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    Dennison Psychology

    Suite 3 / 2 Avoca Street, South Yarra VIC 3141 Australia

    Dennison Psychology is a psychology practice, located in South Yarra (Melbourne). Our psychologists provide assessment and treatment to, adolescents, adults, couples and families. They treat a range of issues, including depression, anxiety, addictions (including drug & alcohol), relationship problems, adjustment to changes in life circumstances, low self-esteem, eating disorders, OCD, personality disorders, panic disorder, trauma/ PTSD, grief/ bereavement, bipolar, managing psychotic disorders, undesirable behaviour (including offending) and phobias. Our psychologists can assist you to develop skills to better manage stress and other emotions, identify and achieve personal goals, improve relationships, adapt to changes that arise through the course of life, cope better with adverse life experiences (for example, trauma, abuse, death of a loved one, redundancy, relationship breakdown, being diagnosed with an illness), and grow on a personal level.

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    Victorian Counselling & Psychological Services

    62 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne VIC 3002 Australia

    Victorian Counselling & Psychological Services provides the highest levels of service in a compassionate and caring environment. Our team of professionals work with individuals, couples families, organisations, and schools to address a range of issues and build positive pathways to mental health and wellness. We are committed to your success. 5 Locations: East Melbourne, Melbourne CBD, Surrey Hills, Mill Park & South Yarra (Plus telehealth videoconference consultations to wherever you are) 5 Clinic Locations. No Waiting List. Medicare Rebates

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    Trudy Sheffield Psychologist

    Room 1, 1014 Logan Rd, Holland Park QLD 4121 Australia

    Trudy Sheffield is a relatable, conversational psychologist, who works alongside people to find solutions to life disturbances and live to their potential. Trudy works with professionalism, integrity and competence. Professional rapport, co-researching and building a positive therapeutic alliance are of primary importance to her work. Trudy is a member of the Psychology Board of Australia. Trudy has 23 years experience working collaboratively with clients who present with complex needs, assisting them to making positive changes that are realistic and sustainable. She is in private practice in a relaxed and comfortable setting. Her room is also dog friendly (with prior advice/dog leashed). Trudy's areas of treatment include: Anxiety and related disorders Depression / mood disturbances Stress management and self care (including lifestyle balance) Distress tolerance, emotional regulation, mindfulness and coping Anger management Vicarious trauma (secondary trauma) Screen time/ technology detox and reconnection Interpersonal effectiveness including Assertion Training Substance abuse or other addiction intervention Trauma counselling with or without EMDR as a treatment Victims of crime support (Victims Assist approved provider) Grief and loss counselling Sexual abuse counselling Troubled teens Domestic violence intervention and support Resilience building and lifestyle balance- adults and children (Kids that Bounce program-see bookings) Surviving and managing bullying Identifying and managing toxic workplaces / people Effective leadership/staff management Personal Change and motivation Weightloss and lifestyle counselling (Mind over Kilos program) Motivational enhancement, personal responsibility and goal setting General counselling – including problem behaviours affecting performance, work, home, etc Successful co-parenting Relationship counselling - working to build equal and respectful relationships Workplace and employee mental and emotional health checks and intervention EAP provision + Workcover registered provider Assessment and intervention for criminal behaviour ( pre-sentence reports /other reports additional fee upon quote) Specialised sexual risk assessment Services also include: - Staff training and development - Group facilitation - Supervision (peer) Therapeutic approaches utilised include (but are not limited to): - Creating a positive therapeutic alliance - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) -Positive psychology - Narrative therapy -Insight developmental strategies - Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) - for Trauma and other issues -Dialectical behavioural therapy - Schema Therapy - Mindfulness -Motivational Interviewing / Motivational Enhancement Therapy -Acceptance and Committment Therapy - Domestic Violence intervention -Resilience skills training - Family violence models

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