Please note: the preferred method of contacting practitioners is via their mobile phones. General enquiries can be made to (02) 62301064 but your call may not be returned for up to 2 business days. We currently have limited availability to accept new clients
Founder - Dr Bruce Stevens
MTh, PhD Psychology
Member of the Australian Psychological Society, Clinical & Forensic Colleges
Bruce is a fulltime academic as research professor holding the Wicking Chair for Aging and Practical Theology at Charles Sturt University. He has a small private practice on Tuesdays from 1-6pm. He is now specializing in working with aged patients and will only take referrals for those over 60 years old. He is also willing to do forensic assessments with the aged. Bruce can be contacted on 0403529773.
Principal - Kim Lehmann
BPsychSc(Hons), MClinPsych, MAPS, CCLIN
Kim is a clinical psychologist who likes working with adults in therapy. She delivers personalised, evidence-based interventions across a range of psychological disorders such as anxiety, depression and addictions. Kim's clients enjoy her empathetic and solution focused approach and consistently report improved quality of life and functioning. Please note Kim is not taking on new clients or doing family law reports in 2015.
Principal - Dr Jo Rouston
Jo is a clinical psychologist with experience in treating adults with depression, trauma, anxiety, and severe or complex mental health conditions. She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society's Clinical College, recognising her clinical qualifications and experience, and is committed to ongoing personal research and professional development. Jo possesses a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (ANU) and has been working since 1998 in a variety of settings as a psychologist, including community mental health, private practice, and with Veterans and Veterans' Families Counselling Service (the latter primarily as a group facilitator). One of her main areas of interest is psychological trauma and PTSD; Jo has undertaken training in a variety of therapies to treat clients with trauma-related issues including EMDR, cognitive-processing therapy, traditional exposure therapy, and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy. More generally, she utilises a variety of evidence-based therapies, tailored to suit the individual client and their presenting problem, including cognitive behaviour therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy, and schema-focussed therapy.
Jo undertakes consultations on Wednesdays and Fridays, but can be contacted Mon-Fri on 0412071724 or emailed on firstname.lastname@example.org
Principal - Ms Ruth Holt
MClinPsych, BSocSci(HonsPsych), GradDipPsych, BA (Hons)
Ruth has full registration with the National Psychology Board, associate membership with the Australian Psychological Society and is registered with Medicare to provide Focused Psychological Strategies.
Ruth has worked with adults and children in a variety of situations, including individual counselling, facilitating groups for women with post-natal depression, the “Cool Kids” anxiety management program, insomnia groups, marriage enrichment for churches and has also worked with adults in health and medical contexts. She has a special interest in spirituality and mental health.
Ruth can be contacted on 0426275665
Principal - Ms Rowena Cappelen
BSc(Hons), MClinPsych, MAPS
Rowena is a Clinical Psychologist, who has been providing counseling to adults and adolescents for over 10 years. Rowena has worked in a variety of settings including Mental Health, Victims Services, Pain Management and Eating Disorders.
Her particular areas of interest are trauma, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, bulimia, schizophrenia, and relationship issues. Rowena utilizes a range of treatment approaches including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness based techniques, Schema Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy; tailored to an individual’s needs and to maximize positive outcomes.
Rowena has also developed and delivered a range of group therapy programs including anxiety management, building psychological skills and mindfulness training.
Rowena can be contacted on 0415569046.
Principal - Ms Tram Dinh
Tram is a clinically trained psychologist who is passionate about the power of positive psychology and has personal strengths in facilitating positive change and maintaining resilience in individuals. She is currently conducting research at the ANU looking at how interpersonal relationship dynamics and personality traits influence our psychology, well-being and life satisfaction.
Tram is skilled in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Brief Solution-Focused Therapy, and Couples Therapy. She has experience working with a wide variety of mental health conditions including, but not limited to, Anxiety, Depression, OCD and PTSD. She can assist individuals to overcome other problems as well including relationship issues, stress, sleep problems and grief.
Tram also enjoys preparing legal reports for criminal, civil, vocational and family law matters. As a bilingual psychologist, she is able to conduct assessments and therapy in both English and Vietnamese. Feel free to contact her to discuss her work or how she can be of assistance to you.
