We currently have availability with some of our practitioners

Availability can fluctuate depending on demand and practitioner availability each month.

If you are interested in seeing one of our practitioners please contact our reception team and they can confirm availability. Please note that it is important to be matched with a practitioner that has the relevant training and knowledge for the condition you are seeking treatment.

Anna Earl

Anna Earl

General Psychologist- Bachelor Science, Bachelor Science (Honors), Masters in Education & Developmental Psychology.

Anna is a General Psychologist registered with AHPRA.

Anna enjoys working with adolescents and adults. She aims to provide a service that is warm, compassionate, trauma informed and respectful of diversity. Anna works collaboratively with clients (and their supports where appropriate) to holistically understand areas of difficulty and strength in order to develop therapeutic goals. Goals are often aimed at improving well-being, daily functioning, mood regulation and/or interpersonal relationships.

Anna works with individuals experiencing difficulties with Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Mood dysregulation, Parenting Difficulties and Stage of Life Issues and draws from evidence-based approaches including; Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness, Compassion Focused Therapy and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy.

Anna, herself, regularly practices mindfulness and self-compassion to tackle the ever-shifting sands of modern life.

James Blaze

James Blaze

Psychologist – Bachelor of Psychological Science, Graduate Diploma of Psychology Advanced, Master of Professional Psychology.

“I am a psychologist who takes pride in supporting my clients to live their most fulfilling life and achieve their therapeutic goals”.

James has an approach that aims to allow space for clients to feel heard, validated and respected. He looks to establish a therapeutic relationship based on trust in which to build empowerment for positive change.

Whilst completing his studies James worked in various mental health roles inclusive of disability support, crisis helplines and brief intervention with youths. These experiences have helped shape James’ therapeutic style and skill set. He values being able to establish a good therapeutic relationship in order to help clients facilitate positive change in their day to day life.

Working with men to address their mental health has become an area of interest for James. Breaking the stigma that can be found in this area of mental health has led James to build is passionate for supporting men to improve their understanding of their mental health and develop healthy strategies to address their mental health needs.

Tom Kenny

Tom Kenny

Psychologist – Bachelor of Psychology, Post Graduate Diploma of Psychology, Master of Psychology (Educational & Developmental), Endorsed Educational & Developmental Psychologist, MAPS.

Tom has a warm, empathetic, non-judgemental and down-to-earth style, offering respect and open-mindedness to every client. Tom’s therapeutic approach is tailored for each individual’s needs and personal goals, while drawing upon the principals of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Person-Centred Therapy, and Emotion-Focused Therapy.

Tom Kenny is a fully registered educational and developmental psychologist who provides individual counselling and structured psychological intervention to adults, young people, and children from twelve years of age. Tom is an Irish native who completed his undergraduate training and Masters of Psychology (Educational & Developmental) in Melbourne at Australian Catholic University. Tom is fully registered with APHRA, and is a full member of both the Australian Psychological Society and the Australian ADHD Professional Association.

Ebony Collins

Clinical Psychologist –Bachelor Behavioural Science, Post Graduate Diploma of Psychology, Master of Psychology Clinical, MAPS, FCCLP.

“I am a clinical psychologist who provides treatment in mental health. I work with people experiencing significant distress as a result of their illness. I enjoy seeing people change through the therapy process and move toward their goals.”

Ebony has a warm and engaging style to her treatment. She aims to work collaboratively with all clients and their significant others. In working with a non-judgmental and accepting approach, Ebony intends clients to feel safe, respected, and supported in exploring and addressing their difficulties.

Ebony began her journey working under a rehabilitation model of care for public mental health organisations. Through this work she has treated people with complex psychiatric conditions and behavioural disturbance. This has built her passion and experience for working with adults and adolescents suffering from a range of psychological disorders including personality disorders, schizophrenia, mood and anxiety disorders. Ebony has been working in the private sector for over ten years where she also works with people experiencing higher prevalence disorders such as mood disorders and adjustment difficulties.

Ebony has been registered as a Clinical Psychologist for over ten years. She is a member of both the Australian Psychological Society and College of Clinical Psychologists, as well as a registered Clinical Supervisor.

Ebony works with Kobe, her therapy dog, to provide an extra element to the therapeutic process.

Suzanne Mealing

Clinical Psychologist- Bachelor Arts/Bachelor Science, Bachelor Science (Honors), Masters in Clinical Psychology.

Suzanne is a Clinical Psychologist registered with AHPRA and endorsed as a Board Approved Supervisor. She is also an Accredited Mental Health First Aid Instructor.

Having worked as a psychologist for the past 8 years in a variety of public and private mental health settings Suzanne has devoted herself to helping others understand themselves and improve their wellbeing.

Suzanne has an accepting and compassionate approach and strives to build a therapeutic relationship based on hope and trust. She collaborates with clients so that they feel heard and supported whilst identifying their difficulties and goals for therapy.

Suzanne works with Individuals experiencing difficulties with Anxiety, Depression, Psychosis, Stress and Adjustment Issues, Personality Disorders, Problem Behaviours, and Stage of Life difficulties. Therapy is always tailored to suit individual needs and may include a combination of Counselling and evidence-based approaches including; Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy. Suzanne is excited to be returning to study in 2019 and will be learning Cognitive Analytical Therapy to add to her repertoire.

Emma Trigg

Emma Trigg

Senior Receptionist.

Emma runs our administration and reception.

In her administration role, Emma assists our psychologists with managing their workloads as well as overseeing all the procedural aspects for the clinic. In her role as senior receptionist, Emma supports our reception team and is behind the main reception desk for most of week helping to take your calls and manage appointments. Emma is responsible for tracking tasks and looking at performance indicators to help with making your interactions with our service as easy as possible.

Talia Smiton


Talia balances her time between studying to become a psychologist and working as part of the reception team. In addition to her day to day reception responsibilities, Talia manages the new client processes and has taken on the role of putting together our social media content. Talia handles a number of our auditing tasks to help ensure our processes are completed accurately.



Therapy Dog, Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT)

Kobe is a Ruby colored King Charles Cavalier. In 2015 Kobe attended training to qualify as a therapy dog. After graduating Kobe started working to provide Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) within the therapy sessions. Kobe works along side our clinical psychologist Ebony Collins.

During the session Kobe is available to engage with clients who may find his presence a calming and reassuring part of treatment. Kobe is a very friendly member of the team and thoroughly enjoys the attention he receives through his work.

Kobe welcomes everyone into their session. It is up to individual choice as to whether Kobe is part of the session. He is always happy to be up on the couch for a cuddle. However, he is just as happy to sit in his basket and simply observe (or sleep, as he often does).

Kobe works with our clinical psychologist, Ebony Collins.