Dr. Elizabeth Seeley-Wait
Clinical Psychologist; EdM (Harvard), MS (ClinPsych), PhD (ClinPsych)

Elizabeth is a clinical psychologist and internationally published researcher. Elizabeth holds several degrees including a Masters degree and PhD in Clinical Psychology (University of Massachusetts) and a Masters degree in Human Development (Harvard University). In 2007, she was selected to spend a year furthering her experience as a Fellow at the Department of Psychiatry at Yale University. She has been treating people of all ages for over 15 years.

Elizabeth has presented in many seminars and conferences in national and international forums and has been invited to become an Honorary Fellow at Macquarie University. Elizabeth is also published in a number of scientific journals and is active in research and community health projects. She is passionate about working in a manner that is evidence-based yet tailored for the individual. Elizabeth is the principal of The Western and Northern Sydney Psychology Clinics and The Children’s Psychology Clinic (www.thechildrenspsychologyclinic.com.au) and sees people of all ages.

Ms. Anne Monteiro
Psychologist; BA(Psych), MA(Psych), PGDip Relationship Counselling, MAPS

Anne holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of New South Wales and a Master of Arts in Psychology from the University of Sydney. She has worked as a psychologist for over 20 years. Anne has been employed in schools, community services and has conducted research at The Children’s Hospital with Sydney University.

Anne has a special interest in providing psychological interventions for people experiencing depression and anxiety. Some of her areas of expertise include the treatment of obsessive and compulsive disorders, bipolar disorder, grief, and loss. Anne is also skilled in treating a range of childhood disorders, parenting programs, and is committed to enhancing relationships within families.

Anne’s therapeutic style is warm, empathic, and compassionate. Her techniques are evidence-based and adapted to meet the needs of the individual. Anne’s work with children and their parents focuses on looking for strengths and resilience. The interventions she most regularly uses with individuals include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Schema therapy. Anne works with children of all ages, adolescents, and adults.

Dr. Ashlen San Letho
Clinical Psychologist; BSc(Psych)(Hons), DClinPsych / MSc

Ashlen focuses on providing a warm and secure relationship with each of her clients in order to support them in achieving therapeutic change. She is dedicated to being a stable base from which her clients are empowered to apply their strengths to the challenges in their lives, find meaning and direction, and be their most effective. Ashlen works with a range of presentations including depression, low self-esteem, adjustment and life transition difficulties, issues with identity, and complex trauma. Her special areas of interest are in the treatment of anxiety disorders, relational and attachment issues.

Skilled in a range of approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Schema Therapy, Ashlen is able to tailor treatment to the specific needs of each person. She is particularly interested in working from a psychodynamic and attachment-based perspective, in order to help her clients understand and modify unhelpful relational patterns.

Ashlen is a Clinical Psychologist holding a combined Doctor of Clinical Psychology and Master of Science degree from the University of Sydney, and a Bachelor of Science with an Honours degree in Psychology from Macquarie University.

Ashlen sees adults and adolescents (15+).

Mrs. Colleen Murphy
Psychologist; BPsyc(Hons), Masters (ClinPsych)(Cand.), PhD (CogSci)(Cand.)

Colleen focuses on helping individuals to transform unhelpful thinking patterns, reduce worry and overanalysis, improve emotional resilience, overcome fears especially in relation to negative life events such as trauma and grief. Colleen is a Registered Psychologist who has been providing psychological services to the community for 10 years. During that time she has worked with people to assist in a wide variety of psychological and emotional difficulties. She typically treats trauma, grief, anxiety, panic, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, adjustment and depression. She focuses on using evidence-based treatments such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.

Colleen is an insightful and dedicated therapist, who works to empower clients to better deal with their stresses and difficulties. Colleen focuses her work with adults and adolescents (age 12+).

Adele Stavropoulos
Clinical Psychologist; BPsych (Hons), M (ClinPsych), PhD (ClinPsych) (Cand.)

Adele is a warm and approachable clinician who strives to create a safe and comfortable therapeutic environment. She works collaboratively with clients to conceptualise their concerns and develop a tailored evidence based treatment plan to create meaningful and lasting therapeutic change.

Adele is experienced in the evidence based assessment and treatment of a range of clinical presentations including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma and stressor related disorders, feeding and eating disorders, grief and loss, adjustment difficulties and personality disorders. Adele also works with children and their families to overcome issues such as behavioural problems, emotion dysregulation, trauma and attachment concerns.

Adele draws from a range of therapeutic modalities including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Schema Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Maudsley Family Therapy and Mindfulness Integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (MiCBT).
Adele holds an Honours degree in Psychology from the University of New South Wales. She has completed a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology and is undertaking a PhD in Clinical Psychology at the University of Technology Sydney.

