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Psychologists specialising in Depression

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Jessica Moncrieff-Boyd
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đź“Ť West Busselton

Jessica is a psychologist with a specialized focus on treating individuals with eating disorders. Her clinical psychology training and PhD from the University of Western Australia were complemented by research into the experience of disgust in anorexia nervosa, resulting in multiple publications and conference presentations. Prior to joining the Swan Centre, Jessica gained valuable experience during a two-year tenure at the Priory Roehampton in London, where she contributed to an inpatient eating disorders service, collaborating within a multidisciplinary team to support children, adolescents, and families. Earlier in her career, she worked at the University of Western Australia’s Counselling and Psychology Service. Jessica prioritizes evidence-based treatments within a safe, supportive atmosphere. She emphasizes the significance of a strong therapeutic alliance and adopts a warm, empathetic approach to foster positive changes and therapeutic outcomes for her clients.

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Specialises in:
Eating Disorders
Child or Adolescent
Family Conflict
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Hendrik Janong
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đź“Ť Bull Creek

Today's pressures—from workplace stress and family issues to coping with illness or being a single parent—can feel overwhelming, often leaving people trapped, anxious, and depressed. If you or someone you care about is experiencing exhaustion without cause, withdrawal from activities, loss of interest or motivation, disturbed sleep, overwhelming anxiety, weight or appetite changes, poor concentration, deep sadness, or a quick temper, it might be time to seek help. Hendrik Janong, a Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years of experience, is well-versed in addressing mental health challenges faced by adolescents, adults, the elderly, the homeless, and couples. His expertise extends to clients born in Australia as well as those from non-English speaking backgrounds. Hendrik holds a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology from Edith Cowan University, WA, and is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia. He is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and the APS College of Clinical Psychologists. ### Specialisation Hendrik specialises in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for depression, anxiety disorders, PTSD, and substance use disorders, with a keen interest in applying these techniques to patients from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. His approach integrates various therapeutic methods including Integrative Psychotherapy, Couple Therapy, Biblical Counselling, Motivational Interviewing, and Interpersonal Psychotherapy. ### Therapeutic Approaches Through a range of evidence-based practices, Hendrik offers personalised therapy tailored to each client's unique circumstances. His commitment to understanding and addressing individual needs helps clients navigate their way through life's challenges and towards meaningful change. ### Qualifications and Experience Hendrik is registered with Medicare and provides clinical psychology services at multiple medical centres including Bulwer Medical Centre, Bull Creek Medical, and Southlands Medical Services. His extensive experience also includes being a psychology provider for the ATAPS Program for approximately 11 years. If you are looking for a psychologist who not only listens but also actively supports you through the initial stages of change, Hendrik Janong could be the right fit for you. Feel free to reach out and discuss how therapy can make a difference

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Specialises in:
Stress
Relationship Issues
Anxiety
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Kelly Gough
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đź“Ť Mount Lawley

With nearly two decades of experience as both a Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Neuropsychologist, I have honed my skills in a broad spectrum of evidence-based assessments and interventions. My approach is often described as warm, understanding, and highly collaborative. My primary aim is to provide a secure and non-judgmental space where you can momentarily set aside daily stresses and focus intently on your personal growth. Together, we'll explore your therapeutic goals and develop a tailored plan to achieve them. If you find yourself feeling stuck, overwhelmed, or in conflict with others or within yourself, therapy might be the next step for you. Through therapeutic sessions, we can gain insights into your challenges, foster a deeper understanding of yourself, and discover the strategies and motivation necessary for positive change. Whether it's navigating life's ups and downs or addressing specific mental health concerns, I am here to support and guide you through your journey. ### Specialisation Over the years, I have cultivated extensive experience and a keen interest in treating drug and alcohol dependency, managing anxiety disorders, stress management, and building resilience. My background in Clinical Neuropsychology allows me to offer comprehensive assessments and treatment plans for conditions such as traumatic brain injuries, dementia, and adult ADHD. My research into the effects of substances on brain function uniquely positions me to assist those recovering from addiction. ### Therapeutic Approaches I employ a variety of therapeutic techniques tailored to meet the specific needs of each client. My work is grounded in evidence-based practices, ensuring that the interventions not only address the symptoms but also the root causes of your concerns. ### Qualifications and Experience I have been practising for almost 20 years across various settings, including outpatient services and the tertiary education sector. I currently serve as the Chair of the APS National College of Clinical Neuropsychology and have previously served as the WA state chair for four years. I am also involved in academia as a casual lecturer at the University of Western Australia’s School of Psychology and a clinical supervisor at Murdoch University’s Psychology Clinic and Next Step/Drug and Alcohol Youth Service. When I'm not immersed in my clinical work, I provide supervision and consultancy services to registrars and fellow clinicians. Feel free to reach out if you are interested in supervision or would like to discuss how therapy can benefit you.

