What can a psychologist help you with?
A Psychologist can assist in understanding, preventing and treating developmental, cognitive, social and emotional difficulties by understanding thought processes and actions of an individual and interpreting them to help resolve issues causing emotional or behavioural concerns.
Our psychologists can support an individual during the different stages of their development and age, through the following:
- Educational and development
- Psychological support to the family
- Therapeutic intervention
What our Psychologists at Hessel Group can help individuals and families with:
- Anxiety disorders
- Behavioural problems
- Dealing with grief and loss
- School issues
- Sleeping problems
- Behaviour Management
- Relaxation strategies
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How long are sessions?
Therapy sessions are typically 1 hour in duration. Sessions can occur as frequently as required, but in most cases, this is either weekly or fortnightly.
People of all ages are eligible to have this service.
You may either choose to have these sessions in our clinic, the client’s home, educational facility or workplace.
Chloe has been working with children, adolescents and adults across both community and disability sectors for the past 6 years. She is experienced in working with young people within the child protection system, as well as providing therapeutic interventions to individuals and families funded through the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Chloe has experience working with individuals with a range of conditions and complex presentations, and is able to provide a range of psychological assessments and interventions. Chloe is also experienced with providing specialist behaviour support to those with complex behavioural presentations, as well as providing training and psychoeducation to families, carers and support staff to support implementation of behaviour management strategies.
Chloe is most passionate about supporting those most vulnerable in our community to make positive changes that improve their overall quality of life and to achieve their goals.
Kerry has extensive experience in supporting people with severe barriers including anxiety, depression, borderline personality disorder, bipolar disorder, acquired brain injury and various disabilities, both physical and psychological.
Kerry is also experienced with the development of Positive Behaviour Support plans, providing training for support staff, liaising with participants/their families and stakeholders and providing therapeutic support programs for participants.
Kerry has an interest in working with adolescents and adults with a wide range of complex mental health, emotional, behavioural and relationship concerns. She has a particular interest in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, and Mindfulness-Based Therapy.