Janet is an experienced clinical psychologist and a recognised Medicare provider; who enjoys working with couples and individuals to improve their relationships. She works with people of all ages and is passionate about helping people get the most out of life. Janet works with people to improve their communication skills, solve difficult conflicts and enhance the intimacy in their relationship.
Janet’s work experience is focused on improving relationships, reducing conflict both at work and at home, and helping people be the best role model possible for partners, children and family members. As a clinical psychologist Janet uses various tools to assess depression, anxiety and other concerns, to provide you with an improved understanding of the issues and how to resolve them. Building self confidence and self esteem with a focus on practising each of the skills is important.
Janet offers clinical supervision to colleagues from a variety of professional backgrounds as well as offering Board approved supervision for psychology registrars. Her past positions include work at Curtin University, the University of Western Australia and Relationships Australia, as well as spending over six years as a Board Member of a large community services organisation.
Robin is a clinical psychologist, registered with the Psychology Board of Australia, the Australian Psychological Society, and is an approved Medicare provider.
Over the past 16 years, Robin has worked primarily with adults and couples to help them overcome depression and anxiety, stress and trauma, and other forms of mental and relationship distress. Robin views clients’ presenting issues as “difficulties in living” that all of us experience at various stages along our life’s journey.
Whether it’s for Individual Psychotherapy or for Couple Counselling, Robin utilizes an Integrative model that makes use of a wide range of psychotherapeutic approaches. In addition to helping his clients reduce their symptoms, Robin also aims to help his clients enhance the quality of their daily lives, More recently, because of his own personal journey as well as a growing body of outcome research regarding their efficacy, Robin has been increasingly using Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy to achieve these aims.
Currently Robin sees clients on Saturday afternoons only at Attadale, he is available weekdays at Kingsway Counselling Clinic, (NOR). For further information, Robin can be contacted directly via email firstname.lastname@example.org or see Robin’s website for more information.
Andrew is a registered psychologist and counsellor with over 20 years’ experience working in Australia, New Zealand and China.
He has worked in schools, tertiary education, addiction services, refugee and asylum seeker services as well as private practice.
Andrew provides psychological assessment and intervention, counselling for individuals, couples and families as well as consulting for organisations and communities to improve mental health and wellbeing.
He uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy, Emotional Focused Therapy, Narrative Therapy and principles of Community Psychology, Positive Psychology, and Cross Cultural Psychology.
Anna is a registered clinical psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia, a Member of the Australian Psychological Society and a recognised Medicare provider. She has experience working with children, adolescents and adults in a variety of settings including community organisations, government and a specialised trauma service. She supports clients dealing with: anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, relationship issues and self-esteem /confidence issues.
Anna has a Masters in Clinical Psychology and utilises evidence based strategies including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Schema Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, and Play Therapy.
Anna offers a strengths-based approach to counselling, collaborating with clients to effect a positive change in their lives. Anna is now seeing children, adolescents and adults at Canning Vale.