Clinical Psychologist: Dr Carly Ymer
Dr Carly Ymer is a clinical psychologist who holds a Doctor Of Clinical Psychology. She has worked in community, hospital, outpatient and private sectors of the psychology profession. For the last decade Carly has built, established and managed a highly effective and successful psychology practice in Camberwell www.drcarlyymer.com.au
Carly has a love of working with children and teenagers to help their developing minds and bodies understand the connection between the mind and their emotions and how these effect their health and wellbeing. Carly’s sensitivity to their vulnerable minds and growing bodies allows the children and teenagers to feel relaxed, at ease and safe to explore their internal world and their difficult emotions and experiences. Carly’s work facilitate change by showing unconditional positive regard, a client centred approach and an understanding of the clients motivations and fears in order to gently shift mindset, challenge unhelpful behaviours and soothe uncomfortable emotions. Providing a reflection of her clients inner world helps her clients to see the areas for change and she assists them to explore ways they may achieve this through thought exploration, behavioural challenges, and communication tools.
Carly readily works with issues of anxiety, mood disorder, eating disorders, behavioural disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder in girls, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder and parent-child/teen relational difficulties. Carly believe in thorough assessment of the young person and their family and school environments in order to fully understand the history and context of the issues at hand. Carly then works with the client to achieve not only amelioration of their symptoms and problems, but a deeper sense of self awareness, emotional regulation, and healthier and happier relationship with themselves.
Carly utilises a client centred approach that is individual to each client and that takes into account the clients generational, cultural, age, gender and intrapersonal uniqueness. Developing rapport and a safe, relaxed and respectful therapeutic relationship is paramount to Carly’s work. She uses those processes with techniques of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Behavioural Therapy and Affect Regulation Therapy (ART).
Psychologist: Miss Lepi Cvetanovic
Lepi is a friendly and relatable psychologist who enjoys working with individuals towards their best mental health and well-being. She is a registered psychologist with eight years of professional experience, working with people of all ages and in diverse environments. Lepi has a passion for working with young children, adolescents and their families to help them develop and implement effective coping strategies to manage life’s challenges such as stress, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, friendship and family relationship dynamics. She employs a calm and collaborative approach in her practice and strives to build a strong rapport with her clients in order to achieve positive outcomes. Lepi always seeks to tailor her therapeutic approach to suit the needs of the children and their families and values creativity and incorporating client individuality in her approach.
Lepi utilises a number of different therapeutic approaches, that have been shown to be effective in treating a wide range of emotional and mental health issues including; Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing (MI), coaching and feedback models. Lepi applies a focused and evidence based approach to working with children, adolescents, their families and other allied health professionals, to provide engaging solutions with high quality impacts.
Psychologist: Miss Angela Delle-Vergini
Angela is an experienced psychologist and her knowledge and experience is wide and diverse. She has a Master of Counselling and a full membership with the Australian Psychological Society. Angela has had over 15 years of experience in a variety of counselling and therapeutic settings including counselling programs for adolescents and young adults, university student/staff wellbeing services, primary and secondary schools, as well as drug & alcohol and gambling services.
Angela’s particular areas of interest include providing knowledge and support around parenting challenges, adjustment difficulties due to changes in life or circumstances, emotion regulation coaching, anxiety, mood disorders, stress reduction techniques, interpersonal difficulties and addictive behaviours. Angela has also worked extensively in the provision of psycho-legal assessments within the child and family law jurisdictions and continues to practice this area of psychology in another location.
Angela particularly enjoys working with children and young people within a family centered approach and she has a wealth of experience in therapeutic techniques and strategies known to be effective. She has been trained in evidence-based practices, including, Cognitive- Behaviour Therapy, brief interpersonal psychotherapy, Mindfulness-Based Therapy and practices, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, strengths-based therapy, motivational interviewing and systems (family) theory.
Psychologist: Craig Salisbury
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Craig Salisbury is a fully registered Psychologist. He has 20 years experience working in early childhood intervention, state and private schools and private practice. Craig holds a special interest in child and adolescent anxiety, early childhood development, emotional regulation and parent support frameworks. He works young individuals and their parents to promote healthy development, parent-child interaction and psychological well-being. He believes early intervention and parent psychoeducation are essential when working with young people.
Craig provides diagnostic assessments and intervention for individuals with a range of psychological symptoms, including but not limited to:
- Autism Spectrum Disorder,
- ADHD, learning difficulties,
- Severe behaviour issues,
- Motivation and
- Depressive disorders.
