Dr. Adrienne Bartle

Clinical Psychologist

I am a registered Clinical Psychologist with extensive experience in both public settings and private practice, supporting adults, couples and families struggling with mental health and relationship issues within the demands of modern daily living. I believe that the therapeutic relationship is essential and as such, strive to provide a respectful, trusting, accepting, safe environment that will empower and support each of my clients towards developing deeper self-awareness, confidence and understanding of themselves so that they may live a meaningful life and ultimately, reach their potential.

Jessica Andrews-Smith

Registered Psychologist

Life can be challenging at times, and sometimes our problems can seem overwhelming. As a psychologist I offer a warm, genuine, and non-judgmental approach, to help you make sense of your difficulties. I work with adults and young people experiencing a variety of life and mental health challenges. I use a collaborative and compassionate approach to therapy, guided by evidence-based treatments.

Dr. Ann Boston

Clinical Psychologist and Neuropsychologist

I am a registered Clinical Psychologist providing compassionate and collaborative assessment and treatment for a range of mild to moderate mental health challenges. I work with adults of all ages and have particular interest in the challenges associated with aging. I am available for clinical supervision.

David Bullen

Clinical Psychologist

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.

Paula Dennan

Registered Clinical Psychologist

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.

Prudence Fisher

Clinical Psychologist

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.

Munira Haidermota

Clinical Psychologist / Neuropsychologist

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.

Shreena Hira

Registered Psychologist

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.

Dr Phil Howard

Clinical Psychologist / Neuropsychologist

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.

Chris Kenedi

Specialist Physician and Neuropsychiatrist

I see adult patients for comprehensive assessment and treatment planning on referral from other clinicians, after discussion.

Samantha Patel

Registered Psychologist

Sam is a Registered Psychologist with over 20 years experience. She focuses on the different parts of self that make us who we are and adopts an integrated approach. Facilitating safety to support clients sharing their stories is a key feature of her practice; as is keeping things real. The exploration of work and personal challenges takes place with a focus on enhancing everyday wellbeing.

Shruti Pathak

Clinical psychologist

Registered Clinical Psychologist who is committed to working with her clients in a warm, compassionate and non-judgmental manner. She undertakes psychological assessment and treatment of adults and older adults presenting with a range of difficulties including depression, anxiety, stressful life events, and relationship issues. Her approach is collaborative, and her goal is to assist clients to work through life’s challenges using evidence-based therapies. She believes that each person has an innate ability to make the desired positive change to live a personally meaningful and enjoyable life.

Renuka Wali

Registered Clinical Psychologist

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 Waite

Registered Clinical Psychologist & Cognitive Analytic Therapist

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.