Adele works with adults, as well as children of all ages, adolescents, and their families.

Ms. Melanie Truscott
Clinical Psychologist; CCLIN, MAPS

Melanie is a Clinical Psychologist who completed her degree in Clinical and Organisational Psychology at the University Koblenz-Landau, Germany. She has been a Registered Psychologist in Australia since 2005, and a member of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists since 2012. Melanie has 13 years of experience in treating patients with a variety of mental health problems, including depression, anxiety, trauma, substance use disorders and personality disorders. She delivers psychological assessment and therapy both in the public health sector and in private practice. Melanie is an ISST certified Schema Therapist, and is trained in Eye Movement Desensitisation Re-processing (EMDR), a psychological therapy that helps people heal from emotional distress resulting from disturbing life experiences. She also provides clinical supervision to psychologists, clinical psychology registrars and students.

Melanie is a warm and caring clinician, and is passionate about improving clients’ quality of life. Melanie sees adults of all ages.

Mr. Paul Kallaras
Educational and Developmental Psychologist; BSc(Psych), PGDipPsych, MPsych(Ed&Dev), MAPS, MCEDP

Paul is an Educational and Developmental Psychologist, fully registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and the Psychology Board of Australia. He is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and a Fellow of the APS College of Educational and Developmental Psychologists. Paul is a graduate of the University of Sydney and University of Western Sydney, having completed a Bachelor of Science (Psychology), Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology, and Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology. His notable achievements during his studies include being named in the College of Arts, Education, and Social Sciences Dean’s Merit List and being inducted as a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society in 2009.

Paul has extensive experience working with children, adolescents, and their families. He has worked for numerous years as a school counsellor and within allied health teams assessing children and adolescents with sensory impairments and other complex needs. He has had roles in assessing children for research studies, and in crisis intervention/counselling. Paul has presented at national and international conferences on a range of topics, including building resilience, positive behaviour support, and psychometric assessment with children who have complex needs.

Paul sees children, adolescents, and adults of all ages.

Ms. Denise Constantinou
BA (Psych), PGDip (Psych), Master of Psychology (Forensic) MAPS

Denise holds a Bachelor degree and Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology from Macquarie University. Denise also holds a Masters degree in Forensic Psychology from the University of Western Sydney. Denise has gained experience in a range of public and private settings including correctional institutions, the court system, hospitals and the community.

Denise has delivered psychological interventions to adolescents and adults experiencing a range of difficulties including depression, anxiety and first-episode psychosis. She has worked to assist those who have suffered a psychological injury in the workplace to support them in their safe return to work, and has delivered intensive group and individual therapy to those presenting with substance dependency and legal problems. Denise has been employed by the NSW Department of Corrective Services where she worked with young adult (18-25 years of age) and serious offenders in areas including assessment and management of risk of harm to self and others. She has experience in writing Court and Parole reports including assessed risk of future violence and/or risk of recidivism.

Throughout her work as a clinician, Denise has always taken a non-judgemental and caring approach and is keenly interested in assisting individuals to improve their overall quality of life.

Dr. Julie Boulis
Educator & Psychologist: BASc(Psych), GDipEd, GDipPsych PGDipPsych, PGDipProfPsych, MEd(Info&Tech) Doctor of Education; MAPS, MCEDP, MCCOUNP, MCOP

Dr Julie Boulis has completed several degrees in Education and Psychology. Julie holds a Doctor of Education from the University of Wollongong; whereby her major Dissertation identified, a Cognitive Tool to Support Learners. Julie is a fully registered Psychologist with AHPRA and the Psychology Board of Australia. Julie holds a Bachelor of Science (Psychology), a Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology (Applied) from Charles Sturt University, Bathurst and a Postgraduate Diploma of Professional Psychology from Macquarie University, Sydney. Julie focuses on an open and transparent relationship with her clients to support their wellbeing and further enrichment of life. Julie’s therapeutic style is warm, empathic and non-judgemental.

Her techniques are evidence-based and are adapted to meet the needs of the individual. Julie uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Emotional Focused Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Skills training, relaxation strategies, Trauma Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Grief Counselling. She has experience in working with young and older adult populations. Julie has expertise in creating and implementing focused psychological strategies that have achieved significant changes. Julie’s skills help with a range of clinical presentations including: stress, anxiety, depression, Borderline Personality Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, grief and loss.

Julie currently divides her professional life between her work in private practice and her work in Macquarie University, Department of Psychology as a Lecturer and Adjunct Fellow. Julie also holds current Psychology Board Supervisory status whereby she supervises and mentors Provisional Psychology students.

Julie sees people of all ages.

