ALLIED HEALTH

PSYCHOLOGY

ALLIED HEALTH

PSYCHOLOGY

Thompson Road Clinic Psychology

At Thompson Road Clinic, the Cranbourne North Psychology Group is a professional team of Psychologists who provide quality, affordable patient care. We care for adults and children. Our psychologists’ expertise is in the following areas:

  • Social and emotional problems
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Learning difficulties
  • Behavior problems
  • Parenting issues
  • Depression / anxiety
  • Grief  and bereavement counselling
  • Family counselling
  • Eating disorders
  • Trauma counselling
  • Workcover and TAC approved.
  • Addiction
  • Adolescence
  • Self Esteem
  • Self harm
  • Children under adolescence

 

Consultations by appointment only.

Psychologists available Monday – Saturday.
Weekday evening appointments are available.

Fees:

Standard Consultation Item 80110. $160.00.
Concession $120.00

Mental Health Care Plan Consultations item 80110. $160.00. Medicare Rebate $83.25.
Concession $130.00. Medicare Rebate $84.80

Care Plan Consultations:  item 10956. $160.00. Medicare Rebate $51.95.
Concession. $130.00. Medicare Rebate $52.95.

*Instant Medicare rebates available with our online Tyro system.

Joan Elizabeth: Psychologist BEd.BA(Psych) PGDipPsych(ED). MPsychEd&Dev.

I have been working in Allied Health for approximately 16 years providing assessment, education and counselling to adults and children. A variety of issues are commonly addressed including:

  • Social and emotional problems
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Learning difficulties
  • Behavior problems
  • Parenting issues

I am a registered provider of Psychology Services with Medicare, Private Health Funds, TAC and Workcover.

Denis Nyaguy: Psychologist BSc (Hons), Ph.D, Grad. Dip.Psych., M. Psych.

I began my career as a scientist having completed an Honours Degree in Biological Sciences followed by a Doctorate of Philosophy in Immunology at Monash University in 1986. I have worked in research and development in a number of positions including roles with the Victorian State Government and with a biotechnology company, working on industry and medical research projects.

In my early 40’s I took a change in direction returning to university to study psychology. During this period I worked as a facilitator with a bereavement support group for The Centre for Grief and Bereavement and as a Counsellor for a university counselling service. I joined the Psychology team at Thompson Road Clinic in March 2010.

As a general psychologist I work mainly with adults and teenagers and have particular interests in anxiety disorders, depression, pain management, relationship difficulties, effective parenting, and grief and loss.

My qualifications in Psychology include a Post-Graduate Diploma and a Master of Psychology degree. I am a member of the Australian Psychological Society and I am fully registered with the Psychology Board of Australia.

Christine Will: Psychologist
BSSC.,BPsych(Hons), MPsych, MAPS,CEDP

I completed my study in psychology at Australian Catholic University, Melbourne. I am a member of the Australian Psychological Society, and the College of Educational and Developmental Psychology, and am a registered provider with Medicare, Workcover, and TAC.

My training includes educational, IQ and developmental assessments, and therapeutic clinical practice across all age groups.I have also trained as a positive behavious support coach in schools, and currently support families in a special school for children with social, emotional, and behavioural difficulties. While much of my work has involved working with children and families, I enjoy supporting people of all ages who present with a range of issues, including anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, and grief and loss.

Ms Annie Rosenthal: Psychologist
B.App.Sci(Psych) Grad Dip(Couns, Psych) MAPS

I have been at Thompson Road Clinic since April 2014 and came from a varied yet constant Psychology background.

I have been trained in couple counselling and family therapy, group therapy, hypnotherapy, cognitive behaviour therapy, narrative therapy and psychodrama.

During my initial training as a psychologist, I was introduced to the concept of play, creativity, theatre and story telling. I utilise these methods and concepts in the areas of:

  • Insomnia
  • Couple and communication difficulties
  • Bullying at school
  • Bullying at home
  • Communication difficulties
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Phobias – Dental
  • Management of pain
  • Shyness
  • Self-Organisation

I look forward to meeting you for a confidential conversation