KCPSYCH NUNDAH


KCPSYCH NUNDAH

Practitioners at this location

Jasmin Singh

Psychologist

Jasmin is heavily booked, please call our office on 32566320 to find the next available appointment.

Ms Barb Gonda

Psychologist

Barb is a Registered Psychologist. An initial consultation with Barb is $205 with subsequent sessions $175 per session. If you have a mental health care plan, the Medicare rebate is $86.15. Cancelling within 24 hours attracts a $66.00 cancellation fee. When booking this appointment online you are agreeing to the terms of service stated above. If you are under financial hardship, please contact our clinic for available practitioners who may offer concessional or bulk bill appointments on 32566320. If you can't find an appointment time suitable please contact our office on (07) 3256 6320. The absence of information here does not mean Barb does not work with other clients. Please contact our office on the above number for more information.

Tim Jauncey

Psychologist

Tim is a Clinical Psychologist. An initial consultation with Tim is $230 with subsequent sessions $205 per session. If you have a mental health care plan, the medicare rebate is $86.15. Cancelling within 24 hours attracts a $66 cancellation fee. When booking this appointment online you are agreeing to the terms of service stated above. If you are under financial hardship, please contact our clinic for available practitioners who may offer concessional or bulk bill appointments on 32566320. If you can't find an appointment time suitable please contact our office on (07) 3256 6320. The absence of information here does not mean Tim does not work with other clients. Please contact our office on the above number for more information.

Dr Wei Wang

Psychologist

Wei is a Registered Psychologist. An initial consultation with Wei is $205 with subsequent sessions $175 per session. If you have a mental health care plan, the medicare rebate is $86.15. Cancelling within 24 hours attracts a $66 cancellation fee + GST. When booking this appointment online you are agreeing to the terms of service stated above. If you are under financial hardship, please contact our clinic for available practitioners who may offer concessional or bulk bill appointments on 32566320. If you can't find an appointment time suitable please contact our office on (07) 3256 6320. The absence of information here does not mean Wei does not work with other clients. Please contact our office on the above number for more information. Wei holds a PhD in psychology and worked as an academic for many years before he started on the path to put the theories into practice working in the private sector as a generalist psychologist (registered since 1997). Wei provides individual psychological assessment and treatment to children, teens and adults for a range of presenting issues. He also facilitates group programs on a range of topics, but has a special interest in running groups for children, parents and families on emotional health, resilience and wellbeing. Wei is interested in the psychological therapy techniques of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and mindfulness. He has experience in providing school-based early intervention and prevention programs to children. He also has a special interest in helping people from other cultures deal with the stress involved with adapting to new and unfamiliar environments. Wei is eligible to provide services under Medicare, NDIS, DVA, Workcover, and many Employee Assistance Program (EAP) providers. Wei has appointments available at Nundah.

Dr Alessia Coelho

Psychologist

Dr Alessia is heavily booked, please call the practice on 32566320 to find the first available appointment.

Chantal Slor

Psychologist

Chantal is a Psychologist. An initial consultation with Chantal is $205 and subsequently $175 per session. If you have a mental health care plan, the medicare rebate is $86.15. Cancelling within 24 hours attracts a $66.00 cancellation fee. When booking this appointment online you are agreeing to the terms of service stated above. If you are under financial hardship, please contact our clinic for available practitioners who may offer concessional or bulk bill appointments on 32566320. If you can't find an appointment time suitable please contact our office on (07) 3256 6320. The absence of information here does not mean Chantal does not work with other clients. Please contact our office on the above number for more information.

Ms Brittany Safonoff

Psychotherapist

Lindy Devenish

Psychologist

Lindy is heavily booked. Please call the clinic on 32566320 for first available appointment.

Joshua King

Psychologist

Emma Jephcott

Psychologist

Lea Ser

Psychologist

Lea Ser - Psychologist (special interest in children, adolescents and families) BSc (HONS) NDIS Provider, ADOS and Developmental Assessment Qualifications: Lea has completed a Bachelor of Psychological Sciences at the University of Queensland and is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). Lea has worked in diverse settings including not-for-profit organisations, within school-based programs and private practice. Lea works with children and adults. Approach to Therapy: Lea believes in working collaboratively with her client within a client-centered approach to achieve their goals. Within sessions she forms a tailored treatment plan for the client that includes different techniques and therapies that are evidenced in research to be effective. Lea believes in helping clients to develop knowledge and skills that can continue to be utilised effectively throughout life. Main Areas of Interest: Lea has experience working with mood disorders such as anxiety and depression, Obsessive Compulsive disorder and perfectionistic traits, behaviour problems and social difficulties, experiences of bullying and learning difficulties, developing confidence and self-esteem, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Lea also has experience assessing behavioural, social, emotional and learning difficulties for school-aged children through to young adults. Anxiety and Depression – Lea has a special interest in working with individuals who are experiencing anxiety or depression, or both. A change in mood is a normal experience, but sometimes it can have a great impact on our everyday life and if left untreated may also cause avoidance and fear of people and places. Lea works with the client to understand what they are experiencing and why, and learn how to manage and overcome these difficulties. Behaviour Problems and Learning Difficulties – Lea has substantial working experience in providing parents and individuals with support around understanding behaviour problems and what may have caused them. She works with clients and their family to utilise different strategies to better manage and resolve complex behaviours that may be impacting the individual’s ability to learn, socialise and regulate their behaviour and emotions. Lea also has experience in conducting cognitive assessments with children and young people to help them to better understand how they learn and what may be impacting their ability to learn, as well as identifying any learning disorders that may be present. Social Difficulties and Bullying – Lea has a special interest in supporting individuals with developing their social skills, managing interpersonal conflict and school and workplace bullying. She works with clients to manage these experiences, including learning practical skills, as well as providing support around the impact of the bullying including enhancing self-confidence and self-esteem, and learning to manage and overcome associated anxiety or depression. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Autism Spectrum Disorder – Lea has substantial working experience in diagnosing and treating ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder. These diagnoses can vary in presentation for each client, and Lea understands the importance of learning about each client individually and tailoring a treatment program to suit their individual needs. Intervention can include support around developing emotion literacy and emotion regulation skills, challenging rigid thinking patterns and engaging in perspective taking, developing social skills and managing interpersonal conflict, and practical strategies to manage hyperactivity, difficulties with focus and hyper-reactivity to sensory input.