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Katherine Hill Clinical Psychologist
Nicole Carter Psychologist
Nicole is a registered Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia. She has completed her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and has training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and play therapy. Prior to this training, Nicole worked in policy development and research for children’s mental health and wellbeing, and with families affected by mental illness as a caseworker with Carers NSW.
Nicole has an interest in working with children of all ages, adolescents, and parents in the areas of anxiety and mood disturbances, behavioural difficulties, parenting concerns, trauma, adjustment, stress, and relationships. Nicole uses a client-centered, collaborative approach in supporting individuals and families to create positive changes in their lives and achieve their goals.
Luke Mill Psychologist
Luke has a Masters degree in Educational and Developmental Psychology. This degree has provided Luke with specialised training and placement opportunities across many child and adolescent psychology settings, including assessing and treating neurodevelopmental disorders (i.e., ADHD, ASD), developmental trauma, learning difficulties, social and emotional issues.
Luke has worked at The Monash Children’s Hospital in the Autism Assessment team where he worked alongside paediatricians and other allied health professionals. Prior to this training, Luke has experience using evidence-based behavioural interventions to manage and support children on the Autism Spectrum.
Luke is passionate about working with children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), both in terms of assessment and intervention/counselling. He is a strong advocate of using a collaborative approach to identify each child’s unique set of strengths and skills to help maximise their ability to reach their potential from a learning, behavioural, and social-emotional perspective.
Mary Ta Psychologist
Mary is an early career psychologist and Educational and Developmental registrar who is dedicated to providing individualised and comprehensive psychological care to children, teens, and adults in an ethical, engaging, and collaborative manner. She has worked in education, private, and community health sectors to support clients manage issues involving anxiety, depression, challenging behaviours, emotion regulation, social difficulties, and trauma resulting from family violence. Mary draws from the principles of cognitive behavioural therapy, client-centred therapy, and play therapy to guide her therapeutic practice.
Mary strives to make the therapeutic process smooth for her clients by being warm and transparent. She believes that it is important for clients to feel heard and validated; accordingly, she aims to create a safe and welcoming space where clients can freely discuss and reflect on their experiences without feeling judged or shamed. Mary also works with clients to help them develop skills and strategies in order to foster resilience and manage their difficulties. Sessions are generally tailored to complement clients’ strengths, resources, personality, and feedback.
Thérèse Waring Administration Assistant
Thérèse is our clinic's virtual administration assistant. She assists with appointment bookings, invoices and Medicare rebates, arranging new intake phone calls and a range of other administrative tasks to keep us organised and focussed on our clinical work.
Thérèse is an Australian who is based in France and she provides her serivces to us via the magic of the internet. Having an overseas virtual assistant means that as our work day is finishing Thérèse's work is just starting. Thérèse processes our paperwork from the day overnight so that we are ready to start the next day with the paperwork finalised.
Our admin office hours are 4-6pm Australian time.