Servicing Glen Innes, Armidale and Guyra and available for telehealth sessions with clients further afield.





You’re here because you know things aren't quite right. You may have come to this conclusion yourself.     

Or your doctor or loved one has recommended you talk to a Psychologist. 


Whatever brought you here, seeking treatment is not only a sensible step to take, it's also very common. Hundreds of thousands of everyday Australians seek help from psychologists, psychiatrists, and counsellors each year. You are not alone.

Today more and more people are making their Mental Health a priority.


There is no normal, we all face a unique set of circumstances and challenges. In the media we see the extremes - there's the perfect as portrayed in TV commercials and then on the news, we witness those in extreme crisis. 


The truth is most of us sit somewhere in between. Despite what we each project, everyone deals with any number of daily and long term issues. When those issues involve people's mental health, psychologists are there to help.


The goal of psychology is to study human thinking and behaviour and put that knowledge into practice, to help people, communities, and society in general to solve day-to-day problems and improve quality of life.

A psychologist is a professional trained in the science of how people think, feel, behave, and learn. Clinical psychologists are required to have a minimum of six years of university training and supervised experience, and to engage in ongoing education to keep their skills and knowledge up to date.




Michelle is a clinical psychologist, who has worked in the New England region for the past 8 years. Prior to establishing Glen Innes Psychology, Michelle worked for the NSW government disability service for 6 years. She works with clients across the lifespan, providing evidence-based treatments for mental health issues. Therapy is tailored to the individual, their presenting issues and readiness/capacity for change. 

Michelle is trained in a range of therapeutic approaches, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Person-Centred Thinking, and other evidence-based therapies. 

Treatment is available for the following areas:

  • Sadness, depression and low self-esteem

  • Anxiety, worry, stress and social anxiety

  • Suicidal ideation and deliberate self-harm 

  • Behaviours of concern

  • Grief, PTSD, trauma and loss

  • Stress management, distress tolerance and emotion regulation 

  • Substance abuse

  • Mood effects of chronic physical health problems

  • ADHD, Asperger's & Autism Spectrum Disorders


Additionally, Michelle is able to deliver comprehensive cognitive, diagnostic, and adaptive functioning assessments to determine the presence and extent of a range of conditions including:

  • Intellectual Disability/ Intellectual functioning

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders

  • Psychological disorders


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  • Australian Health Practitioners Registration Agency (AHPRA) [PSY0001632925]

  • Member Australian Psychological Society (MAPS)

  • Medicare Provider No: 5736141Y






Best Employment Offices

344 Grey Street,

Glen Innes, NSW 2370



PO Box 7122

Armidale NSW 2350



Monday: 9am – 5pm

Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday: 9am – 5pm

Thursday: 9am – 5pm

Friday: Closed


Face-to-face, phone or online appointments (telehealth) available.


Glen Innes Psychology is not a crisis counselling service.

If you are in a crisis, please contact your emergency services or local hospital for immediate assistance.