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Lyn Worsley is the Director of The Resilience Centre. She is a Clinical Psychologist and Registered Nurse with vast experience in teaching, youth work, early childhood, hospitals and correctional services. She specializes in child, adolescent & family psychology and relationship issues. She is also author of "The Resilience Doughnut Book - The Secret of Strong Kids" and "The Resilience Doughnut Book - The Secret of Strong Adults".
Joe has been registered as a Clinical Psychologist since 1986 and has extensive experience in the public and private sectors. He has a sound background in the assessment and treatment of children, teenagers, adults, couples and families for a broad range of clinical issues including depression, anxiety, relationship and self esteem concerns as well as adjustment difficulties. Joe is a Psychology Board approved supervisor of Clinical Psychology Masters students.
Kristen Bayliss is a Registered Psychologist and specialises in child and adolescent psychology. She is experienced in a wide range of areas particularly in adolescent anxiety and depression.
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Davide is an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker with post-graduate qualifications in psychology and social work. He has experience working in both private practice and the non-government sector since 2010. Davide is also an Accredited Family Group Conference Facilitator and Family Therapist with expertise working with individuals who have experienced trauma and trauma-related stress and anxiety. Davide holds a unique role at the Resilience Centre specifically assisting separated families with court related matters and family relationships post-separation.
Megan is a registered psychologist who originally trained forensically, and is now expanding her interests into clinical psychology. She has over eight years of experience working with children and adults, both individually and in groups, and has a particular interest in helping people with trauma, depression, relationship difficulties and addictive behaviours. Megan is also undertaking her PhD, and is a guest lecturer at the College of Professional Psychology
Julianne has a doctorate in social work and education from Sydney University. She has had a long career in the Family Court as a Family Consultant and as a Single Expert Witness in Family Law cases. Julianne is a clinical social worker who has specialised for many years in working with families with children, after separation, in ways that harness their strengths. She has special interest in children with anxiety after separation, particularly in regards to visitation. She is interested in facilitating co-parenting after separation and helping parents make post-separation arrangements (including court orders) work for their children.
Ruth Fordyce is a Registered Psychologist who has many yearsï¿½ experience working with adults, adolescents, primary aged children and families. Ruthï¿½s specialty areas include working with children and adolescents to build resilience and deal with issues such as anxiety, bullying, social skills, self esteem, depression, and family dynamics. She also works with adults facing stress, anxiety, depression, life transitions or family concerns. Ruth has a particular interest in supporting new mothers as they adjust to life with a baby........click here for more information.
Constance is a Registered Psychologist who has completed a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours Class 1) and a Master of Psychology (Clinical), and is currently working towards endorsement as a clinical psychologist. She has worked in both public and private sectors in which she provided evidence-based treatment to clients presenting with anxiety disorders, depression, difficulties with emotion regulation and low self-esteem. Constance aims to provide therapy in a manner that is client centred, empathetic and goal focused. She is also available to conduct cognitive and educational assessments.
Alison is a registered psychologist with over 13 years experience working with children, adolescents and adults with complex needs. Alisonï¿½s career has focused on helping individuals of all ages with intense emotional regulation difficulties, including those on the autism spectrum and with complex trauma backgrounds across the government and non-government sector. Alison's commitment to inspire and empower individuals to make positive change in their life is the foundation for her work using a combination of many different therapeutic techniques.
Ivette is a registered Psychologist and an Associate member of the Australian Psychological Society. She is an experienced Generalist Psychologist whose aim is to help individuals to overcome personal and emotional issues. Ivette has specialised experience working with adolescents and adults and uses a psychological approach which recognises the importance of how our thinking patterns impact our behaviour, emotional wellbeing, physical health and our spiritual life. She therefore has a particular focus on therapies that motivate change and can create acceptance and hope........for more information click here.
Erin is a Registered Psychologist who completed a Masters in Educational and Developmental Psychology at the University of Western Sydney. Erin has previous experience in both the public and private sectors, as well as within schools. Erin enjoys helping families and parents, and is an Accredited Facilitator of the 1-2-3 Magic & Emotion Coaching program.