Tram can be contacted on 0422417764. Please note that Tram is on maternity leave and will return in 2016.
Sam Van Meurs
BArts/BPsych (Hons), AssocMAPS
Sam is a clinically trained psychologist who conducts individual therapy with adults and adolescents while also specialising in legal reports for the criminal, vocational, injury compensation, and family court arenas. He has worked in a variety of community and clinical settings with a range of clinical populations as a volunteer, paid carer, and once qualified, as a psychologist. While undertaking training as part of the Australian National University's clinical psychology program he has also had experience in performing competency assessments, and facilitating group therapy sessions. Showing a commitment to research, at present Sam is also completing his PhD in Clinical Psychology at ANU.
Sam can be contacted on email@example.com or via phone on 0412352028
Dr Monica Skjerve
BPsych (Hons), MClinPsych, PhD
Monica is a clinical psychologist who enjoys working with adolescents and adults in therapy. She delivers personalised and evidence-based interventions across a range of psychological disorders, and her clients consistently report excellent treatment outcomes. Monica has since 2002 worked in a variety of settings, including community mental health and private practice, and has experience in providing psychological interventions to individuals experiencing mild to severe mental health issues. She has a particular interest in anxiety, depression, relationship problems, and sexual dysfunction. She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society’s Clinical College, reflecting her clinical qualifications and experience, and is committed to furthering her knowledge through ongoing professional development and research.
Monica also has a special interest in neuropsychology and cognitive assessments, and has completed a PhD in clinical psychology. She can provide neuropsychological reports for the court if required, for example in relation to injury compensation claims.
Monica can be contacted on 0411734770
Andrew is a clinical psychologist with extensive experience in providing psychotherapeutic interventions to clients in a private and public mental health setting. He enjoys working with clients seeking help for long-term difficulties, including psychosis and trauma. Currently, Andrew works at the Australian National University Counselling Centre where he both counsels students studying at the university and also is developing a program and providing trainee provisional psychology supervision. Andrew has also been teaching in the Postgraduate Clinical Psychology training program at ANU since 2011 conducting workshops and seminars. Andrew keeps a small private practice. His office is located on the ninth floor and you can contact him on 0449150078.
Ms Teall McQueen
MClinPsych, MAPS, CCLIN
Teall is a clinical psychologist who enjoys working with adults and adolescents, on an individual basis. She aims to work toward positive change using evidence-based therapeutic interventions across a range of psychological disorders and has a particular interest in working with depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties and poor self-esteem. Treatment is delivered in a client-centered manner and is personalised depending on the presentation.
Teall has an engaging, friendly and approachable manner which allows her to work effectively with clients to improve their overall quality of life.
Teall can be contacted on 0452496174
BPsychSc (PostGradDip), MClinPsych, MAPS
Sleiman is a clinical psychologist who uses a range of evidence-based and client-centered approaches which he tailors to suit the client’s individual needs and goals. These include mindfulness- based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Positive Psychology, Schema Therapy, Coaching Psychology and Solution Focused Therapy.
Sleiman also enjoys providing lifestyle and leadership coaching, being an accredited Hogan Personality Assessment practitioner, as well as having a background in leadership development through his work in the Public Service and the military. Sleiman also enjoys delivering practical and educational workshops and presentations on mental health and personalities in the workplace.
Sleiman has experience in private practice, the workplace rehabilitation domain, the hospital and community mental health areas. He was also a personal fitness trainer for many years. Sleiman has particular interest in psychological growth following trauma and adversity, including job burnout, workplace harassment, and difficult life events.
Sleiman is recognised and registered as a Medicare provider and is a full Member of the Australian Psychological Society
Sleiman can be contacted on 0413606747
Ms Sharryn Sims
BPsychSc(Hons), MClinPsych, MAPS
Sharryn is a clinically trained psychologist who enjoys working with adults and adolescents. She works from a strengths-based, solution-focussed perspective using a range of evidence-based therapies.
Sharryn can help with anxiety, depression, grief, relationship issues, recovery from motor vehicle accidents and traumatic events, medically related anxiety, and the management of chronic illness (including cancer). She has a particular area of interest in recovery from workplace stress injuries. Sharryn works in a collaborative manner, and tailors treatment to individual needs using a solution-focussed approach targeted at achieving overall improved quality of life.
