Michelle Deponte – Psychologist
Michelle is a psychologist who works with adolescents, adults and families. She specialises with working with adolescents with risky behaviours such as self-harming, drug and alcohol use and anger issues. Michelle has experience and training to assist adolescents and adults with a range of eating disorders. She has a significant experience and training in working with adolescents and adults in the area of grief, loss and trauma and its resulting mental health impacts.
Michelle is currently working with clients who are undertaking IVF and have anxiety in regard to their fertility issues. Michelle has specific training in Circle of Security, Schema Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, which includes mindfulness techniques, and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
Christine White – Clinical Psychologist
B.A.Psych, Grad.Dip.Psych, M.Psych
Christine is a Clinical Psychologist, and is trained in evidence-based therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy(CBT), Trauma focused CBT, Schema Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) mindfulness approach, Gottman Couple Therapy and attachment theory frameworks such as the Circle of Security (COS) and other approaches where appropriate. (She has a background in nursing, midwifery, and maternal and child health).
Christine provides assessment and treatment interventions for adults, adolescents, toddlers and children with a range of mental health experiences, behaviours and concerns. Christine is experienced in postnatal depression/anxiety and perinatal mental health, couples therapy, depression disorder, bipolar disorder, PTSD and trauma, generalised anxiety disorder, social anxiety, specific phobias e.g injections, obsessive compulsive disorder, separation anxiety, selective mutism in young children, emotional regulation and behaviour difficulties for toddlers and children, attachment informed parenting for parents with infants, toddlers and children.
Mary Gianakis – Clinical Psychologist
B.A. PostGrad. Dip. Couns. Psych, MClin.Psych, MAPS
Mary is a psychologist experienced predominantly in working with adults in both private practice and public mental health settings. She has completed a Master of Clinical Psychology, and is trained in evidence-based approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, motivational interviewing, schema therapy, and mindfulness-based approaches. Mary is experienced in providing assessment and treatment for depression, anxiety, psychosis, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, adjustment difficulties, complex PTSD, and trauma. Underlying her approach is that clients are the agents of change.
Kate Leeds – Clinical Psychologist
Kate is a Clinical Psychologist with experience working with adults facing a wide range of difficulties. She has extensive experience in the area of problem gambling and has worked for six years in the Gambling Treatment Clinic at the University of Sydney. She has also spent years working in private practice, building expertise in the areas of depression, anxiety, eating disorders, stress and anger management, grief and loss, and relationship difficulties. Kate also has a particular interest in post-natal depression and anxiety.
Kate tailors her work to meet the individual needs of each client, using a variety of evidence-based treatment approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, schema therapy, mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and solution-focused brief therapy.
Jacqueline Davies – Psychologist
BPsych(Hons), Assoc. MAPS
Jacqueline is a registered Psychologist who has experience working with Adolescents and Adults in both public and private health settings. She is trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Advanced Interpersonal Therapy and Trauma Therapy. She takes a very practical approach to educating and teaching individuals to address concerns with anxiety, phobias, grief and loss, post-traumatic stress disorder, pain, and adult attachment issues.
Jacqueline has experience in drug and alcohol use, couples counselling, self-harming, anger and mental health issues, stress and work related factors, such as time management, bullying, critical incidents and mediation.
Jacqueline has a passion for assisting adults to recognise the mechanics of their relationship/s, their physical and emotional responses and develop effective communication and resilience building skills.
Tamra Sillick – Clinical Psychologist
B. Psych (Hons), MClin. Psych, MAPS, MCCLP
Tamra is a Clinical Psychologist and has worked as a mental health professional for a number of years in a variety of settings, including private psychological services, community-based family intervention support services, and as a school psychologist. She provides assessment/diagnostic services and evidenced-based therapeutic support for late adolescents and adults experiencing a wide range of mental health problems, including stress, anxiety (Generalised Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety), depression, bi-polar, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Complex PTSD, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and family relationship issues.
Tamra uses a range of therapeutic techniques including Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Interpersonal Psychotherapy, and Mindfulness-based techniques. Tamra is also a registered Circle of Security (COS) Parent Educator and facilitates parent education groups. Tamra is dedicated to providing quality, evidence-based psychological services to help people create valued and meaningful lives.
Tanya Bowe – Registered Psychologist (special interest in Perinatal Psychology)
B Psych(pg.dip), MA Org Psych, Full Member grade Australia Psychological Society (MAPS), Registered Medicare Provider.
With over 10 years experience as a registered psychologist, Tanya has always had a passion for working with people and supporting individuals to bring about personal growth and change. Tanya has a special interest in women’s perinatal mental health, along with women requiring emotional support at various stages in their lives.
Tanya’s counselling style integrates a number of frameworks depending on her clients needs. This is underpinned by, acceptance and commitment therapy, cognitive behaviour therapy, schema therapy, psycho dynamic psychotherapy, and mindfulness. Tanya is also a trained provider of Circle of Security Parenting Program (8 week Program) and facilitates regular group programs at the practice throughout the year.
Tanya typically works with clients during the perinatal period addressing mild to moderate postnatal depression and anxiety, adjustment to parenthood, returning to work, relationship changes, parenting support and unresolved issues from one’s own past/childhood. Tanya also sees women at any stage in life requiring support with mild to moderate stress, anxiety and/or depression.
Sori Rippon – Clinical Psychologist
B AppPsych, BSc Psych (Hons), MClin Psych
Sori is experienced in working therapeutically with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families with issues including anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, and parenting. Sori is also particularly interested in working with individuals on the autism spectrum and providing support to their family, couples, and working with trauma. She has worked in a variety of settings including community, public, and private health areas.
