Richard has a sound background in the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, adults, and couples for a broad range of clinical issues, including depression, anxiety, relationship and self esteem issues and adjustment difficulties. He is experienced at helping“stuck” clients to find solutions and manage a variety of problems.
Dr Carolyn Spencer has significant expertise in helping people to achieve their personal goals and encompasses both clinical and corporate situations, research and executive coaching/mentoring. Carolyn applies appropriate therapeutic tools, such as schema therapy, cognitive therapy and cognitive behaviour therapy to help clients to address the problems that have challenged them.
Jessica’s therapeutic approach can be best described as person-centred, accepting, approachable, collaborative and solution-focused. Jessica works with adults and teenagers (16 years and older) to address issues including depression, anxiety, panic disorder, self-esteem, low motivation, relationship issues, anger management, vocational guidance and grief.
Amanda is a Registered Psychologist with the Australian Health Practioners Registration Board and with Medicare Australia. She completed a Honours Degree in Applied Psychology in 1999 and also completed a Master of Health Studies Majoring in Addictions in 2009. Amanda also has extensive training in parenting interventions and is a qualified provider of Triple P Parenting Program and Parents Under Pressure Program.
Pippa gained her psychology qualifications in South Africa, the UK and Australia. She has a Masters degree in Health Psychology and enhanced counselling skills gained through a two year counselling diploma from the Australian College of Applied Psychology. Pippa is registered with the Australian Health Practitioners Registration Agency and Medicare Australia.
Having qualified with her Psychology Masters degree in 2000, Belinda has gained extensive experience in the field of psychology within a range of international health settings. She has worked in private practice in both South Africa and New Zealand, and has lectured in psychology at a tertiary level in South Africa, New Zealand and Dubai.