Phone: 02 8556 7558
5/88 Mountain St, Ultimo Sydney
Brett is a registered psychologist with AHPRA and member of the Australian Psychology Society, holding a Master of Professional Psychology. He draws on an extensive career working with migrants, youth, and people with different abilities and neurodiversity. Brett supports people of all ages to build their coping resources, improve confidence and find solutions to their individual challenges. Brett is passionate about supporting neurodivergent, LGBTIQ+ and culturally diverse people to find their voice and develop their personal resources to live full and meaningful lives. Brett is trained in clinical assessment and is able to support both adults and young people.Schedule an appointment
*Standard session times approximately 50 minutes
With Mental Health Treatment Plan referral
Employees Assistance programs
Brett is committed to delivering a diverse array of mental health services to address your specific needs. Whether you require assistance with individual challenges, relationship issues, or the well-being of your child or adolescent, Brett is well-equipped to provide support. Services encompass both in-person and telehealth therapy sessions for individuals. Child and adolescent services can assist young people and their families in navigating the complexities of emotions, coping and development. Brett is dedicated to promoting mental wellbeing and supporting positive changes in your life.
Brett takes pride in offering a wide range of wellness and mental health services designed to address individual needs and promote overall development. Whether you're dealing with stress or have experienced trauma, therapy can support you to regain emotional balance and reclaim your quality of life. Additionally, Brett provides psychological assessments services to gain a deeper understanding of your cognitive psychological functioning. Therapy is an invaluable resource that focuses on reintegration and strengthening the skills necessary for a fulfilling and meaningful life. Brett is committed to supporting you on your journey toward improved mental health and greater wellbeing.
Brett collaborates with primary care physicians to provide comprehensive care for patients. As a mental health specialist, Brett offers assessments, diagnoses, and specialised treatments for a wide range of emotional and psychological issues. The goal is to provide coordinated and effective care to address not only the physical but also the psychological and emotional needs of patients. If you're a primary care physician seeking specialised mental health support for your patients, Brett will work closely with you and provide effective, patient-centered treatment solutions.Schedule your appointment
Brett offers therapy services covered by WorkCover and Employee Assistance Programs. He understands that meaningful employment is critical to health and wellbeing. Therapy services include assessment and management of workplace stress and trauma, conflict resolution and employment rehabilitation management. Brett understand the importance of a healthy and productive work environment and is committed to helping promoting mental health in the workplace. If your company is seeking mental health services for employees or workplace counselling, Brett can provide effective and strategic solutions.Schedule an appointment
Answer: Therapy can be beneficial for anyone experiencing emotional or psychological difficulties. If you feel you are dealing with issues that affect your quality of life, therapy could be helpful.
Answer: Psychological therapy is a treatment process that can help you address emotional, behavioral, or relationship issues. A psychologist provides support, tools, and strategies to overcome challenges and improve your mental well-being.
Brett utilises a range of therapeutic approaches, including cognitive-behavioural therapy, mindfulness integrated cognitive therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. Brett is also ale to work with young people and their families to minimise self-harming behaviour. The approach is tailored to each individual’s needs.
Answer: The duration of treatment varies from person to person and their needs. Some sessions are short-term, while others may require more time. We will assess your progress together and adjust the plan as needed.
Yes, Brett accept some health insurance plans. You can check if your insurance covers my services by contacting your insurance company or by reaching out to me directly.
Answer: Therapy sessions typically last 50 minutes and are conducted confidentially. During the session, we will discuss your concerns and work together to explore solutions and strategies.
All therapy sessions are confidential. As a psychologist, Brett is legally obligated to maintain the privacy of your sessions, except in exceptional cases that require mandatory reporting.
Yes, Brett offers online therapy for the convenience of patients who cannot attend in-person sessions. Online therapy remains confidential and effective.
Answer: You can schedule an appointment by calling the phone number provided on this website or by using the contact form on the "Contact" page.
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