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Dane has historically worked with elite national sporting organisations, and uses a range evidenced based techniques to foster a clear pathway for clients to reach their goals in relation to Anxieties, Phobias, Connected Relationships, Existential meaning and purpose.

He is also conducting assessments to assess for ADHD, and ASD for both children and adults. When practicing therapeutically, Dane enjoys helping to create meaningful changes in clients lives.



Merryn has a keen interest in anxiety and depression and helping patients notice the different ways it can show up in our mind and body. The aim of treatment is to help you uncover the cause of your anxiety and depressive symptoms (with a large focus on tapping into your emotional life) to help you reduce your symptoms. She also has an interest in working with people suffering from somatic illness. We explore what happens when we store our unexpressed emotional life in our body and its resulting dis-ease.



Julie is a registered psychologist who has over 25 years’ experience working with adults in both private and government settings.

With an interest in assisting people with anxiety and depression, Julie seeks to help the individual gain a greater understanding of the root cause of their suffering. This often requires identifying emotional processes in body and mind which might be contributing to the suffering, so as symptoms can be alleviated.



Paula is a Provisional Psychologist with a PhD in Psychological Science, and she has worked in mental health for over 15 years.

Paula has worked for a number of years in academic, allied health and mental health settings. including therapeutic trials for psychiatric disorders with the focus on long-term outcomes and evidence-based therapies for first episode psychosis, mental health promotion in rural communities, service development and clinical care within cancer-survivorship and worked several years in private practice. She is also published in the area of therapeutic treatments investigating body-weight mechanisms in the effects of diet-induce obesity.



Kerrie has been a psychologist for over twenty five years and has worked primarily in the assessment of learning difficulties and disability. She has worked in kindergartens/early intervention, primary schools, secondary schools, and special schools throughout Geelong and the West Victorian region.

Kerrie is passionate about helping to understand a student’s thinking and problem solving capacity so that they, their teachers, and families can learn and work best together.

Kerrie has also worked extensively with children who struggle with learning, attention, memory and anxiety in school settings.



Richard is a psychologist with doctoral training in the assessment and treatment of adults. He has experience in treating a range of mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety disorders and trauma.

Richard has extensive history in treating trauma, anxiety and depression.