Sarah Piper is an experienced registered psychologist who has worked in both remote and urban settings in Australia, as well as a range of international contexts, including countries of the former Yugoslavia and more recently Cyprus and the Middle East. She completed a Masters of Applied Psychology at Macquarie University and has worked in child protection, school counselling and community development. She enjoys working with children, adolescents, adults, families and in particular people struggling with anxiety and mood disorders. Sarah is an accredited trainer of the Resilience Doughnut, presenting to parent groups, commercial organizations and schools. She facilitates parent workshops as well as groups for young people to help them feel stronger in themselves and increase their resilience in times of change or adversity. Sarah is approachable, authentic and easy to connect with, taking great interest in the strengths that people bring and how they might use these to move forward in their lives.
Katie is a Registered Psychologist who is currently completing her Masters In Clinical Psychology. She has experience working in private practice and a number of NGO's since 2010. She enjoys working with children, adolescents and adults, and is experienced in using evidence based treatments to support people experiencing a range of difficulties including developmental disorders, anxiety and mood disorders.
Ida Soghomonian is a registered psychologist with post graduate qualifications from prominent Australian Universities in psychology, human resources and management. Her 24 year career includes working in Australia and Singapore with children, youth, adults, couples, families, groups and teams in a wide variety of settings, including private practice, schools, community organisations and corporate companies.
Gabriel is a Clinical Psychologist who has extensive experience working with families, children, adolescents, adults, and elderly people. Gabriel has training in hypnosis, mindfulness skills, Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing, Interpersonal psychotherapy, Family therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Theory and Schema Therapy. Gabriel has experience and training in Special Education, and has expertise in assessing and working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and ADHD. Gabriel specialises in trauma, anxiety, panic disorder, bipolar disorder, depression, borderline personality disorder, dissociation Identity disorder and pain management.
Adam is a registered Clinical Psychologist and a full member of the Australian Psychological Society. He has 10 years experience working in a range of psychology fields. He completed a Masters of Clinical Psychology in 2012 and has experience working in private, community and hospital settings. Adam works with adults, adolescents and children, using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness-based therapy. Adam likes to use a solutions and a strengths focus to help people and move towards meaningful goals and positive life changes.
Resilience Coaches at The Resilience Centre are provisional psychologists who work alongside our registered psychologists to help clients with practical skills to enable them to reach their potential.
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ONLINE Hot Topics
Our most popular Wednesday Night Hot Topics are available ANYTIME, online.
Choose from ANGRY ADOLESCENTS, HOARDING, RESILIENT MUMS, EMOTIONAL COACHING, PERSONALITY DISORDERS and more.
Parenting Post Separation
A 2 week program which aims to equip parents with tools to guide their children through the adjustment to their separation.
Mindfulness and Schema Therapy
This 10 week program is designed for adults who are experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship or anger issues. Perfectionists would also benefit.
Connect-3 SYDNEY- Resilience building program for children
Connect-3 is an innovative 5 week group program for building resilience in 8 to 12 year olds.
REGISTER NOW for Term 3
Link3d Up - Resilience building program for adolescents
LINK3D Up is a creative and interactive 5 week group program for adolescents, 13 - 16 years, that will teach resilience skills vital for negotiating the teenage years
A fun and innovative 6 week program (for children aged 8-12 years) which aims to help them learn a more optimistic style of thinking.
Retrain Your Brain - to overcome anxiety
A 4 week program, with follow up, for adults who have difficulty maintaining optimism through anxious or negative thinking.
Register interest for Term 3, 2018
HOT TOPICS - Wednesday Nights
These informal evening seminars for the general community, are presented by our experienced psychologists. They provide psychological insights into a variety of challenging life issues.
DBT (Dialectical Behaviour Therapy)
This 24 week program is designed for adults who have difficulties with emotions, relationships, impulsivity, self harm, suicidal behaviours, substance use or other problems that come from difficulties with controlling emotions.
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