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802/9-13 Bronte Rd
Bondi Junction NSW 2022
Tel: (02) 8094 1792
Mon-Fri: 9:00am – 9:00pm
Sat: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Judith is one of our most experienced Psychologists with over four decades of experience providing psychological support to individuals, couples and families from diverse backgrounds. She is a warm, thoughtful and caring therapist who is dedicated to helping her clients achieve their goals.
Judith began her career in the public sector, where she worked in child and family therapy services and family crisis settings. For the past 25 years, Judith has been working in private practice, providing therapy to individuals and couples with various issues. She has a particular interest in assisting clients with relationship difficulties, low self-confidence, anxiety, depression, stress-management, gender and sexuality-related issues and a history of abuse.
While Judith draws from a variety of treatment approaches to suit each client’s needs, she predominantly uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), which is short-term focused and has a high success rate. Judith also likes to incorporate meditation and relaxation strategies in her practise as she finds that clients respond well to an increased focus on calmness and well-being. Judith’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Science, a Master of Arts (Psychology), a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Professional Ethics.
Naomi is a Registered Psychologist with over 20 years of experience. Her therapeutic approach is warm, engaging and client-centred. She helps clients to draw on their unique strengths and develop the necessary skills to overcome their challenges and improve coping.
Having worked in public and community-based settings as well as private practice, Naomi has the experience and skills to help clients with a range of issues, including depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, stress, self-esteem and relationship issues.
Naomi also has a particular interest in women’s health and perinatal mental health, and is trained to support individuals experiencing a range of mental health issues before, during and after pregnancy. When working with couples, Naomi believes in helping clients to enrich their relationships by improving their empathy, connection and communication with one another. She draws on Family Systems and Attachment theories in couples counselling and is formally trained in Gottman Therapy.
Naomi holds a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology Honours) from Monash University and has been trained in a variety of therapies for individuals, couples, and families.
Revi is an empathic therapist and accredited Mental Health Social Worker with 15 years of experience providing counselling to individuals and couples in various therapeutic settings. She started her career in community mental health, where she worked with clients from diverse backgrounds, before moving into private practice.
Revi has a strong interest in relationship dynamics, whether between romantic partners or family members. She understands that each client is unique and tailors her approach to these individual differences. She uses a combination of methodologies, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and family systems therapy, a proven method of counselling which explores the influence of our family relationships on emotional and mental wellbeing. She may use relaxation techniques as appropriate to the client’s needs or brief activities to help couples connect at the end of a session. Revi holds a Bachelor of Social Work and a Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling.
Daniel Louie is a registered counsellor with over 10 years experience in the mental health field. He began his career in both private and non-for-profit organisations including Mission Australia, Hessel Group and The Benevolent Society, working with a range of individuals and families from culturally diverse backgrounds.
Daniel uses his experience to tailor his sessions for each individual, utilising their personal beliefs and needs to create judgement-free and empathetic environments. He has a strong interest in presentations like depression, anxiety, stress, phobias, self esteem, anger, addiction, trauma and issues of sexuality. When working with couples, Daniel aims to create safe and respectful spaces to work through concerns such as communication, stagnation, infidelity, trust issues and intimacy difficulties.
Daniel holds a Degree in Psychology (Honours), Graduate Diplomas in both Counselling and Psychology, as well as certifications in Trauma Counselling, Men’s Behaviour and Suicide Prevention, amongst others. He possesses a natural ability to establish a unique sense of trust with his clients, building on their innate strengths to help them gain greater agency and satisfaction in their lives.