Specialising in somatic psychotherapy; trauma; parenting; chronic illness
Private practice psychotherapy. Medicare rebate available with referral from GP
Jane completed a Bachelor of Applied Social Sciences (Counselling) in 2009 and a Master of Social Work in 2012. She is an Accredited Mental Health social worker and a member of the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW).
Jane has been a therapist for over 11 years. She has worked within a number of non-profit organisations and in private practice where she offered counselling services to individuals (children, adolescents and adults) as well as family groups.
Specialising in couples and Adult Individuals experiencing emotional distress and relationship problems who want assistance with changing more than just superficial things in life.
I am a psychotherapist in private practice in Sydney.
I work with people on a range of issues including; anxiety and depression, trauma, childhood experiences of neglect, life transitions, and issues of substance abuse. My hope is to collaborate with clients to explore and manage emotional challenges using warmth and humour, while holding a respect for the sacred and serious work of personal growth and healing.
All clients are welcome, but I have a special interest in working with creatives, activists and members of the LGBTQI community.
I have worked in private practice in various locations on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, for over 9 years, and prior to this worked in a number of Commonwealth government agencies. I see people from 7 years to 60+ years of age, as well as couples and families. I see people for various symptoms and conditions including: trauma, PTSD and complex/developmental PTSD; depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, sexual and physical assault; grief and loss; adjustment to life changes; chronic health issues including chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia; and relationship issues. I am able to provide longer term psychotherapy. I also provide supervision to other psychologists, counsellors and psychotherapists.
You are welcome to contact me by either calling or texting my mobile number. I am sometimes unable to respond to email contact very quickly.
Margot Trinder is currently fully booked, and unable to consider new clients at this time.
My name is Louise. I am a mother, a wife and a friend to myself.
A change happened in my life when I actively explored self compassion and kindness. This process naturally brought me to a point where I found my interests deepen and my curiosity increase in trying to understand where psychology meets spirituality. For me, IFS is the psycho-spiritual model that bridges these aspects of my life.
The very first time I heard about IFS, I was listening to Jay Earley in the Self Acceptance Project on SoundsTrue.com. I was instantly drawn to learning more about the modality because it felt warm and familiar.
I have since completed the IFS Online Circle, Level 1 and Level 2 in Trauma and Neuroscience and I completed Level 3 in November 2019.
If you need a bright and dynamic facilitator to run an event, achieve agreement between two or more parties working through conflict, or develop and deliver a program or presentation to a group of stakeholders, you can trust Helen Telford to deliver. With a track record of successful facilitation in varied public and private environments, Helen will apply her considerable experience to deliver your event and achieve your goals.
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Sean Cuthbert graduated from Australian Catholic University in Melbourne with a Master of Psychology (Clinical). He is fully registered as a Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia (PBA). He has an endorsement in Clinical Psychology with the PBA. Sean is a full Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). He is a Fellow of the Clinical College of the APS. Sean has over a decade of experience working therapeutically with clients across a number of settings, including community organisations, within public health settings, and in private practice.
He has worked extensively with adolescents, young adults, and adult clients, and has a particular interest in men’s health. As a therapist, Sean has an approachable manner, and is warm, open, encouraging, and direct. He combines a down-to-earth, realistic approach to the counselling process with a healthy sense of humour. Sean maintains a small group of clients compared to larger practices so he can continue to provide a high quality, personalised, professional service. He draws on a variety of experiential methods to create a tailored approach for each individual and situation. He is trained and experienced in EMDR, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT), and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT).
Sean specialises in the big challenges: trauma/PTSD, addictions/substance use issues, anger management, anxiety-related issues, depression/shame, and relationships. Sean is direct, energetic, and passionate, in order for you to see change as soon as possible into the process.