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Annabel is a registered clinical psychologist with over 10 years experience in teaching psychology and providing therapy and assessments for clients and groups with a range of difficulties. Annabel specialises in anxiety disorders and related symptoms, and uses various evidence-based methods to address OCD, ADHD, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and parenting struggles. She is a passionate advocate of mindfulness practices, and her holistic approach to health emphasises personal strengths, nurturing inner resources, and developing resilience to improve emotional, social, physical, and mental well-being.
Annabel applies elements of various frameworks and principles in therapy, including CBT, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), solution focused therapy (SFT), and interpersonal therapy (IPT). She utilises a bio-feedback software to assist in training individuals in identifying early signs of stress and how to regulate themselves more effectively. Annabel follows an integrative model, which is always individually tailored to suit each client and their goals. Her warm and personable relationship with clients is combined with a directive approach that requires an active participation on behalf of both (or more) parties. Annabel believes that psychotherapy is a mutually invested journey of self-exploration, where individuals are mentored to achieve more meaningful, engaged and flourishing lives.
Sleiman is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), and member of the APS Clinical College. He is registered with Medicare as a Clinical Psychologist and provides caring and professional mental health services for a range of mental health symptoms and conditions. In addition, Sleiman is an accredited executive coach and works with emerging talent, senior managers and senior leaders on personal development and leadership development. Sleiman also has strong interest in performance and sports psychology and has worked with elite athletes at the Academy of Sports in Canberra.Special interests: Social anxiety, generalised anxiety, depression, adjustment, post traumatic growth, high performance psychology, resilience and wellbeing.
Sleiman provides evidence-based therapy for a range of mental health difficulties, including: Depression, Stress and pressure, Anxiety related issues, Job burnout and intervention, Trauma related difficulties, Personality issues, Workplace strssors, Grief, Anger management, post-traumatic growth, relationship difficulties
To suit your needs and goals, we offer a variety of evidence-based treatments which we adapt for you to ensure you achieve your best possible outcome. This may include any or a combination of the following evidence-based therapies and processes: Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (M-CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT Therapy), Schema Therapy (ST), neuroscientific Biofeedback Heart Rate Variability and Neurofeedback brain and mindset training, narrative therapy, exposure therapy, imagery and visualisation, memory rescripting, executive coaching, life coaching, and wellbeing coaching. We use valid assessments and goal setting to help you see your progress and achieve the best possible outcome.
FEES: $175 (50 minute session) Medicare Rebate: $124.50 Must have a current Mental Health Care Plan in place to claim Medicare rebate
David has worked in various fields as a psychologist for 30 years. He is registered with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency and a Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society. David is based at MyClinic Prahran and you can make an appointment to see him by ringing the clinic.
David’s experience has included working in Community Mental Health, Disability Employment, Private Practice and Specialist Pharmacotherapy settings. David has worked with clients who have a variety of conditions such as: anxiety and depression, complex personality traits, mental illness, low motivation, chronic illness, burnout from a caring role and substance abuse.
David has an eclectic approach and believes that a trauma informed person centred therapeutic style facilitates an environment where a client feels safe to talk about their personal issues and to use the therapy to assist them to develop a realistic perspective, increased awareness of their situation and ability to resolve the problems. The end result is that the clients feel much better about the particular issues and the impact of them on their lives is markedly reduced.
David’s training includes aspects of person centred therapy, cognitive behaviour therapy, psychodrama, solution focussed counselling, interpersonal therapy and psychoanalysis.
He also has extensive experience in report writing and is able to provide documents such as letters of support and longer reports for a variety of third parties.
Earlier in his life, David became a Registered Nurse and has an interest in the relationship between physical illness and mental-ill health.
Ebony is currently registered as a Provisional Psychologist after having completed her Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and is now working towards full registration through the 4+2 pathway. Ebony is currently in her sixth year of supervised training under experienced Clinical Psychologists Dr Glen Hosking and Dr Hanife Guducu.
Ebony has experience conducting assessments with adults and children and employing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy as the primary therapeutic model. She has experience working with presentations of depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and family issues.
Ebony is unable to offer Medicare billing at current, and as such consults at a lower cost to the client.