Sori is trained in evidence-based therapies such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Interpersonal Therapy, and also Gottman Couples Therapy, Circle of Security Parenting, and EMDR Therapy. Sori tailors her interventions to each individual to assist in supporting meaningful change.
With her values of respect, empathy and being non-judgemental, Sori creates a safe space where clients can talk about their struggles, develop the awareness and skills to work with psychological distress, and feel empowered to work toward their goals.
Warren Sillick – Clinical Psychologist
MClin Psych, B Science in Psych (Hons), Dip. Counselling
Warren provides evidenced-based therapeutic support and assessment/diagnostic services for adolescents and adults. He has completed a Master of Clinical Psychology and has worked as a mental health professional for a number of years in community, public, government and private settings.
Warren has experience in working with a range of psychological difficulties including anxiety and depression, personality disorders, trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder, adjustment issues, stress, relationship problems, substance abuse/addictions, and anger problems.
He uses a broad range of psychological therapies including Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Schema Therapy, Solution-Focussed Therapy, psychotherapy, emotion focussed techniques, and mindfulness-based approaches. Warren provides an integrated approach to treatment according to the individual needs of the client.
Dr Alexandra Cobb – Clinical Psychologist
PhD (Clinical Psychology), B Psych (Hons) MAPS
Alexandra is a Clinical Psychologist with experience working with children, adolescents and adults. She has worked for Canberra Health Services in both Adult inpatient and community settings along with Child and Adolescent mental health. She has experience working with adults, families, adolescents and children with complex issues. She also has experiencing treating eating disorders within both community and private practice settings.
Alex tailors her work to meet the individual needs of her clients, using a variety of evidence-based treatment approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Schema therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Interpersonal Psychotherapy. Alex is a registered Circle of Security (COS) Parent Educator and is trained in facilitating Tuning into Kids and Cool Kids.
Alex is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia and is a member of Australian Psychological Society and the College of Clinical Psychologists. She is also an approved supervisor with the Psychology Board of Australia.
Stephanie Mulhall – Psychologist
Stephanie is a registered psychologist and has experience working with people across the lifespan, from children to older people. She provides assessment and treatment for a range of mental health conditions, including anxiety, depression, and adjustment difficulties.
Stephanie is trained in the use of evidence-based therapies, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. She currently works with adults of all ages. Stephanie is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia and is completing a PhD in Clinical Psychology at the Australian National University.
Free Cleynen – Clinical Psychologist
(Pronounced as ‘Frey’)
MSClinPsych, BAppPsych, M Clin Psych & Edu Sci
Free is a clinical psychologist who is passionate about supporting and helping you reach your goals by using a variety of evidence based therapeutic approaches. Collaboration, connection and equality are three main values she takes into the therapy room when you take the time to establish a strong therapeutic relationship where you can feel safe and empowered.
In therapy she believes in creating an environment where there is space for emotions, reflection and healing. Together with Free you will explore the core and source of the symptoms you are struggling with, so that you can work towards understanding, acceptance, and integration of new learned coping ways, skills and knowledge.
Free provides therapy for anxiety, burn out and mild depression, attachment based and interpersonal relationship concerns, trauma, substance abuse and loss of identity/self development.
Erin Cartwright – Psychologist
Erin is a Registered Psychologist with over 10 years experience working in public health, privately and in the non-government sector. She is also a member of the Australian Association of Psychologists (AAPi). Erin has a Masters in Public Health (specialisation in Health Promotion) which she believes gives her a deeper understanding of the systemic influences on physical and mental health. Consistent with this approach, Erin considers the broader picture, taking into account both family and societal influences when working with clients.
Erin is also aware of the importance of attachment in the health and wellbeing of children and believes supporting parents and carers in their role is vital. Erin is a registered Circle of Security (COS) Parent Educator and is trained in facilitating Tuning into Kids. Erin is passionate about supporting families in their early parenting journey.
Erin worked at the Canberra Health Services Eating Disorders Program for approximatley 6 years. In this time, she supported clients and their families presenting with various eating disorders presentations using a number of evidenced based interventions. Erin would welcome referrals for adult clients with Binge Eating Disorder. Erin is also able to support adult clients presenting with first onset depression and anxiety. Unfortunately, at this time, Erin is unable to accept referrals for Anorexia Nervosa or Bulimia Nervosa or clients under the age of 18.
Letisha Singh – Clinical Psychologist
MA Clinical Psychology
Letisha is a Clinical Psychologist who has worked in psychiatric facilities and public hospitals as well as private practice for several years. She completed her studies internationally and is able to treat a number of different clinical presentations by drawing on various therapies including Schema Therapy, EMDR and Psychodynamic therapeutic modalities. She was trained in a culturally diverse context and considers her ability to work with complex presentations and the cultural nuances of people from all walks of life as her primary strengths.
Letisha works with adults aged 20+ and has a warm, relaxed, genuine and empathetic approach to therapy. She works integratively and combines different therapeutic modalities to tailor your therapeutic experience to you in order to meet your specific needs. Letisha aims to work closely with you to understand your concerns and establish shared goals to not only reduce your symptoms but to also help you to achieve greater self-insight and resilience to manage your concerns with confidence. While she believes strongly in evidence-based approaches, she also believes in harnessing the healing power of the therapeutic relationship in order to assist her clients to achieve their personal best and truly grow on their therapeutic journey.
Letisha provides therapy for a range of concerns including anxiety, depression, PTSD, complex trauma and attachment based concerns. Please see her website for more details: