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.
Dianna believes embodied healing can only take place when we experience a felt sense of safety and so creates a therapeutic space that is grounded, compassionate and collaborative.
Andrée has many years’ experience counselling adults and young people in private practise, community health and not-for-profit organisations.
Jacqueline is registered Medicare Provider and works with NDIS clients as well as working with TAC and Victims of Crime (VOCAT).
Sarah’s approach is founded on rigorously tested therapies that have been shown to empower individuals and are recognised under Medicare.
Ella is a great believer in each person being their own expert on their lives and wellbeing and is conscious of meeting each person right where they are on their inner journey; without judgement, expectation or pressure.
Eryka understands that taking the first step to talk with someone can be daunting, and this can be even more challenging if you are a parent seeking support for your child.
Jane incorporates the best in natural-traditional and scientific-evidence based healthcare, actively pursuing the latest research findings.
Receiving health services at home wherever treatment can be safely delivered, is a key weapon in the fight against Covid-19 as it limits unnecessary exposure of patients and health professionals to the virus. All our psychologists are now offering Telehealth sessions.