Psychologist: Ms. Andrea Middling
Andrea is a registered Psychologist with many years of experience working with individuals and couples. Andrea is warm and empathic and takes the time to get to know and understand her client’s needs, employing a client centered approach. Andrea has experience and enjoys working with individuals and couples dealing with issues including;
- Mood Disorders
- Disordered eating
- Relationship difficulties
Andrea works from an eclectic approach incorporating CBT, dream work, client centered and psychodynamic frameworks. Andrea has a special interest working with individuals who have experienced trauma and its effects. She is also qualified in hypnosis and can prepare assessments and reports for the courts.
Speech Pathologist: Sophie Lacey
Sophie Lacey is a Certified Practicing Speech pathologist and member of Speech Pathology Australia. She holds a Master of Speech Pathology and Bachelor of Health Science from La Trobe University, Melbourne. Sophie’s practice, Speech Space, supports children and teenagers to develop the communication and confidence they need to reach their true potential. Sophie is an experienced clinician whose professional interests include Late Talkers, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Motor Speech Disorders, and Developmental Language Disorders. Sophie assesses and treats most childhood developmental concerns and utilises a multidisciplinary approach working closely with psychologists, paediatricians and occupational therapists. She is experienced in offering comprehensive assessments and intervention for children of all ages and is passionate about providing holistic, family-centered therapy. She has a highly trained team of speech pathologists working in the clinic and in educational and home settings.
Through Speech Space, Sophie works with children up to 16 years with the following concerns:
- Developmental Language Disorder – Expressive and or Receptive language delays and disorders
- Speech Sound Disorders – Articulation difficulties, Phonological Disorders, Childhood Apraxia of Speech
- Stuttering – for children 7 years and under who stutter
- Autism Spectrum Disorder – comprehensive assessment and pragmatic language and social skills intervention
- Comprehension difficulties- following and understanding information and instructions
- Literacy concerns- spelling, reading and writing support
- and many more…
Kinesiologist: Megan McIntyre
Megan McIntyre is a Kinesiologist whose passion is working with the local community providing ‘Restored Balance’ in areas of physical pain, anxiety and hormones, to name a few. Megan works will all age ranges of children, teens and adults to help them be the best version of themselves through her practice.
NeuroEnergetic kinesiology is a modern form of Kinesiology that targets and identifies specific issues expressed by the body. It looks at the details; the hormones, neurotransmitters, the exact emotion, the joint, the muscle and most specifically, the brain area involved. She is passionate about assisting her clients in achieving natural health and well being through Kinesiology, which give the body and mind greater balance while dealing with environmental, nutritional and emotional challenges of life. Some of the common difficulties she works are:
- Hormonal swings
- Physical pain like migraines or back pain
- Mood changes
- Digestion issues
- Learning difficulties
- Sleep issues
- Goal setting … just to name a few
To read more information about Kinesiology and Megan, go to her website www.restoredbalance.com.au. See Megan at Being Well Clinic to arrange a complimentary 15minute consultation or phone call and let Megan tell you how Kinesiology can work for you in achieving health and well being.
Dietician and Nutritionist: Nicole Rodda
Nicole is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and a member of Dietitian’s Australia. She has completed a Bachelor degree in Food and Nutrition Sciences with a Major in Food Science and a Master of Dietetics from Deakin University. Nicole has also completed the Monash University Low FODMAP diet course.
Nicole strongly believes in establishing a positive relationship with food and understands first-hand how complicated that relationship can be. Nicole is at risk of anaphylaxis to several foods and understands how a restricted diet can affect many aspects of your life. She has great empathy for clients requiring specific diets and can provide relevant support and recommendations for different conditions.
Outside of work, Nicole loves all things to do with the beach, creating allergy friendly cakes and spending time with family and friends.
Nicole is able to assist clients with a wide variety of conditions. She has a particular interest in food allergies and intolerances, gastrointestinal disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, coeliac disease and diverticular disease, as well as healthy eating and weight management.
Book an appointment with Nicole via our lovely reception staff.
Practice Manager: Isabella Munro
Belle is our receptionist and she is enthusiastic about the values and beliefs underpinning the notion of the Being Well Clinic. She has completed her Bachelor of Psychological Science, Honours in Psychology and is currently completing her Masters Of Psychology in the hope to gain registration as psychologist in mentalhealth and wellbeing. Her desire is for her work to contribute to our clients’ sense of harmony and peacefulness when they enter and depart the clinic. Belle believes everyone deserves to enjoy a rich and fulfilling life, mentally and physically and trusts that being part of our team will bring people closer to a balanced lifestyle through encompassing a holistic and integrative approach to the practice of Being Well. Belle manages our admin team also consisting of highly emapathic, motivated and caring student psychologists.