I am a registered Health Psychologist and have worked in the field for 13 years. My areas of speciality are anxiety disorders, stress management and lifestyle change.
I am a Registered Clinical Psychologist with experience of working with adults and young people experiencing a range of difficulties, including anxiety, depression, stress, worry, anger and relationship problems. I work collaboratively together with clients to find solutions to issues causing distress and offer a warm and down to earth approach.
David’s practice emphasises the collaborative process of therapy. It provides an opportunity for you to fully describe the problems you are facing in a safe and confidential setting. Together we will then examine solutions to the problem(s) or ways forward that work for you. As we do this we will regularly review progress to ensure that what we are doing is helpful and making a difference.
I am a counselor committed to working collaboratively with people to reach new understandings and generate new possibilities. I work with young people and adults with a variety of issues including: relationships, grief, identity, and life changes. My early counselling experience was as a school counselor and I have been in private practice since 2002.
I am a NZ trained Clinical Psychologist who has over 25 years of experience. I enjoy working collaboratively developing goals for therapy and new ways of working towards these appreciating the unique history of experiences and skills that each person brings.
My areas of special interest include emotional and sexual intimacy, couple relationship concerns, anxiety,depression, trauma, grief work and sport psychology.
Sam Farmer is Director of Enhance Facilitation Limited and an Honorary Vice President of the International Society for Coaching Psychology. A registered Psychologist specialising in the three core areas of Leadership, Psycho-Social Support, and Professional Supervision, he coaches people through change.
Sam excels in working collaboratively to sustain clients’ courage and motivation to focus on what is meaningful and useful to them. He looks forward to eliciting, exploring and planning your ideas and next steps with you.
I have been a New Zealand registered clinical psychologist since 1992 and I specialize in Women’s Health. I completed a PhD in 2010 on young women’s wellbeing both within and outside of being a girlfriend and updated my skills in general mental health and drug and alcohol addiction in 2012. More recently I have been increasingly recognizing the impact of unhealthy workplace politics on both men and women’s mental and physical health and the difficulty of balancing both paid and unpaid workloads. I am available for supervising colleagues and other health professionals.
I am a clinical psychologist with over 30 years’ experience. I have worked in a wide variety of public mental health, educational and corporate settings, and with people from diverse cultures and communities. I have worked as Director of the Psychology Clinic at both the University of Auckland and University of Sydney. I work with adults and older adults across a range of issues, where working together to reach your goals is my primary aim.
I am registered as a Clinical Psychologist and a Neuropsychologist and am a full member of the New Zealand Psychological Society and their Institute of Clinical Psychologists. I work full time in private practice and have previously worked in the public health service with the District Health Board in South Auckland within their Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service. I have extensive experience in working with mental health issues for adults, adolescents, children and their families.
I am a Registered Psychologist and work with issues relating to anxiety, depression, stress and behavioural problems. I work with children from the age of 5 years up, adolescents, adults and families across a range of challenges. I provide assessment and therapy tailored to the needs of my client from a holistic perspective.
When you’re experiencing emotional or mental health difficulties it can be hard to know where to turn to for help. I’m a Clinical Psychologist who offers compassionate and evidence-based assessment and therapy for adults and older adults who are experiencing these difficulties. I have a warm and collaborative approach to therapy which is guided by Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) as well as mindfulness-based approaches. I am also a registered Neuropsychologist.
Juliet trained at the University of Auckland in the Health Psychology Programme. She has been working at Auckland District Health Board since 2001 in physical health. She also lectures and tutors at the University of Auckland Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.
I see adult patients for comprehensive assessment and treatment planning on referral from other clinicians, after discussion.
I’m a Clinical Psychologist with a previous career in the corporate sector and raising a family. I work with adults who want to overcome a range of difficulties and/or to thrive in their lives.
I have been practicing as a registered specialist adult psychiatrist for the past 25 years and am an Affiliate Fellow of the Royal Australian New Zealand College of Psychiatrists. My approach is holistic and tailored to meet the needs of the individual. This includes a full assessment of the person and their problem in the context of their medical and psychological history and present circumstances. This enables me to offer appropriate recommendations using a personalized treatment approach which may include medication and/or psychological intervention.
Terri-Anne is an experienced counsellor who has specialised in working alongside parents and their young children (aged 0 – 10 years) for over 20 years.
She works in a warm and collaborative way with parents to assist them to address immediate concerns in their young child, while helping children to feel more positively about themselves and improving family relationships. She also offers individual and couple counselling for expectant and new parents as they adjust to the challenges of parenthood.
Claire offers a confidential space to support you to make sense of the problems you are experiencing. She uses cognitive-behavioural interventions to help you make the changes you want to make. She creates personalised intervention plans to suit your needs. She works with adults experiencing common mental health and emotional difficulties.
Sara is a Clinical Psychologist who is experienced in working with adults facing mental health and emotional difficulties. She uses a warm and non-judgemental approach to work collaboratively with the client to ensure a shared understanding of their difficulties, and evidence-based therapy approaches to help the client learn new skills and strategies for change.
I have worked as a Clinical Psychologist since 2000. My private practice involves psychological and psychotherapeutic interventions with individuals and couples: working with adjustment issues through to more complex mental health concerns. I believe that all people go through difficult times, which sometimes requires the perspective of others. Therapy offers that perspective and the opportunity to explore issues in a way that leads to growth and development. I utilise a blend of CBT, attachment, systems, trauma informed, and psychoanalytic psychotherapy approaches, and I am sensitive to cultural differences.
I have 10 years experience in clinical practice working with children, adolescents, adults, and families on their mental health needs. My therapeutic approach is to collaborate with the client in co-creating a non-judgmental, empathic, and curious space to explore personal experiences to increase insight and awareness to ultimately improve one’s psychological wellbeing.
Renuka is a Registered Clinical Psychologist with 24 years experience working with children, adolescents and adults in relation to a wide range of psychological difficulties and life issues. She works collaboratively with clients to tailor the most suitable and effective therapeutic approach to their needs.
Allyson qualified as a clinical psychologist in 1998 from University College, London. Following graduation Allyson worked in the UK in mental health services for older people and adults presenting with severe and enduring mental health difficulties in both inpatient and community settings.