Psychology on Welwyn is a well established psychology and therapy practice consisting of friendly and experienced clinicians each with their own areas of interest, expertise and ways of working.
We are located in Manning, just off Manning Road, on the second floor or a modern building (there is a lift for your convenience). Our offices are comfortable and also private and secure.
Trinity is the principal clinical psychologist of Psychology on Welwyn and brings warmth, humour, compassion and nearly 20 years of experience to her work. She has always been keenly interested in working with children, adolescents and adults who have had difficulties that have gotten in the way of living the best quality of life they can. She does not believe in a cookie cutter approach to life or therapy and therefore makes sure she tailors her approach to your needs and desired outcomes.
Her particular areas of interest include working with individuals experiencing:
Trinity is available for appointments on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, including after hours appointments. She can be contacted on 9450 5233 or at email@example.com.
Paul has been a clinical psychologist for near on 15 years, having accumulated a wide range of experience in a variety of clinical settings. He aims to provide a safe and non-judgmental environment for people to discuss their concerns. He utilises an eclectic, client-centered approach to counselling that most often incorporates tenets of the cognitive-behavioural, interpersonal, and emotion-focused therapies. Well versed in adult and older adolescent psychotherapeutic concerns, Paul is particularly experienced in working with individuals seeking assistance for:
Paul is available for appointments on Tuesdays, including after hours appointments. He can be contacted on 0417 980 236.
Nadia is a clinical psychologist with over 10 years experience, having worked with adults in private practice as well as in specialist public mental health services, including youth mental health, eating disorders and paediatric chronic pain.
Nadia strives to provide a warm, supportive and collaborative environment, within which you can explore your presenting problems, with the aim of assisting you to make sense of these difficulties, while also working toward achieving your goals. After conducting an assessment, Nadia will provide the evidence based therapy best suited to address your primary concern(s). This will likely include the provision of information and practical skills to manage your thoughts, feelings and behaviours in order to achieve relief from your symptoms, improve your quality of life and prevent relapse.
Nadia has extensive experience in a range of evidence based therapeutic approaches, including cognitive behavioural therapy, schema focused therapy, metacognitive therapy and is LGBTIQ+ affirmative. Nadia is also able to provide EMDR (Eye-movement desensitisation reprocessing) for the treatment of trauma.
Nadia has extensive experience and a particular interest in working with individuals aged 16 years of age and above, who are experiencing:
Nadia is available for appointments on Fridays and can be contacted on 0498 860 100 or at Nadia.Bridge@outlook.com.
Marnie Cuevas has been a Clinical Psychologist for nearly 20 years. She holds a Senior Clinical Psychology position in the Department of Health, and has a private practice. Marnie's initial training in psychology focused on a cognitive-behavioural approach to therapy. However, she has undergone a further two years of training in clinical hypnotherapy, and has completed intensive training in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Schema Therapy and Mindfulness-based CBT. Marnie's approach in therapy is to focus on clients' strengths rather than just the "problems", and to help clients optimise their quality of life.
Marnie's main areas of interest include adults and older adults presenting with:
Marnie also provides professional supervision. She is registered with AHPRA, and is accredited as a Psychotherapy Supervisor by the Branch Training Committee WA: Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists.
Marnie is available for appointments on Thursdays including after-hours. She can be reached on 0417973376, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mariyon is a qualified and experienced relationships expert who has also personally experienced a toxic relationship, recovery after divorce and a long-term relationship that includes step parenting.
Her compassionate expertise includes being able to give a neutral perspective to your problems, being empathetic without sitting in judgement, using attachment theory and current research/best practice models for strong relationships. Helping you to understand more about yourself with insight in untangling concerns and working on self-acceptance.
Mariyon focuses on how we engage with ourselves, and how we can optimise our lives. Areas of speciality include conflict, dysfunctional family dynamics, toxic relationships, affairs, divorce recovery, singles seeking new relationships and couples counselling. Couples counselling is a non-biased approach with Mariyon seeking to engage with both parties prior to booking a session.
Mariyon is passionate about ongoing learning about how the mind and brain work, and helping you best move forward through your relationship struggles. She sees people for longer term psychotherapy and also short-term counselling. Mariyon is available for appointments on Saturdays, and Tuesdays after hours, and is contactable on 0430 183 893 or email@example.com for a preliminary chat.
Chris is a Clinical Psychologist with a number of years working in the public health system. He is an internationally accredited advanced Schema Therapist, trainer and supervisor and has a wealth of experience in treating individuals with personality disorders and trauma. Schema Therapy can also help people who experience recurring negative life patterns, such as difficulty being assertive or difficulty trusting others, and problems based on childhood or adolescent experiences. Chris is also experienced in treating trauma, with evidence-based treatments such as Imagery Rescripting and EMDR. He has been involved in the delivery, coordinator and establishment of DBT (Dialectical Behaviour Therapy) Programs for a number of years. Chris aims to tailor the therapy to the clients needs, goals and problems. Chris is experienced and interested in treating the following difficulties:
Chris is currently available on a Monday or Tuesday and can be contacted on 0451 078 154 or at firstname.lastname@example.org