Sue Greig
Dr. Sue Greig
PhD, M (Psych), B.A (Hons), MAPS
Clinical Psychologist

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Sue is a fully qualified clinical and counselling psychologist registered with the Psychology Board of Australia and a member of the Australian Psychological Society. Sue holds a PhD in Psychology from Macquarie University, a Masters in Clinical and Counselling Psychology and a Bachelor degree with Honours in Psychology.

With experience delivering both group and individual treatments in private practice, university, hospital and outpatient clinics, Sue has specialist experience and training in the assessment and treatment of anxiety, depression and behavioural disorders from the Macquarie University Emotional Health Clinic (formerly Macquarie University Child and Adolescent Anxiety Research Unit), where Sue also taught post-graduate and Clinical Masters students.

Sue now focusses on clients in her private practice and is bound by the professional regulations and ethical codes of conduct set by the Psychology Board of Australia and the Australian Psychological Society. Sue is committed to providing a high quality of care to all her clients, within a warm and supportive therapeutic environment. She aims to continuously further her clinical knowledge through ongoing professional education and training.


David Williams
Dave Williams
Grad Dip Counselling, Adv Dip Clinical Hypnotherapy, BEc (Hons), MAPS
Psychologist

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Dave is a fully qualified psychologist registered with the Psychology Board of Australia and a member of the Australian Psychological Society. Dave has completed a Graduate Diploma in Counselling and an Advanced Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy, in addition to an Honours degree in Economics from Sydney University.

With substantial experience in the corporate world, Dave understands business and the stresses of juggling the multiple priorities of parenting, relationships, finances and career confusion. He has expertise in enabling people to get relief from depression, anxiety and upsetting past events. Dave also assists people to find a healthier balance with habits and addictions, such as drinking, working, sleeping, eating, sex and media use.

Dave is experienced in working with; young adults 16 years and over; adults of all ages, and couples experiencing stressful conflict who want additional clarity and closeness in their relationships. He provides evidence-based techniques within a variety of therapeutic frameworks including Internal Family Systems Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Mindfulness-Based therapies, as well as Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR). He undertakes regular professional development training both within Australia and overseas, and is sought after as a presenter of workshops and seminars.


Alice Williams
Alice Fitzpatrick (nee Williams)
Post Grad Dip (Psych), BSc (Psych), MAPS
Psychologist

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(currently on maternity leave)

Alice is a registered psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia and a member of the Australian Psychological Society. She has completed a Bachelor of Science (Psychology) at the University of Sydney, and a Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology at Macquarie University.

With a special interest in child and adolescent psychology, Alice provides therapy for a wide range of anxieties, depression, social skills difficulties, self-esteem issues, ADHD, eating disorders and anger and behaviour management. Alice's expertise lies in assisting and supporting young people through traumatic experiences, grief and loss, parental separation, family conflict, bullying, friendship and peer problems, school, sport and academic pressures, and life transition periods.

Alice is strongly committed to providing genuine care and assistance to children, adolescents and their families, guiding them to enhance their quality of life and helping them to manage and better cope with mental health challenges. She aims to achieve positive outcomes through understanding the needs of her clients and the implementation of effective evidenced-based interventions. Her priority is to build an empathic and authentic therapeutic environment for her clients, in which they can experience personal growth, and increased direction and meaning.


Shane Dilanchian
Shane Dilanchian
MPsych (Clinical), Post Grad Dip (Psych), BA (Psych), MAPS
Clinical Psychologist

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Shane is a fully qualified clinical and counselling psychologist registered with the Psychology Board of Australia and a member of the Australian Psychological Society. Shane holds both a Masters in Clinical Psychology and a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychology from Bond University, and a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) from Macquarie University.

Using a range of therapeutic methods, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, as well as Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR), and Structured Group Based Therapy, Shane treats adults and adolescents who are experiencing PTSD, depression, general anxiety, social anxiety, specific phobias, panic attacks, substance and other addictions and anger management issues.

Shane is passionate about helping individuals experience meaningful and fulfilling lives by improving interpersonal relationships and taking action to improve overall life satisfaction. This is achieved by building new skills that are used to manage unhelpful thoughts and difficult feelings, as well as working on identifying, connecting with, and acting in accordance with one's own values. He has been a youth worker and worked in both the public and private health systems, as well as private practice.


