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“As a landscape describes the outer world, an Inscape is the essential and unique inner nature of every living thing.”

- Gerard Manley Hopkins

Individual

Counselling for individuals

Couples

Couples Counselling

Families

Counselling for Families

Assessments

Assessments and Testing

Groups

Group Counselling

“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate"

- Carl Jung

Personal and generational wounds are played out unconsciously in symptoms like anxiety or depression, in addictions, or within our relationships, often repetitively and with great suffering. These coping mechanisms are used innocently but get in the way of our freedom.


At Inscape Psychology we nurture a curiosity about each client’s story and provide a safe space to explore the drivers for certain behaviour. It is deep work, but grounded and balanced – geared to the whole person. It is through Awareness that true healing can occur.

Our Team

  • Dianna Mikkelson

    Director & Counselling Psychologist
    Dianna is a Counselling Psychologist and the director of Inscape Psychology. She has over 25 years’ experience in the field of mental health. Initially trained in the USA, Dianna has worked in psychiatric hospitals, crisis assessment and community mental health. She returned to Australia in 2005 where she started her private practice.

    Dianna’s therapeutic style is person-centred and collaborative. She deeply honours each client’s story, including how they have learnt to survive in the world.
  • Andrée Evans

    Counselling Psychologist
    Andrée is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia, and is recognised as an endorsed Counselling Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulatory Authority (AHPRA). She has a Masters in Psychology (Counselling) from Monash University, along with graduate and post graduate psychological studies. She is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), and a member of the APS College of Counselling Psychologists. Andrée has also completed a Certificate in Clinical Hypnosis and is a associate member of Australian Society of Hypnosis.

    Andrée has many years’ experience counselling adults and young people in private practise, community health and not-for-profit organisations.
  • Jacqueline Amos

    Psychologist and Family Therapist
    Jacqueline has worked for over 25 years with Children, Adolescents and Adults in Government, Non-Government and Private Practice sector of disability and mental health. She works with individuals, families and larger systems such as schools, residential care, and agencies involved with children in care. She has a strong background in working with adults and children on the Autism Spectrum and helping them with relationships, social skills and emotional regulation.

    Jacqueline is registered Medicare Provider and works with NDIS clients as well as working with TAC and Victims of Crime (VOCAT).
  • Esther Grimes

    Clinical Social Worker
    Esther is an experienced youth mental health clinician who works with young people throughout their adolescence and early adulthood. Esther studied her Masters of Social Work at Monash University and has worked for Mind Australia, the Victorian Aboriginal Health Service and for the last four years has worked for Alfred Health as part of the clinical headspace Youth Early Psychosis Program. Esther is experienced working with people struggling with stress, anxiety, depression, psychosis, voice hearing, gender and sexual identity, interpersonal challenges and emotional regulation. Over the years working in youth mental health, Esther has developed a strong appreciation for young people’s transition through individuation and the creation of their own identity.


    Esther is an experienced youth mental health clinician who works with young people throughout their adolescence and early adulthood.

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