Lauren Foreman 

Principal Psychologist B.BSc, PostGradPsyc, GradDipProfPsych.

(Currently not accepting new clients)


Lauren is a qualified Psychologist who uses her experience from working in a wide range of social settings to enhance her treatment style. 


Lauren has extensive experience working with high school aged children, professional athletes, in corporate settings, within the not-for-profit sector and is an experienced workplace trainer.  ​


Her treatment experience includes depression, grief and loss, anxiety, significant trauma and relationship counselling.  



Maria Morcos

Principal Psychologist BPsychSc, GradDipProfPsych, MProfPsych    

Maria is a registered General Psychologist who is currently completing a Doctor of Psychology (Clinical Psychology) at The Cairnmillar Institute. Maria is interested in working with individuals across the lifespan, ranging from children to the elderly, who present with a range of issues. These include (but are not limited to) learning delays in children, personality and identity issues, trauma, mood disorders, anxiety disorders and adjustment difficulties.


Maria is well-accustomed to conducting thorough assessments, including cognitive and personality assessments, to provide further information on how to best support the individual. Maria ensures a collaborative approach whereby she frequently utilises Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. At all times, Maria aims to provide a safe space free of judgement and shame.




Nadia Ha

Psychologist ​​BPsychSc, GradDipProfPsych, MProfPsych

Nadia is a registered Psychologist with a background in school settings and community not-for-profit mental health. She has experience working with children, adolescents and adults presenting with (but not limited to) stress, anxiety, depression, social/peer conflict, relationship/adjustment issues, skills training, and academic/work-related concerns. 

She works collaboratively alongside her clients to determine an appropriate course of action to best support their individual needs. Her eclectic treatment style utilises evidence-based approaches from Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing. She is inclusive of supporting all aged clients and welcomes assisting people from diverse backgrounds.




Chantelle Shanmugaratnam

Psychologist BA(Psych)(Hons)


Chantelle is a psychologist who has experience providing therapeutic support across the lifespan, especially assisting children, adolescents and families - helping with depression, anxiety, stress, alcohol and other drug (AOD) issues, relationship difficulties, conflict resolution and self-esteem. She has prior experience working in AOD, clinical, mobile/home and school settings. 

Chantelle works with a client focus, tailoring her approach to the client's beliefs, attitudes, insight and developmental stage. She hopes to build a genuine therapeutic relationship - seeing this as a essential component to making positive changes. Chantelle is passionate about helping clients overcome significant hardships and instilling hope for the future.






Genevieve Abbott 

Psychologist BPsychSc, GradDipProfPsych, MProfPsych

Genevieve has experience using a variety of evidence based therapeutic techniques and tailors her approach to the individual needs of her clients. Genevieve works primarily with adults and has experience with a variety of different presentations including anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, personality disorders and trauma.


Genevieve aims to provide a respectful and safe environment that is conducive to helping clients gain a greater understanding of themselves and their environment while empowering them to develop effective skills to help improve their well-being. 






Graeme Lamont 

Clinical Psychologist MPsychClin MAPS


Graeme has practiced in the field for over fifteen years in the areas of Clinical Mental Health, Child & Adolescent Mental Health, Alcohol & Other Drugs, and Disability Services.  Graeme works with children, adolescents and adults and has experience in working with complex and severe cases.

Graeme specializes in the area of dual diagnosis (i.e. co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders). Graeme is also well-versed and experienced in numerous psycho-therapeutic approaches; including (but not limited to) Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Schema Therapy, Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET), Hedonic Psychology / Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT), Existential Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy.







Morgan Cree

Psychologist BPsyc, PostGradDipPsych, GradDipProfPsych


Morgan is a psychologist with a background in behavior therapy. She has experience working in a number of environments including child and adult mental health, early intervention for child with autism spectrum disorder, behavior support and schools. 

Her wide range of experience has lead her to develop an individualized and flexible person centered approach to psychological practice. 

Morgan has experience with a number of presentations including anxiety, depression, trauma, general life changes and supportive counseling. In addition she also has extensive experience working with children with Autism Spectrum disorder and general behavioral difficulties. 

Morgan is open and honest with all clients and aims for clients to feel supported in order to promote a positive therapeutic experience.
































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