Jessie Booth
Jessie Booth
Grad Dip Psych, BSc Psych (Hons), MAPS
Psychologist

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(currently on maternity leave)

Jessie is a fully qualified psychologist registered with the Psychology Board of Australia and a member of the Australian Psychological Society. She has a Bachelor of Science with Psychology Honours from the University of Canberra and has completed full post-graduate training with the College of Professional Psychology.

Working with children, parents, adolescents and young adults, Jessie utilises evidence-based therapies including a range of Cognitive Behaviour Therapies and Acceptance and Commitment therapies and has a special interest in the impact of the outdoors on resilience and coping strategies (for which she is a published researcher). She treats a broad range of anxieties, depression, addictions, family conflict, friendship and social problems, school, Uni and work stresses and trauma.

Jessie has substantial experience working in inpatient and outpatient mental health settings, is a noted workshop and conference presenter and more recently has focused on youth mental health in both the public and private sector. Jessie's engaging nature, curiosity and warmth ensure her clients feel valued, cared for and worthwhile. Her unwavering belief in the possibility of change and optimal health is contagious and enables clients to make positive and meaningful changes in their lives.


Brooke Phillips
Brooke Phillips
Post Grad Dip (Psych), Grad Dip Prof Psych, BA (Psych), MAPS
Psychologist

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Brooke is a fully qualified Psychologist registered with the Psychology Board of Australia and a member of the Australian Association of Psychology. Brooke has completed a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology), a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychology and a Graduate Diploma in Professional Psychology at the University of Wollongong.

Brooke is experienced in treating people who are struggling with issues such as: complex and developmental trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder, addiction, depression, suicidal ideation, anxiety, eating disorders and body image issues, schizophrenia and psychosis, stress, relationship difficulties and domestic violence. She has worked with people across all ages including children, adolescents and adults.

Brooke loves working with children, and their parents, and has a particular interest in developmental psychology. She can provide treatment, strategies and psychoeducation on a range of difficulties including but not limited to: behavioural problems (such as aggression, tantrums, impulsivity); attention and concentration difficulties; family separations; grief and loss; communication; unhelpful family dynamics and boundaries.

Brooke tailors her treatment to the individual, and integrates treatment interventions from a range of evidence based therapies including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and other Somatic and Mindfulness based therapies. Brooke also has facilitator training in the Circle of Security which is a relationship based intervention program designed to enhance attachment security and bonding between parent/caregivers and their children.


Jess Baker
Dr Jess Baker
PhD, MPsych (Clinical), BSc Psych (Hons I), MAPS
Clinical Psychologist (Registrar)

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Jess is fully registered with the Psychology Board of Australia and is a member of the Australian Psychology Society. Jess holds a PhD in Psychology, a Masters in Clinical Psychology, a Bachelor degree with Honours in Psychology and is a Visiting Fellow at the University of New South Wales. Jessí PhD focused on friendships of anxious children and she continues to write and review academic papers, in addition to regularly engaging in professional development.

Jess is engaging and easy to talk to. She listens without judgement and helps people feel at ease. She can connect with people of all ages and backgrounds. Jess has worked with a wide range of families to help parents feel closer to, and better understand and support, their child or teen impacted by emotional or behavioural issues. She has good rapport with children and adolescents and has run therapeutic programs with youth experiencing mental health issues and difficulties with relationships and social situations. Jess has also assisted adults adjust to loss, life changes, relationship difficulties, anxiety, low mood, loneliness, trauma, obsessive-compulsive symptoms, and physical illness.

Jess is a dedicated and caring psychologist, who respects the trust placed in her by her clients. Jess aims to provide a safe and understanding space for clients to reduce distress, gain greater self-awareness, build a more positive view of themselves, and develop more helpful ways of behaving and relating to others. Jess offers a flexible approach that matches current research to the individual. Working alongside her clients, she practices in a way that makes sense to them, and fits with their strengths and values. Jess' practice is founded in cognitive-behavioural therapy and is also informed by attachment and compassion-focused frameworks, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Schema Therapy, and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT). Jess brings an appreciation of cultural diversity to her work and has a personal interest in sports psychology too.

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