
I adopt an empathic and non-judgmental approach to create a safe space for change. Using evidence-based practices to promote self-understanding among clients and encourage them to adopt new attitudes and feelings towards life situations. It is essential to keep in mind that therapy is not a magic pill or a quick fix: therapy is a healing process that necessitates participation and investment from the client and psychologist. But in the end, making small changes to self-defeating behaviour and coping with feelings of sadness, fear, and pain can bring life-altering results.