Peter is a Clinical and Educational - Developmental Psychologist with more than 20 years of experience in developmental, educational and mental health in children, adolescents and adults. Peter adopts a range of eclectic interventions underpinned in cognitive behavioural and Schema approaches.
BRIGHTON HEALTH CLINIC FOR KIDS: PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC
Providing the stepping stones to better health and well-being.
Brighton Health Psychology Clinic can assist with a range of psychological issues in children, adolescents, adults and families.
Our psychology team is made up of educational and a clinical psychologist.
We provide a range of services including child and parent counselling and behavioural interventions, as well as cognitive and educational assessments for typically and non-typically developing children.
Our team also specialises in providing gold-standard, evidence based autism spectrum disorder assessments that are in line with national guidelines. Our team brings a wealth of experience, warmth and energy to deliver evidence based interventions and assessments to empower children and their families to live their best life.
PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC STAFF
Rosemarie is a qualified and registered Psychologist with AHPRA and APS who has worked in educational settings and mental health for over 20 years. She has experience working in private practice, educational and disability settings and works with children, adolescents, and adults. Areas of interest include; depression, anxiety, trauma, learning and behavioural difficulties, developmental disorders and autism spectrum disorders.
Rosemary is a Psychologist with a background in educational and developmental psychology. She has worked within primary and secondary schools along with private practice. Rosemary therefore has experience with providing eclectic interventions to support the mental health of children and adolescents. Rosemary conducts various assessments to understand and support an individual's learning and educational needs. She works alongside parents and schools to ensure that such needs of a student are met.
Katherine has worked extensively with children and adolescents experiencing significant social, emotional, behavioural and academic challenges. Katherine enjoys and has a strong interest in working collaboratively with young people, their families and schools. She is committed to understanding and providing recommendations to build on each person’s unique strengths and achievements, as well as strengthening areas in need of improvement to maximise individual potential.