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Dana has worked intensively as a Clinical Psychologist in complex adult mental health settings since 2009. She applies an integrated therapeutic approach which is tapered to individual client needs to ensure best practice is always adhered to on an individual level. She strives to work with each person exclusively, within all external and internal facets of their lives to promote improved global wellbeing. Dana developed the mission of Exclusive Wellbeing in 2007 and finally opened the doors of the practice in 2013. She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), APS College of Clinical Psychologists, Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA), and Association of Contextual Behavioural Sciences, and is an Honorary Associate of the University Of Sydney’s School of Psychology. Whilst working with a broad range of clients, presentations and difficulties, Dana has a special interest in working with trauma, complex PTSD and helping people develop themselves with difficulties beyond achieving just a cessation of symptoms. She works within a range of approaches including: Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT) Analytical psychotherapy Attachment-based psychotherapy Behaviour therapy Cognitive Behaviour therapy (CBT) Dialectical Behaviour therapy (DBT) Dynamic Deconstructive Psychotherapy (DDP) Existential therapy Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy Psychodynamic psychotherapy Relationship counselling Self Psychology Schema Therapy Solution Focused brief therapy Transference Focused Psychotherapy Alongside therapy, Dana offers a range of professional services including clinical supervision, professional development training, medico-legal assessments and reports, group therapy, EAP, and organisational consulting, workshops and training.