HELPING YOU THRIVE
WHY AM I HERE?
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 to Glen Innes Psychology, 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.
WHAT IS NORMAL?
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.
WHO IS MICHELLE?
Michelle is a clinical psychologist, who completed her studies in clinical psychology at UNE in 2012. Prior to establishing Glen Innes Psychology, Michelle worked for the NSW government disability service for 6 years. Her roles have included:
providing Positive Behaviour Support for people with intellectual disability and autism
providing cognitive, developmental, adaptive functioning, and adaptive behaviour assessments
providing evidence-based treatments in acute mental health and justice settings
working with people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, across the lifespan. 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, Schema Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Person-Centred Thinking and other evidence-based therapies.
Michelle is a skilled Behaviour Support practitioner and can develop both simple and complex Behaviour Support Plans, and diagnostic assessments for a range of contexts.
Behaviours of concern
Michelle continually strives to improve her performance via continuing professional development, client feedback and reflective practice. She understands that work of working effectively to achieve the best client outcomes is best achieved through collaboration and engagement with all stakeholders, including GPs, community supports, family members and other professionals.
If you live in Glen Innes, Armidale, Inverell, or surrounding suburbs and would like to find out more from Michelle about her services, then please get in touch with her today.
Australian Health Practitioners Registration Agency (AHPRA) [PSY0001632925]
Member Australian Psychological Society (MAPS)
Medicare Provider No: 5736141Y
CONTACT & HOURS
Best Employment Offices
344 Grey Street,
Glen Innes, NSW 2370
PO Box 7122
Armidale NSW 2350
Tuesday: 9am – 5pm
Wednesday: 9am – 5pm
Thursday: 9am – 5pm
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.