Ariadne is a psychologist who holds a Masters degree in wellbeing science and has over 20 years’ experience working with adults. Ariadne provides individual therapy for people experiencing a wide range of mental health issues including, depression, anxiety, trauma, workplace stress, relationships challenges, parenting and life transitions.
Sarah is a psychologist who works with individuals across the lifespan. Sarah has experience conducting assessments and provides both individual and group psychotherapy for a range of concerns, including depression, anxiety, relationship problems, grief and loss, motivation, stress, sleeping difficulties, and self harming behaviours.
Tanya is a Clinical Play Therapist with a Masters in Child Play Therapy and an Honours degree in Early Childhood Studies. She brings over 25 years’ experience in the field of early childhood to her practice, as a Kindergarten teacher, supporting parents in their parenting skills and working in partnership with families in the development of NDIS plans as an Early Childhood Early Intervention Practitioner. Tanya also brings her own experience as a parent of young children to her work.
Mental Health Social Worker
Nola is an accredited Child and Family Counsellor and Play Therapist with over 20 years’ experience of therapeutic intervention for children, families and adults across the life span. Nola has worked with children and families in both welfare and community-based settings and believes in working holistically with clients to establish their goals and develop the therapeutic intervention accordingly.
Marnie is a Clinical Child Psychologist with specialised Masters training in the clinical assessment, diagnosis and treatment of children and adolescents. She has extensive experience working with families in school and clinical settings using individual and group formats.
Merryn has been trained in a number of therapeutic modalities including CBT, ACT, psychoeducation, and mindfulness-based interventions. Merryn’s work is predominantly informed by her keen interest in psychoanalytic theory based on some years of further study in this area.
Naomi has experience working with a range of mental health issues including anxiety and depressive disorders, post-traumatic stress, and personality disorders. Naomi also works with relationship and family difficulties; grief and loss; difficulty adjusting to life transitions and changes; family violence; sexual assault; trauma; self-esteem and identity; sexuality and gender identity; and addictive behaviours.
Dane is a psychologist who works with individuals across the lifespan. Having historically worked in elite national sporting organisations, Dane uses a range of evidenced based techniques to foster a clear pathway for clients to reach their stated goals in this setting. He uses frameworks including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Schema Therapy, which encourages insight and reflection to be able to move towards the values that truly matter for the individual.