Our psychologists can help with most of life challenges and mental health difficulties, adopting evidence-based therapy approaches and standardised assessment tools to support with depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, eating disorders or disordered eating, and adult ADHD. Our expertise also extends to personal development, decision-making, problem-solving, life adjustments, and relationship issues.
Isaleyarna has expertise supporting individuals with anxiety (incl. performance anxiety), panic, adjusting to life transitions, PTSD, executive function difficulties, emotion dysregulation, relationship concerns, goal setting and capacity building under the NDIS. Drawing from a competitive sports background, she connects with clients under extreme stress, providing anxiety management for high-pressure situations. Isaleyarna has also worked extensively with children and adolescents diagnosed with autism, and ADHD.
Chelsea has a special interest supporting individuals to navigate stressful-life changes and transitions such as adjustment into higher education and/or employment. Chelsea adopts evidence-based practices and often utilises assertiveness skills training and helps clients unpack core values and to set goals. Chelsea is also experienced in working with adults, adolescents, and their families across a range of presentations including anxiety, stress and burnout, individual relationship issues, ADHD, and eating disorders.
Megan has a special interest in supporting individuals with anxiety, depression, low-self-esteem, burnout, ADHD, autism, personality disorders (including borderline personality disorder), goal setting and capacity-building under the NDIS. Megan adopts a neurodiversity-affirming approach and actively engages in supporting the transgender and LGBTQI+ communities with extensive experience working with females, including trans female, those assigned female at birth, and non-binary individuals with autism.
Angella has a special interest supporting individuals with complex trauma including childhood trauma, and navigating difficult family dynamics, anxiety, adjustments in life, mood disorders, alcohol and substance misuse, self-harm, personality disorders (including borderline personality disorder), goal setting and capacity building under the NDIS. Angella has also worked extensively with children and adolescents diagnosed with autism, ADHD, and a range of cognitive delays.
Brigitte has a special interest in women's health issues such as fertility and polycystic ovary syndrome. Brigitte is experienced supporting individuals with anxiety and panic, stress, and burnout, managing school and university-related stress, depression (including post-natal depression), sleep difficulties, low self-esteem, adjustment to significant life changes (including becoming a new mother), poor body image and binge eating disorder, mood swings and emotion dysregulation.
Emily has a special interest in working with clients to achieve career aspirations, improve relationships, and better manage difficult family dynamics. Emily also has extensive experience in ADHD, executive function difficulties, anxiety, depression, low self-worth, low self-esteem, stress and burnout, work addiction, loss of direction in life, goal setting, perfectionism, adjustment to life changes, poor body image and binge eating disorder. Emily also has extensive experience in ADHD assessments for adults.
At Positive Wellbeing Psychology, we offer flexible appointments with our psychologists during the day, evening, or weekends, both in-person at our Melbourne psychology practice or online via telehealth.
Our team of psychologists hold full registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and adhere to ethical guidelines as mandated by the Psychologists Registration Board and Australian Psychological Society. Our clinical practice is grounded in evidence-based treatment approaches, providing comprehensive counselling with an experienced psychologist.