Khalida Nasir
Clinical Psychologist; B. A. (Psych), B. Psych, M. Clin Psych

Khalida is a compassionate and supportive psychologist who takes pride in working with individuals of all ages. She works confidently with diverse cultures and in situations where cultural awareness and appreciation are integral. Khalida has experience working across varied environments including, inpatient and outpatient hospital settings and specialised clinics.

Recognising that everybody is unique, she likes to draw from various modalities to tailor a treatment plan to the individual including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT). She prides herself in working together in a collaborative care approach, one which works with the individual together, to recognise and capitalise on strengths.

Khalida is a Clinical Psychology Registrar holding a Bachelor of Arts – Psychology & Bachelor of Health from Macquarie University, a Bachelor of Psychology and Diploma from Western Sydney University and Masters in Clinical Psychology from the University of Wollongong.

Khalida is able to offer therapy in both Dari and Farsi, and works with a range of clinical presentations and is passionate about working with people of all ages – children (7+), adolescence and adults.

Roisin Lynch
Psychologist (Clinical Registrar); BA Psych(Hons), M (ClinPsych), MAPS, AMACPA

Roisin is a curious, conscientious and creative therapist. She has a warm, calm manner and is passionate and dedicated in her work with clients.

Roisin is a Registered Psychologist (Clinical Registrar) and has a First-Class Honours degree in Psychology from Macquarie University, and a Master of Clinical Psychology degree from The University of Sydney. She is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society and an Associate Member of the Australian Clinical Psychologists Association.

Roisin is skilful in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of complex mental health issues. She provides individualised evidenced-based intervention to target a range of concerns including anxiety (e.g. generalised, social, specific phobias), persistent low mood, obsessional thinking and compulsive behaviours, body-image concerns, emotion dysregulation, deliberate self-harm, interpersonal relationship difficulties, behavioural difficulties. Roisin works primarily from a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) framework, but also draws from a range of therapeutic modalities including Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Schema Therapy, Systemic Family Therapy, Narrative Therapy.

Roisin is concurrently employed as a Psychologist for the NSW Department of Education in both primary and high-school. She is skilful in developing and maintaining collaborative relationships with the systems outside the therapy room (e.g. schools, allied health professionals) to enhance clients’ support network.

Roisin works with children(7+), adolescents, and adults.

Mr. Daniel Holt
Psychologist (Clinical Registrar); B. Psych, M. Clin Psych, MAPS, AMACPA

Daniel is a warm compassionate clinician who has a focus on establishing a strong rapport with his clients before using a holistic evidenced based approach to help them achieve their therapeutic goals. Daniel has a history of working in Child Protection services, and has also completed placements in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, and Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Centres

Daniel is a Registered Psychologist (Clinical Registrar), and holds a Bachelor degree from Curtin University and Masters of Clinical Psychology degree from the University of New England. Daniel is a member of the the Australian Psychological Society.

Daniel works with a range of presentations including Depressive Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Trauma and Stressor Related Disorders, body image concerns, self-harming behaviours, behavioural difficulties and drug misuse.

Daniel practices primarily using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), but also uses alternative therapeutic interventions including Trauma focused CBT, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Systemic Family Therapy.

Daniel works with Children (7+), adolescents, and adults.

Mr. Alexander McLennan
Psychologist; BPsych (Hons), M (ClinPsych)

Alexander is a warm and engaging Registered Psychologist (Clinical Registrar) Alexander has worked with young people across a range of settings, and spent several years tutoring children which has instilled in him the importance of early intervention. Alexander also enjoys working with adults and has experience working in a range of settings from assertive outreach support to the Australian Army and private care settings.

Alexander is experienced in a range of effective therapeutic techniques including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Meta-Cognitive Therapy (MCT), Eye-Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Mindfulness. As well as, Parent Management Therapy and Applied Behavioural analysis (ABA) which he draws on with his work with young people and their parents/guardians. Alexander takes an individualised approach in his work, seeing that no two clients are the same.

Alexander has a special interest in working with Anxiety, Trauma and Autism Spectrum Disorder, though he has experience assisting with a range of concerns, including Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), anger issues, various phobia (e.g. heights, snakes & enclosed spaces), insomnia, depression and psychosis.

Alexander works with children (5+), adolescents, and adults.

Ms. Stephanie Bath
Practice Manager; BAPsych(Hons), Dip Prof Pract Mgt (cand.)

Stephanie holds a First Class Honours degree in Psychology, and is currently undertaking a Diploma of Professional Practice Management through the University of New England. She has been working at the Western and Northern Sydney Psychology Clinics and The Children’s Psychology Clinic as practice manager since 2014.

Using the clinic’s unique match-procedure, Stephanie is passionate about doing her best to match individuals with psychologists based on age, gender, culture, temperament and the client’s instinct in order to facilitate effective therapy.