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Registered Psychologist
• Registered Psychologist working
Mental Health Social Workers
Mental Health Social Workers
are accredited and assessed by
towards specialist title of Clinical the Australian Association of
Services for You, Your partner
Experience andwith
working Your Family Social Workers as having a
specialist knowledge and
• Adults in mental health settings expertise suited to working with
• Children services
West Coast Psychology offers psychological and their relating
parents on
to a widepeople with mental health issues.
range of mental health issues and concerns.developmental
Some ofconcerns
our services may beLike other allied health
• Adolescents
partly covered by Medicare and others may be claimable as a school teacher
through privateprofessionals Mental Health
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health insurances. We are flexible in the types of services we can offer youSocial workers use a range of JULIE KENDALL
and your family. Some of our most typically delivered services include, strategies and interventions. Mental Health Social Worker
• Individual psychotherapy sessions covered under the Better Access Qualifications
Additional Information
to Mental Health Care Scheme. • Postgraduate Certificate in Mental Health
• Part-time
• Couples Lecturer in the School
/ Relationship of
counselling • Diploma in Professional Counselling
Psychology and
• Family therapy Social Science at • Bachelor of Social Work
Edith Cowan University.
• Hypnotherapy
• Completing a PhD in
• Social Worker
Clinical couple or family sessions
individual, OUR PEOPLE
may also be able to meet your individual needs by doing at home
Experience working with
• People with different levels of ability
services. • People involved in the legal system Principal Clinical Psychologist
• People engaged in hospital care
West Coast Psychology is home to a team of multi-skilled professionals. The diverse areas of • People living with HIV/AIDS and / or cancer
• Postgraduate studies in
expertise of our team means that we are able to meet the varying needs of our clients by catering to • Substance abuse
clinical, organisational and
all aspects of mental health care Approach
Julie uses a strengths based approach and her value of equality educational psychology.
Qualifications and human rights to empower and advocate for her clients while • Member of Australian
Group • Services
Registered Psychologist protecting human dignity. Julie often works in tangency with our Society of Hypnosis
• Masters in Community psychologists/ clinical psychologists to promote maximum • Member of Christian
Psychology therapeutic gains for our clients. Counselling Association Q u ality
We also conduct a range of group programs, which may also be covered
Experience working with M ental
under the Better Access Medicare Scheme. Proposed topics for programs Experience working with H ealth
in 2010 include • Maternal and Infant health
• Care of those affected by life • People at all stages of the C are
• Disturbed sleep
• Men’s group threatening illness
Relationship counselling
• Self care and self-esteem • Family issues • Critical
• Care of children and elderly
• Improving your social life/relationships
Clinical Psychologist incident de-
• Dealing with social phobia • Psycho-social and health Qualifications
concerns including anxiety, WEST COAST • Clinical
Psychologist • Trauma
• Stress management for TEE
• Alcohol, anxiety and depression depression, stress Experience working with • Grief
• Chronic fatigue management, grief and loss, • Individuals and groups at various • Obsessive compulsive
• Parenting employment & adjustment & T: (08) 9245 5600
stages of the lifespan; children disorder
self-esteem issues
Please contact us for details about group schedules and start dates. F: (08) 9245 5700
adolescents and families • Post-traumatic stress
• Being a carer • Vanessa is particularly passionate syndrome
If you have a need or interest in a particular area, please let us know as we
• Suicide ideation
E: info@westcoastpsych.com
may have such a group in the pipeline. about working with youth, and with • Substance abuse
• Assertiveness, communication issues related to sexuality and gender • Stress & burnout
and relationship strategies 142 SCARBOROUGH identity BEACH RD • Chronic fatigue
• Anger and conflict issues
• Depression, anxiety, and other mental • Pain management
DIANE BRODERICK health concerns, trauma, self-esteem, • Sleep disorders
Diane aims to help people to and alcohol or substance use. • Marie-Anne also is well

(08) 9245 5600

Registered Psychologist recognise their own strengths, Approach PO BOX 591 SCARBOROUGH versed on the needs of
skills and abilities. This includes Vanessa’s therapeutic WA 6922
approach is to provide a safe and non-
children with intellectual
working with individuals, couples judgemental environment for people to explore the meaning of disabilities and their families.
and families. their difficulties, to better understand themselves and their
relationships, and to explore ways to resolve their current
dilemmas and issues.