Psychologist Stuart Le Marseny specialises in promoting behavioural change to relieve stress and anxiety that is mutually beneficial to the client and those they interact with. Stuart has an extensive history working with adults and teenagers who have experienced significant Traumatic Events, Critical Life Incidents, anxiety, depression, grief, and loss, and people living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Stuart also specialises in Cross Cultural Psychology, he has lived and worked for almost a decade with people from many ethnicities and religions in several countries in the Asia Pacific region, working for the Red Cross, the United Nations (UN), and the World Health Organisation (WHO). Stuart provides psychological assistance to clients dealing with complex events, interacting with the legal and judicial systems, experiencing separation, family and custody disputes, recovery from addiction and those experiencing psychosis. Stuart provides outcome focused practice in accordance with the client’s goals and aspirations. Stuart currently holds several statutory government appointments to provide advice to government agencies which interact with, and review judicial and professional practices, ethics, and outcomes.