Chelsea is a warm, caring and compassionate psychologist whose clinical practice is guided by establishing a collaborative and dedicated approach to the achievement of positive change.


• Bachelor of Psychological Science
• Graduate Diploma of Psychology
• Master of Professional Psychology
• Master of Professional Psychology Practice


• AHPRA Registration Number: PSY0002103362
• Member of the Australian Psychological Society


Chelsea as a practicing psychologist is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). As psychologists in clinical practice, Chelsea adheres to the professional codes of the Australian Psychological Society and Psychologists Registration Board of Victoria.

Therapeutic Approach

Chelsea first seeks to establish forthright communication and trust with her clients in order to focus on building a strong therapeutic relationship.


Chelsea is dedicated to the achievement of positive change for clients and the wider community, through accurate assessment, effective evidence-based treatment and collaborate engagement. Chelsea emphasises the importance of communicating with third parties including parents, teachers and other allied health professionals, to ensure her client is best positioned to achieve their therapeutic goals.

Experience and Interests

Chelsea is experienced in working with adults, children, adolescents and their families who may be experiencing a range of difficulties including depression, anxiety, school and university related stress, workplace stress, relationship challenges, adjustment difficulties, Adult ADHD, grief and loss, sleep difficulties, substance misuse, vocational counselling and goal setting. Chelsea has worked in a number of public and private settings, which have included schools, private practice and employment services.


Chelsea has a special interest in working with children and their families. In particular, Chelsea has assisted children and their families address school-related issues, behavioural problems, adjustment issues, school-refusal and anxiety.


Chelsea has previously worked within NDIS services, helping clients reduce the impact of anxiety and depression in their life. Chelsea is experienced working with clients, using tools and techniques which assist them in coping with challenges and to gradually help clients to increase their community engagement. Chelsea also supports her clients in using a range of social skills to further enhance their relationships with friends, family members and within the larger community.


Chelsea’s postgraduate research investigated the impact of body image on overall wellbeing for individuals up to 18 years of age.


Chelsea works collaboratively with her clients to explore their therapeutic goals early on in therapy, adopting a client-centered approach to meet the clients’ identified goals and needs. Chelsea’s practice is informed by a range of evidence-based approaches, in particular drawing from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Solution Focused Therapy (SFT) and Mindfulness Meditation to achieve positive results for her clients.


Chelsea more recently has completed the Family Based Therapy (FBT) Approach for Eating Disorders, as part of becoming a Credentialed Eating Disorder Clinician.

Personal Interests

Chelsea loves to spend time with her miniature dachshund Murphy and enjoys weekends away down the beach with family and friends. Chelsea is a big foodie and often spends time at markets and local food stores shopping for local treats to make platters.

Personal Strengths and Passions

Chelsea is known to colleagues and clients for her patience and empathy. Chelsea strives to de-stigmatize mental health and to make it a more natural part of everyone’s day to day conversations. With this, Chelsea is a valuable member of the team at Positive Wellbeing Psychology, delivering online psychology at our Melbourne psychology clinic. Chelsea enjoys investing time and energy into providing psychological support to empower her clients to be their best selves and break down possible stereotypes.

Make An Appointment

Telehealth and In-Person appointments available with psychologist Chelsea during the day on and after-hours on Tuesday, Wednesday, on Thursday and Friday.

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