Arise Clinical Psychology- Parry Street


Arise Clinical Psychology- Parry Street

Practitioners at this location

Dr Kath Boekamp

Psychologist

Kath Boekamp is a Clinical Psychologist and is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia and is a Member of the Institute of Clinical Psychologists & the Australian Clinical Psychologists Association. Kath has experience working in a variety of clinical settings within the public and private sector, in particular those specialising in Youth Mental Health Assessment and Treatment. She provides evidence-based treatments depending on the person’s needs. She uses a number of psychological approaches based on her training dependent on the suitability for the client and the situation. These include, but are not limited to: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Schema Therapy, Behavioural Activation, Metacognitive Therapy and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy & Eye-Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing (EMDR). Areas of interest include: Anxiety disorders (Panic, GAD, OCD and specific) Mood disorders Low self-esteem and assertiveness issues Relationship difficulties Perfectionism Personality issues Supervision of 5:1 Psychologists, as well as Registrars and Masters Students Admin (at) arisecp.com.au PLEASE NOTE: Saturday and Evening (5pm) appts are $20 more expensive than weekday appts. NEW Clients please contact Dr Boekamp either by phone or by Email.
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Tamika Reid

Psychologist

Tamika is a warm, caring, and bright Provisional Psychologist who brings support and positivity to help her clients who may be struggling with life stresses and changes, school/work, and the impacts of depression and anxiety. Tamika has a passion for helping people reach their full potential by focusing on the individual needs of each client to customise a fit-for-purpose approach, as her intent is to gain experience across a variety of therapeutic approaches. Her approach is consistently kind, calm, compassionate, ultimately ensuring a safe and non-judgmental environment. As Tamika has recently joined the practice and expanded her diary, she is able to see new clients who require an appointment more urgently. Tamika holds a provisional registration, which means that she has completed her studies and is working under the supervision of our Clinic Director as well as another Director of a Psychology practice. She holds a Bachelor of Psychology (Hons) from Curtin University in Western Australia. Tamika enjoys working with clients of all ages to support them with: Depression Anxiety Stress/burnout Peri-Natal related areas Career guidance, workplace stress; Social relationships Tamika has appointments available Mondays 12.30 – 5pm, Tuesdays 9am – 1pm, and Wednesdays 9am – 1pm. Tamika is currently accepting new clients.
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Temily Cao

Psychologist

Temily is a Clinical Psychologist (Registrar) who has worked with clients from diverse backgrounds across a range of clinical contexts. Temily has supported adolescents and adults around issues relating to depression, anxiety, substance use, obsessive-compulsive disorder, symptoms of trauma and post-traumatic stress, perfectionism, interpersonal difficulties, problematic anger/aggression, and difficulties with self-assertion. Temily has been trained in the formal assessment and reporting of cognitive functioning, criminal risk, and criminal injury. Temily’s approach to therapy is based on the philosophy that sooner or later, most people struggle to meet the demands of life and could use a safe and supportive space within which to explore and work through difficulties. Her therapeutic treatment strategies are evidence-based, person-tailored, and draw from a variety of psychological paradigms. In addition to helping clients manage and reduce distress, Temily focuses on (and works to foster) client strengths. She is dedicated to helping individuals gain greater self-efficacy, additional problem-solving skills, and an improved quality of life. Temily has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Western Australia, a Master of Professional Psychology from Monash University, and a Master of Psychology (Clinical) from Curtin University of Technology. She was the recipient of a Dean's Award for academic achievement and the co-author of a research paper on theories of suicidality published in the Journal of Experimental Psychopathology. Therapeutic Techniques: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Behavioural Activation Schema Therapy EMDR She has an interest in Dialectical Behavioural Therapy and is looking to pursue formal training for these intervention strategies. Interests Include: Anxiety disorders Trauma-related difficulties Mood disorders Interpersonal and relationship issues Difficulties regulating and managing strong emotions (e.g., distress management) Difficulties enforcing or maintaining healthy interpersonal boundaries/asserting one’s rights