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Specialises in:
Substance Use
Anxiety
Traumatic Brain Injury
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Tania Henry
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đź“Ť Claremont

Tania Henry, armed with a Masters in Clinical Psychology, boasts over a decade of experience dedicated to the mental health of young women within educational and governmental settings. She harbours a deep passion for the mental well-being of entire families, focusing particularly on empowering parents and young women. Tania's work aims to nurture skills in self-care, emotional regulation, and, most importantly, self-compassion, challenging the often harsh expectations placed upon us by society. Despite her expertise with teenage girls, life has presented Tania with the delightful challenge of raising two energetic boys. Her sons keep her life full of motion, laughter, and the occasional tear, constantly reminding her of the joy found in life's simplest moments. Through her personal experiences and professional expertise, Tania brings a unique perspective to her practice, emphasising the importance of joy, compassion, and resilience in the journey towards mental health and well-being.

Specialises in:
Depression
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Melissa Baunton
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đź“Ť Claremont

The perinatal period, encompassing conception, pregnancy, and the early postnatal years, represents a time of joy, yet it is also fraught with challenges and emotional upheavals that can impact the mental and emotional well-being of parents. This phase can stir a range of unexpected emotions, compounded by the pressure of internal and external expectations. I offer my expertise in navigating these complex emotions in a reassuring, comforting, and nonjudgmental manner, providing validation and support through this transformative time. My psychology services address a wide array of concerns including preparation for pregnancy, postpartum challenges, and the transition to parenthood. I deal with feelings of worry, anxiety, depression, and the struggle with intrusive thoughts, as well as issues around identity changes, feelings of inadequacy, and difficulties in connecting with your baby or adjusting to the reality of parenthood versus expectations. I also focus on relationship impacts during this period, processing birth experiences, and navigating the journey of pregnancy and parenting after loss or infertility. With a Bachelor of Psychology from Murdoch University and over a decade of experience, I am dedicated to offering a safe and supportive space for individuals and couples. My work, informed by my personal journey through conception challenges and parenthood, is driven by a passion to normalise and validate the myriad emotional responses encountered during the perinatal period. In my role at Western Obstetrics and as the senior counsellor at Fertility Specialists of Western Australia, I provide psychological support to those undergoing fertility treatments, exploring donor conception, or facing the decision to cease fertility treatments. As a member of the Australian and New Zealand Infertility Counsellors’ Association (ANZICA), I am committed to helping clients navigate their paths with insight, self-compassion, and confidence, challenging societal norms and fostering meaningful change in their lives.

Specialises in:
Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum
Anxiety
Depression
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Rebecca Dallard
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đź“Ť Coolbellup

Rebecca Dallard is a seasoned psychologist with over 14 years of experience in both corporate and counselling psychology, including working with Employee Assistance Programs and in private practice. She practices as a psychotherapist, predominantly utilizing a Gestalt framework combined with evidence-based methods such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness. This integrated approach has been profound in her life, allowing her to explore her "process" – unconscious habits developed during childhood that continue to impact adulthood. Her method emphasizes living in the present, fostering awareness, and connecting with one’s authentic self, offering a space where she can engage authentically with her clients. Rebecca's therapy is characterized by honesty, openness, and a commitment to being real and non-judgemental. She has a broad range of experience in helping individuals and couples navigate various difficulties, creating a supportive environment for exploring issues and facilitating positive life transitions. Her work particularly resonates with those seeking a new direction after previous therapy experiences or those well-versed in CBT and looking for more depth in their therapeutic journey. Outside of her professional life, Rebecca enjoys reading tarot, yoga, dancing, reading fiction, and exploring both traditional and alternative mental health strategies. Her interests lie in a holistic approach to well-being, incorporating various healing modalities to support her clients' diverse needs.

