Jenni is also a member of the APS College of Health Psychologists, and the APS College of Clinical Psychologists Jenni’s experience in private practice has included the treatment of trauma, depression, eating disorders, anxiety and medico-legal assessments. She has also been involved in the development and facilitation of corporate programs, and does individual coaching on a regular basis. Jenni is skilled in the use of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), mindfulness skills, and Schema Therapy.
Kerry has worked in private practice since 1984. She has experience in a range of clinical problems including anxiety, depression, marital problems, sleep disturbance and trauma management, and a special interest in the assessment and management of chronic pain.
Kerry has been instrumental in the establishment of multidisciplinary pain management within the state and was a past state director of the Australian Pain Society. In 1992, at the request of the Motor Accidents Insurance Board (MAIB), Kerry designed and established the program for a residential chronic pain management unit.
Kerry is trained in medical hypnosis, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and emotion focused therapy for the treatment of psychological disorders. Kerry is able to provide workshops for both public and private sector companies and plays an active role in clinical management for individuals and organisations.
Louise is a registered Clinical Psychologist with over 12 years experience in the public sector, including Alcohol and Drug, Disability and Mental Health. In addition she has over 2 years experience in private clinical practice. She completed her Masters of Clinical Psychology in 2004 whilst working part time as a Youth AOD Counsellor and developed a particular interest in providing psychological interventions for adolescents and adults presenting with substance use disorders and comorbid mental health issues including anxiety disorders, mood disorders, borderline personality disorder, trauma, and deliberate self-harm. She is skilled in a variety of evidence-based therapies, including Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Louise is an experienced Psychology Board of Australia approved supervisor for provisional and general psychologists including those wishing to gain clinical endorsement. Louise holds an honorary lecturer position with the School of Psychology, University of Tasmania. She is a member of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists, and APS Substance Use Disorders Interest Group.
André completed a Masters degree in Psychology in 1993. André worked in Tasmania’s DHHS, Mental Health Services for over 16 years and has been in private practice for over 15 years. André is also registered on the Psychology Board of Australia list of approved supervisors for supervision of provisional and general psychologists. André is a member of the APS Clinical College and The International Association for the Study of Pain.
André is skilled in the use of both Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to assess and treat psychological problems, including anxiety, depression, bi-polar disorder and psychotic disorders. André provides assistance to adults, adolescents and children in overcoming a range of mental health and developmental problems.
André has an interest in men’s and youth health, health promotion, and early intervention.
Jacqui completed her degree at the University of Tasmania in 1998. Her Master’s degree research focussed on the treatment of phobias. Jacqui spent seven years working in Tasmania and interstate in Disability Services, managing the assessment and treatment of mental health problems and dual diagnoses. Jacqui also worked in private practice on a part-time basis as an Employment Assistance Program provider and a trauma debriefing psychologist. Jacqui joined the PsychologyWorks team in 2009.
Jacqui is skilled in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), mindfulness training, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to promote wellbeing and personal change. Since moving back to Tasmania in 2008, Jacqui has also completed assessment and suicide prevention initiatives among refugee populations in Tasmania.
Megan is skilled in a variety of evidence-based therapies, including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Nicholas has worked for the last 12 years in the Forensic Mental Health Service, part of the Department of Health and Human Services. Prior to this he worked at the Hobart Clinic, a private psychiatric hospital. He has worked in private practice throughout this time, both as a sole practitioner and for employee assistance providers.
Nicholas uses a solution-focused approach to treat individuals in private practice, drawing mainly on cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques. Nicholas is also a member of the Australian Psychological Society’s Coaching Psychology interest group. He works with individuals and organizations to improve performance and wellbeing in a range of settings.
Emily is a Clinical Psychologist who completed her combined PhD and Master of Psychology (Clinical) degree in 2018 at the University of New South Wales in Sydney. Whilst completing her degree she worked for over two years in private psychiatric hospitals, applying her skills in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and mindfulness in the treatment of anxiety, depression, emotion dysregulation, Borderline Personality Disorder, and eating disorders.
Emily is a member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA), and is passionate about using evidence-based treatments to foster stability and wellbeing. She is currently accepting new referrals for the psychological treatment of adults.
Claire is a registered provider for the National Disability Insurance Scheme and has a particular interest and extensive experience in adapting evidence based psychological approaches for people with intellectual disability including those who have experienced trauma. Other areas of interest include anxiety disorders, management of non-suicidal self harm, and general emotion regulation strategies for children, adolescents and adults. Claire has training and experience in a variety of therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and mindfulness skills.
Natalie uses a client-centred, collaborative approach when working with clients to assist them overcome a range of mental health disorders. Her areas of interest are depression, anxiety, grief and loss, stress, trauma, life-transition and adjustment issues. Natalie also has a special interest in gender and sexuality issues and welcomes these referrals.
Natalie enjoys working with adolescents and adults and is experienced in a range of evidence-based therapeutic approaches, including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT), and Interpersonal Therapy (IPT).
Liz is trained in a variety of treatment modalities including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy. She has an interest in working with adults who are experiencing mental health difficulties such as anxiety and depression, and who may have comorbid drug and alcohol addiction, trauma backgrounds, or mild intellectual disability.
Claire has worked primarily in the public sector working in the rehabilitation and organizational environment supporting individuals with an injury or illness back into the workforce. Claire has experience working with staff and management to support the return to work process and manage workers compensation matters. Having a passion for mental health in the workplace has seen her more recently design and facilitate workshops and forums related to workplace wellbeing, resilience, sleep management, and building positive workplace cultures. She works with leadership groups to prioritize staff engagement and design workplace wellbeing programs to support this.
Claire takes a strengths based approach using her training, skills and knowledge in positive psychology to support individuals to manage their psychological wellbeing, in particular those experiencing anxiety and depression. Claire also uses other therapeutic approaches including mindfulness, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy).
Russ obtained a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology at the University of Tasmania in 2010. He has been employed in a range of public health services, including the Alcohol and Drug Service, Disability Services, and the Department of Education. In his personal life Russ is a parent and musician with a passion for the outdoors.
Russ uses CBT strategies combined with values work, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness based approaches to empower individuals, and help them to understand how difficulties emerge in the context of their lives.