Caity is currently completing her final year of a Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology at Australian Catholic University. She has a background in adolescent mental health and school-based support for children. She has experience conducting cognitive, academic, adaptive functioning, and phonological processing assessments. She has experience delivering interventions (Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and more) with adults and children, and facilitating social support groups. Caity values working collaboratively with individuals and their families to develop personalised supports. She uses a client-centred approach to therapy, tailoring interventions to the individual’s needs with a commitment to evidence-based practices. In her spare time, Caity loves visiting the beach and exploring new places and interests. Caity is available on Mondays at Yarra Junction, works in a school on Wednesdays and is at Warragul on Thursdays.
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Nina is completing her final year of the Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology at Australian Catholic University. Nina has previous experience in behavioural intervention and educational support for children and adolescents with Autism. Nina has a clinical interest in working with individuals diagnosed with Autism or experiencing anxiety. She has experience in individual therapies, assessments, behaviour support, classroom intervention, as well as running skill development groups for children and adolescents. Nina is passionate about the use of a person-centred and strengths-based approach during therapy, and recognises the importance of empowering individuals and families through both psychoeducation and evidence-based techniques such as CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) and ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy). In her spare time, Nina enjoys cooking, spending time with her dog and catching up with friends and family. Nina will be available in Warragul on Wednesdays and Yarra Junction on Thursdays.
Erin is completing her final year of the Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology at Monash University. Erin comes from a background in early childhood education, has a clinical interest in the early identification and diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder in young children, and has experience conducting assessments of development, cognitive capacity, and adaptive functioning. Erin is passionate about working with individuals and their families to support development, growth, mental health and wellbeing. She recognises the importance of a client’s support network and working collaboratively with parents, families and schools. Erin uses a client centred approach to therapy, tailoring interventions to the individual’s needs with a commitment to evidence based practices. In her spare time, Erin enjoys socialising with friends and family, being active and spending time with her dog at the park. Erin will be working at Yarra Junction on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Janelle is currently completing her Master of Educational & Developmental Psychology at ACU & is passionate about providing a safe & judgment free space. Janelle enjoys working with clients to meet their needs, whether it be journeying with them through the assessment process or working towards their goals in intervention. Janelle is currently a wellbeing coordinator in a school and enjoys working with children & adolescents. In her spare time, Janelle enjoys experimenting with home cooked meals & exercising in nature. Janelle will be available Tuesdays at the Warragul Clinic & Thursdays in Yarra Junction.
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Kaitlyn has recently completed her Master of Professional Psychology. She comes from a background of working with young people experiencing difficulties with their mental health, including school stressors, anxiety and depression. Kaitlyn is passionate about working with the community to support mental health and well-being. She uses a strengths based, person-centred approach to therapy, which utilises evidence based interventions including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Psychoeducation. In her spare time, Kaitlyn enjoys spending time with her dogs, her friends and in the great outdoors.
Kaitlyn is completing her internship program with our team and will be working in Warragul on Mondays and Tuesdays, and in Yarra Junction on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Amy is currently completing her final year of a Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology at Australian Catholic University. She has previous experience working in the early intervention space with young children who have autism spectrum disorder, focusing on play therapy and behaviour management. Amy also has experience conducting cognitive, academic, adaptive functioning, and autism spectrum disorder assessments. She is particularly passionate about inclusion and the wellbeing of all clients and families. Amy works collaboratively with her clients and delivers person centred therapy. In her spare time, Amy loves playing with her dogs and traveling. Amy is available on Wednesdays at Yarra Junction and works in a school on Tuesdays.
Ruben is an enthusiastic and empathetic therapist with practice in clinical, social, and educational psychology. He has 5 years experience in the mental health field providing family support, as well as supporting immigrants in their adaptation process.Ruben has experience in school settings providing therapeutic services for impoverished children, family violence and other mental stresses. He is passionate about intervention and assessment of individuals and families of all ages and people with diverse cultural backgrounds. He utilises different therapeutic approaches such as client centred therapy, Gestalt therapy as well as evidence based techniques, such as CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy). Currently he is expanding his knowledge on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. He has the ability to listen to clients as they journey to better mental health. In his spare time, Ruben enjoys cycling around the city, exploring different cuisines at cafes and restaurants as well as meditating on the beach. Ruben is completing his internship program, and works at Yarra Junction on Tuesdays and Saturdays, in Warrragul on Monday and Friday, and in a school on Wednesday.
Jacinta is currently completing her Master of Professional Psychology at Australian Catholic University. She has previous experience working with clients receiving support from the National Disability Insurance Scheme, and is passionate about supporting her clients to identify their needs to optimise development, growth, mental health and wellbeing. With a dedication to evidence-based practice, Jacinta enjoys working collaboratively with families and educators to tailor interventions to the individual's strengths and needs. In her spare time, Jacinta enjoys spending time with her dogs in the great outdoors, trying out new recipes, and planning her next hike in Victoria. Jacinta works in a local school on Monday and at Yarra Junction on Tuesday.