therapy collective 

© 2021 by Ben Bramston

1.

Individual
Psychotherapy

Whether you are working through blockages or needing mental care counselling, our psychologists and intern (provisional) psychologists assist under Medicare MHCP plans

2.

Medicare
Rebates

For those with a Mental health Care Plan (MHCP) and under financial hardship, and those with a concession card, services can be offered with a discounted "out of pocket" fee

3.

NDIS Psychologists

Psychological therapies to

NDIS registered client-participants provides access to personal growth and resilience with better self-directed outcomes.

4.

Youth Counselling

Where your vulnerable young person is needing mental health support or mentoring, counselling is available both under a MHCP and fee-pay

 
How do we do…what we do.

Therapists at therapycollective.com.au believe that working from a client-centred approach is paramount to an effective rapport (Carl Rogers, 1965). Essentially this means, treatment outcomes are a collaboration between the client's wishes, and the use of psychological education that is empirically based. Psychologists nurture self-reflection, and provide a guide for self-directed resilience building. The Australian Psychological Society (APS Code of Conduct) and Australian Association of Psychologists Inc. (AAPi)  ensure a registered therapist must never use coercion or allow their personal views to impact upon their client-participants. 

Getting Help

The Therapy Collective implement effective psychotherapy methods to harness self-reflection and to encourage one to cultivate feeling-attitudes that inspire self-directed change.

It is essential to keep in mind that therapy is not a magic pill or a quick fix: therapy is a healing process that necessitates participation and investment from the patient.

 

We will connect you with the Therapist that best suits your journey and their skill set, to initiate the healing, and help to bring life changing insight.

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2.

Anxiety

Stress

3.

Depression

4.

Anger 

Management

5.

Self-belief

Abraham Maslow, Carl Rogers and Rollo May taught that the most important source of authority is within you, and that you must listen to yourself.

They created the theory of self-actualization, in which is the unstinting belief in yourself, and your intuition, implicitly guiding you to fulfillment.    

The Collective

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Principal Psychologist

Ben

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Registered Psychologist

Liz

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Therapist Companion

Marlee

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Registered Psychologist

Deanne

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Registered Psychologist

Kim

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Youth Counsellor

John