We are a psychology practice in Bondi Junction, Sydney, offering in-person and online appointments. We are passionate about working with people from all walks of life and providing care that is tailored to every person’s unique lived experience.
We endeavour to provide safe and affirming care to members of LGBTQIA+ communities, as well as people from a wide variety of cultural and religious backgrounds.
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Clara believes in creating a space where nothing is too sacred to discuss, so that clients can explore what is important to them and engage in therapy on their terms. She is passionate about helping adolescents and adults learn the skills they need to build a life that they experience as worth living.
I work with individuals to help them understand the meaning they place on their experiences and work together as a team to identify and solve problems, and hopefully gain a greater sense of fulfilment in life. I aim to create a safe space where you will feel valued and have your voice heard. My therapeutic work is centred around affirmative practice to create a space of safety for you to be your authentic self.
Sekneh is a highly respected Senior Registered Psychologist with extensive experience in therapy, teaching, consultancy, and supervision. With over 20 years of national and international experience in various settings, including private, public, and academic, Sekneh specialises in narrative therapy, ACT, CBT and EMDR. She values curiosity, kindness, and a collaborative therapeutic alliance, and is committed to continuous learning and professional growth.
Registered Clinical Counsellor
Trained in the principles and application of Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, I specialise in providing evidence-based intervention that addresses behaviours that are causing an individual problems and distress. I help individuals understand, accept and validate emotions that impact on their thoughts and behaviours and teach new ways of coping.
My therapeutic practice is centred around narrative therapy, which seeks to challenge dominant cultural narratives while helping people write their own stories by exploring their values and sense of personal meaning. In addition, I use aspects of schema therapy to support people in understanding how their early experiences may influence the patterns that play out in their current relationships.
Amy is a Registered Psychologist who has worked in community settings with young people and adults for the past 14 years. They have a special interest in LGBTIQA+ mental health and advocacy. Amy works from a trauma informed lens grounded in social justice principles.