Specialising in Spirituality Awakening, Relationship difficulties, Self esteem, Ego, Perfectionism, Not feeling good enough
Megan is a Registered Psychologist with a Post Graduate Diploma in Professional Psychology Practice. She enjoys working with young people and adults from various cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Her professional experience includes working with groups and individuals to address psychological discomfort and distress. Megan employs a collaborative, strengths-focused approach; and is passionate about empowering individuals to achieve their therapeutic and life goals.
Mark has been practicing as a psychologist for 16 years and finds a lot of meaning through work. He enjoys listening to people, and supporting them to transform and find freedom. Mark engages with people in a collaborative, accepting, compassionate and non-judging spirit. This is combined with his ongoing training in cognitive, behavioural, acceptance, somatic and mindfulness based approaches; including ACT, EMDR, MI and IFS. With the wave of new research and knowledge around using psychedelics for mental health, personal and spiritual growth; it’s important that people can be supported to ensure their experiences are safe and valuable. Mark provides a safe space to talk through psychedelic experiences, to integrate important insights, or to think carefully about preparation, suitability and harm minimisation.
As a psychologist, his clinical interest areas are depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress and trauma recovery, psychosis, schizophrenia, bipolar, addictions, grief, loss and experiences of existential dilemma, anguish or distress. Alongside helping people with mental health difficulties, he is equally interested in the areas that contribute to human flourishing. This includes cultivating relationships, activities and habits that promote growth, belonging and contentment. And also experiences that facilitate self-transcendent positive emotions, known to have powerful effects on our wellbeing and connectedness.
He is based in Wollongong, can provide telehealth sessions and is a registered provider with Medicare, Private Health funds, NDIS, Open Arms and WorkCover.
Kelly Garfield – Cova Psychology.
Suite 19, Level 1, 12 Collins Street,
Phone: 9654 3557
I specialise in adults wanting to overcome work, relationship and personal issues, and experiencing stress, overwhelm, anxiety, depression, and difficult life transitions.
Karen was born and raised in South Africa. She is married with two adult children and immigrated to Australia in 2003. Karen originally qualified as an early years teacher and then specialised in Specific Learning Difficulties. This was followed by both Honours and Masters degrees in Educational Psychology and then ten years later while in Australia a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Southern Queensland.
Since January 2009, Karen has been involved in private Practice work based at the St Andrew Medical Centre in Toowoomba, Queensland. Karen currently works with adults using a variety of therapeutic approaches to suite the client’s needs. The main therapeutic models used are CBT, ACT, Narrative, Schema, EMDR and IFS and a particular interest and speciality is trauma.
Specialist area include; Depression/Anxiety, Eating and Body Image Disturbance, Relational/Attachment Trauma, PTSD, Personal Development, Parenting.
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.