Nicole is a clinical psychologist with 20 years of experience. Nicole worked for 15 years as a school psychologist and now specializes in the treatment of post-traumatic stress, sleep difficulties and phobias. She is also passionate about helping those with anxiety, depression and those suffering from physical pain. She has a holistic approach, using a variety of therapies including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR therapy), Hypnosis and Mindfulness. She uses only those therapies that her clients feel comfortable with.
Nicole’s aim is to help people to clear any disturbance affecting them from their past, learn skills to live with calmness, acceptance and happiness in the present and to achieve their goals in therapy as quickly as possible so that therapy is required no longer than the client wishes. She does this by helping people let go of disturbance around previous adverse life events when applicable (through use of EMDR therapy) and through the teaching of tools that can be used throughout life (e.g., Mindfulness, CBT, hypnosis and making other positive life changes).
Nicole is the mother of 2 children. She practices mindfulness and meditation. She enjoys practicing yoga and growing her own food.
Eloise has a particular interest in working with adults who feel anxious, frustrated, depressed or generally overwhelmed. Using a variety of techniques including Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy, her approach is to empower adults with practical tools and strategies to move forward.
With over 20 years’ experience, Eloise completed her Honours degree in Psychology at the University of Queensland, and has worked in the areas of behavioural intervention, coping with chronic health conditions, and individual counselling. She has also presented group training in stress management, self-esteem, Love Languages, and behavioural intervention. She is a member of the Australian Psychology Association, and the Christianity and Psychology Interest Group.
Her personal interests include learning more about how gut health can effect mood, and spending time with her husband and three young boys.
Mental Health Social Worker
Jayne Specialises in addiction counselling, relapse prevention, social isolation, transitioning into remote communities, depression, anxiety, workplace stress, anger management, autism and ADHD. Works well with adults and young people.