Prosper Health Collective - Booragoon


Prosper Health Collective - Booragoon

Practitioners at this location

Dr Caitlin Stark (nee Worrall)

Psychologist

Clinical Psychologist at Prosper Health Collective. As we go through life, we all face various challenges and difficulties that might make us feel stuck. I believe that during these times there is an opportunity for learning and growth. My role, as a psychologist, is to help you develop skills that you can put into practice, so that you feel able to face the challenges life throws at you. I have experience working with people from all walks of life, including, children, adolescents, adults, older adults, and families. I have experience with a range of mental health difficulties, including, depression, anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, phobias, relationship and social difficulties, stress, and parenting issues. I am registered with the Psychology Board of Australia, as well as a member of the Australian Psychological Society and the Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy. I have completed my Doctor in Philosophy – Clinical Psychology at Curtin University. I also have a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) from Curtin University. I aim to provide a warm, respectful, and collaborative space for us to achieve your goals. I use evidence-based therapeutic techniques, such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, which are client focused and tailored to the individual. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my family, travelling, and exploring the great outdoors with my german shepherd.

Dr Kellie Cassidy

Psychologist

Clinical Psychologist

Ebony Hanns

Speech Pathologist

Jason Leong

Psychologist

BSc. (Hon), MPsych (Clinical)
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Mr Ahelon Annathurai

Psychologist

Master of Psychology
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Mr Darren West

Psychologist

Over the past 20 years, I've been using my psychological background in various roles. Much of his early years were focused on families and young people, working with families ‘at risk’, young people experiencing difficulties transitioning from primary to high school and supporting prisoners and their families during their incarceration. From there, I worked as a drug and alcohol counsellor for 4 years and for the past 7 years, I have been a torture and trauma specialist counsellor and Coordinator at ASeTTS, working exclusively with refugees, asylum seekers and newly arrived entrants who have experienced torture and trauma.
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Mrs Julia Fraser

Psychologist

My name is Julia Fraser and I am a Counselling Psychologist at Prosper Health Collective. I completed my Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and Master of Psychology (Counselling) at Curtin University. I have enjoyed gaining experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of community and clinical settings. I have also supported young people and their families, particularly students with disabilities, in School Psychologist roles. I am passionate about helping people to overcome mental health and personal challenges, as well as assisting with self-development and personal growth. I aim to create a safe, non-judgemental therapeutic space and provide a collaborative approach in supporting clients to reach their goals. I enjoy working with people across the lifespan (children, adolescents, and adults) and strive to provide high-quality care to all clients. I draw on a variety of evidence-based psychological interventions such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy and Solution-Focused Therapy, tailoring the treatment to the individual’s presentation and needs. If you feel that I can be of assistance to you or your family, please contact the practice on 6381 0071.
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Ms Jenna Trainor

Psychologist

My name is Jenna and I am a Registered Psychologist at Cassidy Psychology. I have always had a desire to assist and support people through difficult circumstances or periods of their life. I love my job and am very passionate about the field of mental health. I have a deep appreciation for life and strive to have a genuine connection with my clients and their families as I know that this assists people in getting the best outcomes from treatment. I feel that being genuine and friendly is a key to making people feel relaxed and at ease when attending psychological treatment and reduces the stigma that can be attached to accessing support. I was drawn to be a psychologist because it fits with my core values of compassion and empathy. I have always been an outcomes focused person and I apply this to my work with clients to ensure that they address the goals that are a priority to them, to make advancements in areas they desire and to work in a respectful and ethical manner. I enjoy working across multiple areas of psychology supporting people across the lifespan (children, adolescents and adults). I prioritise making people feeling comfortable and supported without judgement. I enjoy working in various areas of mental health from perinatal and postnatal care, everyday presentations that impact people such as low mood, anxiety, stress, anger and sleep difficulties, to couples counselling and drug and alcohol difficulties. I started my career in the England prior to moving and calling Australia home. I completed my Bachelor of Science, Master of Science and Post-graduate certificate in the United Kingdom and am currently in the process of completing a Master of Science (Clinical Psychology) in Australia. Aside from my work I can often be found spending time with my family, friends and adorable dog Rufus (he is a west highland terrier). I feel extremely lucky to have such an incredible and loving family, humorous and supportive friends and a job that I absolutely adore. If you feel that I can be of assistance to you or your family, please contact me at the practice on 6381 0071.

Ms Karri Stewart

Psychologist

Clinical Psychologist
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Pek Lee

Psychologist

Psychologist

Rachael Beckley

Psychologist

I completed my Bachelor in psychology at the University of Western Australia and then travelled to Tasmania to complete my Master of Clinical Psychology. I works with clients across the lifespan across a broad range of presenting concerns.

Sophia Wiacek

Psychologist

I’d like to take this opportunity to introduce myself and a bit about my background. My name is Sophia and I am a Clinical Psychologist (Reg) at PHC. I’m a friendly and approachable person and most people find that I’m pretty straight down the line; what you see is what you get! Across my 15-year career, I’ve worked with all manner and breadth of client challenges. One thing I’ve consistently heard clients and colleagues say about me is that I’m easy to get along with because I’m non-judgemental and relaxed. My primary goal when I first meet a client is to put them at ease. One of my main priorities in the first few therapy sessions is to help my clients feel comfortable talking with me – particularly because I empathize and understand that many clients may initially be apprehensive about seeking support. In private practice I have predominantly worked with, and had an interest in the following clinical areas: personality disorders (mostly emotional unstable personality disorder), gender identity and sexuality issues, couples and family therapy, and the spectrum of anxiety and depressive disorders, including bipolar disorder. I have also worked with offenders who are before the Courts and with refugees in detention. I am very comfortable working with clients with a range of issues, especially those issues that may be on the more daunting side to confront in therapy. I am very down-the-line and direct in my approach, which seems to work well with clients, both new and long-term. I have worked for the past 15 years in adolescent mental health within the NGO space, predominantly with self-harm/ suicide prevention, and with anxiety and depressive disorders. I also previously worked in rehabilitation management within the Workers Compensation sector as well as for the Department of Human Services (Centrelink/DVA). When not at work, I enjoy outdoors time with my family, mindfulness meditation, and yoga. If you feel that I can be of assistance to you or your family, please contact me at the practice on 6381 0071.
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