Specialises in:
Depression
Anxiety
Trauma and PTSD
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Rosie Haabjoern
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đź“Ť Victoria Park

Rosie is a highly qualified clinical psychologist with a comprehensive background in both the public and private sectors, including mental health and forensic settings. Holding a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) with Honours and a Master of Clinical Psychology, her expertise spans in-depth assessment and treatment across a wide age range and a variety of concerns. These include depression, anxiety, complex trauma, adjustment difficulties, addiction problems, psychosis, and auditory hallucinations. Central to Rosie's approach is creating a safe, non-judgmental space where strong therapeutic relationships can flourish. She values collaborative work with her clients, aiming to explore the influence of past experiences on present challenges. Rosie’s therapeutic goal is to foster self-awareness, reduce symptoms, promote adaptive coping strategies, and enhance relationship satisfaction. To achieve these ends, she integrates multiple therapy models tailored to individual needs and goals, including cognitive behavioural, psychodynamic, attachment-based, and trauma-focused therapies. This adaptable approach ensures a holistic and personalized path towards mental well-being and personal growth.

Specialises in:
Depression
Anxiety
Trauma and PTSD
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Catherine Jackson
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đź“Ť Victoria Park

Dr. Catherine Jackson is an accomplished clinical psychologist with fifteen years of specialized experience. Her approach to therapy is grounded in empathy and respect, prioritizing listening to her clients to deeply understand their experiences and aspirations. Catherine's therapeutic techniques are adaptive, ranging from helping clients to accept challenging thoughts and feelings, analyzing recurrent life patterns, cognitive restructuring, to healing from trauma. Her practice is inclusive, offering help for everyday challenges and significant mental health struggles. With a diverse background across different settings and issues, she tailors therapy to individual needs, using an array of therapeutic styles. Catherine is dedicated to facilitating positive changes and growth through therapy, encouraging those in crisis to reach out and begin their journey of healing.

Specialises in:
Depression
Trauma and PTSD
Relationship Issues
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David Parrick
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đź“Ť Victoria Park

David is a Clinical Psychologist at WA Psychology and Wellness, who entered the field of psychology after a diverse 20-year career in government and nonprofit sectors. He brings a rich educational background with master’s degrees in Clinical Psychology and Human Resource Management, as well as undergraduate degrees in Science, Business, and Economics. David's clinical work extends to adolescents and adults, couples, and individuals contending with a feeling of being 'stuck' or unable to move past current struggles. He aids his clients in developing new skills and strategies for a better quality of life. His practice encompasses a broad range of issues, including depression, various forms of anxiety, trauma (including PTSD and complex PTSD), men’s health issues, ADHD, and behavioral issues in adolescents and young adults at risk of legal system involvement. He prioritizes creating a safe and non-judgmental space, affirming LGBTQI+ individuals, and employs evidence-based treatments tailored to each client's unique needs, including EMDR, CBT, Schema Therapy, and ACT. David also utilizes Mindfulness practices rooted in Buddhist traditions to support clients in remaining grounded during therapy. David is committed to guiding his clients towards achieving their personal goals and addressing their mental health needs through a collaborative therapeutic relationship.

Specialises in:
Trauma and PTSD
Depression
ADHD
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James McCue
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đź“Ť Victoria Park

James is a well-established psychologist with extensive experience dating back to 2008. He has academic credentials in psychology including a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) with Honours and a Doctor of Psychology. His professional practice encompasses a wide spectrum of psychological issues such as depression, anxiety, substance use, behavioral addictions, anger management, and the treatment of trauma. James is adept in enhancing the capacities of individuals with autism spectrum disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. He is also highly skilled in forensic psychology, preparing reports for court, child protection, and immigration cases, and treating offending behaviors across a range of areas including sexual and violent offenses. His expertise extends beyond clinical settings into academia as a lecturer and researcher, and he is a committed member of various committees and boards relevant to psychology and law. James' depth of knowledge ensures a comprehensive understanding of both clinical and forensic psychological practice.

Specialises in:
Substance Use
Trauma and PTSD
Compulsive (OCD)