Nigel is a Counselling psychologist in private practice. He works with individuals, couples and families.
Nigel sees therapy as a joint and cooperative enterprise where he uses his skill set to your benefit, rather than trying to fit you into a theory or approach. He has extensive experience with individual and corporate clients and draws on a strength and awareness based philosophy to client work.
Nigel has studied in Australia and overseas with many of the current leaders in psychological research and theory such as Dan Siegel, John and Julie Gottman, Les Greenberg, Alan Schore and the late Michael White.
Nigel is also currently undertaking a PhD at the University of Melbourne on the topic of men who use violence, control, and abuse in intimate relationships.
PsychologistLinda is a registered Counselling Psychologist. She provides therapy for a range of concerns, in a collaborative manner, based on a full assessment of client needs and goals.
Alistair is a registered Counselling Psychologist. He has extensive experience in providing counselling and therapy to individuals for a broad range of concerns, as well as facilitating Psychoeducational and Mindfulness based groups.
Alistair adopts a collaborative, client-centred approach in his therapeutic practice, and seeks to understand others in their whole of life context. His style reflects a belief in the importance of cultivating awareness as the springboard for choices that are health affirming, respectful of self and others, and are contributing to a meaningful life. Alistair uses a variety a therapeutic interventions tailored to meet the needs of the individual, and has a special interest in Mindfulness based approaches.
Alistair works with a range of issues such as; anxiety and stress, depression, grief and loss, relationships, self-esteem/self-development, family violence, trauma/PTSD, and adjustments to a range of life transitions.
Alistair has a particular interest in working with men around questions of masculinity, men coming to terms with changing and often conflicting social roles and in helping men to make sense of the multifaceted narratives of what it might mean to be a man.