Sharryn can be contacted on 0438808276 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dr Tushara Wickramariyaratne
BPsych(Hons), DPsych(Clin) MAPS MCCLP
Tushara is a clinical psychologist who employs a client-centred approach for issues such as depression, anxiety and interpersonal problems in adults and older adults. She is skilled in delivering a range of evidence-based psychotherapeutic interventions such as cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), motivational interviewing and interpersonal therapy (IPT). She has experience in a number of community mental health settings.
Tushara’s area of interest is the psychological wellbeing of older adults (aged 60+). She has extensive experience working with older people in the community and in residential aged care facilities, for mild to severe presentations. Tushara has worked therapeutically with older adults on an individual and group basis for presentations including depression, anxiety and bipolar affective disorder. She also has experience addressing end of life issues, grief and loss with older adults and their carers/families, particularly in the context of dementia, cognitive impairment and multiple medical comorbidities.
Tushara’s other area of interest and experience is working with people of diverse sexualities, sex and gender in an inclusive and culturally competent manner. Tushara has experience working with lesbian, gay and bisexual clients for a range of issues. She also has experience working with transgender people, providing support and information on gender variance and liaising with other health professionals as necessary.
Tushara has completed a doctorate in clinical psychology at the ANU. She is also comfortable working with clients from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Tushara is accepting new clients for 2015.
Tushara can be contacted on 0459539607 or email@example.com.
Ms Tami Shaw
Tami Shaw is a clinically trained psychologist who enjoys working in therapy with adults, adolescents and children. She is passionate about //early intervention and prevention of mental health problems.
She tailors interventions to suit each individual and can provide brief or longer-term therapy. She can help with depression, social anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia, relationship problems, and personality disorders. She is experienced in providing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) and Schema Therapy.
Tami has worked across a range of settings including child and adolescent mental health, adult community mental health and forensic mental health. She is an experienced facilitator for the ‘Coolkids’ group anxiety program.
She enjoys working with culturally and linguistically diverse clients and has conducted research on cross-cultural communication and adjustment.
She also enjoys working with children with autism and worked as an applied behaviour therapist for several years prior to becoming a psychologist.
Tami offers appointments on during the day and after hours. She can be contacted on 0466460288
Dr Louise Farrer
B Psych (Hons), PhD (Clin Psych), MAPS
Louise is a clinically trained psychologist who uses evidence-based, client-centred approaches to address depression, anxiety and related issues in adults and adolescents. She is trained in cognitive behaviour therapy and interpersonal therapy, and utilises a range of therapeutic tools to assist clients to overcome difficulties and bring about positive change. Louise has experience working in a range of settings and tailors therapy to the individual needs of her clients. Louise has completed a PhD in clinical psychology at the ANU and conducts research examining the role of technology in improving mental health.
Louise has full registration with the National Psychology Board, is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society, and is registered with Medicare to provide evidence-based Focused Psychological Strategies under the Medicare Better Access Scheme.
Louise is available for appointments on Monday evenings and can be contacted on 0490525759 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr Matt Visser
BAppPsych (Hons), MClinPsych
Matt is a clinically trained psychologist who works with both adolescents and adults on an individual basis. He has worked extensively in the community mental health sector, primarily with those living with chronic mental health conditions, and enjoys working with people in all stages of recovery. He has a strong grounding in Humanistic and person-centred psychotherapy, which provides the context for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Committment Therapy (ACT), and Schema Therapy. Matt also works performing forensic assessments for injury, criminal, and vocational assessment.
Matt can be contacted on 0416570701
Ms Madeleine Pidcock
Madeleine is a Clinical Psychology Registrar. She is skilled in the provision of cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT), and solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT). Madeleine has experience working with wide a broad range of populations, including children, adolescents and adults. She has a particular interest in mood and anxiety disorders, and completed her doctoral research on the impact of cognitive biases in depression.
In addition to working at CCFP, Madeleine provides EAP counselling. She adopts a compassionate and evidence-based approach in sessions, with a special interest in supporting people to let go of self-defeating beliefs and the distressing emotions that they produce.
Madeleine is currently accepting referrals and can be contacted on 0435377924 or at email@example.com.