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Dr Amy Talbot & Associates

Clinical Psychologists

Bella Vista, NSW 2153

We are a clinical psychology practice providing evidence based services for children, teens, adults and families experiencing a range of presenting concerns. We have particular expertise in providing quality services for individuals & families affected by eating and feeding disorders, obsessive compulsive and related disorders (including tic disorders and trichotillomania) and anxiety disorders.
 

Fiona Jensen Psychology

Counselling
Psychotherapy

West Footscray, VIC 3012

Fiona draws on her expertise of using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, schema therapy & psychodynamic approaches to support clients to overcome their challenges.

She has worked with people with depression, anxiety, addiction and other mental health difficulties. Fiona is approachable & professional. Medicare rebates are available with a GP referral.
 

Dr Natasha Rogers

Mornington Peninsula Psychology

Frankston, VIC 3199

 

Ms Ellie Ridgway

Mornington Peninsula Psychology

Frankston, VIC 3199

Step by Step Psychology

Step by Step Psychology

Blackburn, VIC 3130

Step by Step Psychology is an independent psychology and counselling clinic focusing on the wellbeing of children, adolescents and their families. We provide counselling services for children and adolescents and work extenstively with children with ASD and their families. We also administer cognitive, educational and autism diagnostic assessments.
 

Courtney Jackson-Carrol, Clinical Psychologist

BBehSc, BPsych (Hons), MPsych (Clin) MAPS MCC
Brighter Futures Psychology

Camp Hill, QLD 4152

 

Zachariah Sheridan

BPsychSc Hons MPsych (Ed & Dev)
Brighter Futures Psychology

Camp Hill, QLD 4152

Nonie Carr

Nonie Carr

Counselling Psychologist
Enhance Life Psychology

Prahran, VIC 3181

I help clients to find clarity and new or different ways to think, behave and approach situations. The result of this work is often a new perspective, changed behaviour and more effective coping.
 

Cherie Lacis Clinical Psychologist

Mediclinic

Clayton South, VIC 3168

Sherisse Cohen

Sherisse Cohen

Sydney Doctors

Sydney, NSW 2000


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