Reflect Health - Roslyn Road (Geelong)


Reflect Health - Roslyn Road (Geelong)

Practitioners at this location

Adrienne Currie

Psychologist

Dr Dom Harris(He/him)

GP (General Practitioner)

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Dr Erin Wookey

Psychiatrist

Dr Jossy Antony

Psychiatrist

Director of Reflect Health Consultant Psychiatrist at Reflect Health Telehealth and at Belmont clinic
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Dr Michelle Hannah

Psychologist

Michelle is a psychologist (Clinical Pyschology Registrar) with experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in private practice, community-based mental health services, and school psychology settings. Michelle is trained in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment interventions for individuals with a range of difficulties with mental health and wellbeing. Her areas of interest include mood and anxiety disorders, relationship and interpersonal issues, grief and loss, adjustment issues, trauma, culture, women's mental health and adult ADHD. She is committed to a compassionate, collaborative, non-judgemental, and culturally sensitive approach with all clients. Michelle incorporates a range of evidence-based therapeutic approaches, tailored to each client’s presenting difficulties, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Schema Therapy, Attachment-based Psychotherapy, Mindfulness-based Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Play-Based Therapy with children. Michelle is a fully registered psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), and also holds a doctorate in Anthropology.
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Dr Sarah Burrowes(She/her)

GP (General Practitioner)

Dr Sarah Burrowes is a mental health GP who works in 3 areas: assessment and management of mental health symptoms and conditions, psychological therapy (Focused Psychological Strategies), and assessment and treatment of ADHD in adults Sarah is the ‘mental health GP’ and if applicable, the ‘GP for ADHD’ for her patients. Her patients need to have another GP attending to their physical health needs and coordinating their health care, as she no longer provides general GP care. Sarah has many years’ experience working in mental health services, Aboriginal health services, and general practice clinics, has an interest in providing mental health care for LGBTIQ people and people with neurodevelopmental conditions.
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Dr Thinzar Phyo

Psychiatrist

Dr Thinzar Phyo is a fellow of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatry (FRANZCP). She has become a psychiatrist after completing her psychiatric training under Barwon and Mercy Health. She also works in Public Mental Health Services in Western Melbourne Region. Dr Thinzar Phyo has special interests in psychosis, mood disorder, general anxiety and trauma- related disorders.
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Jossy Antony

Psychiatrist

Mr Joshua Mclean

Social Worker

Mrs Sandy Burnett

Psychologist

Hi there, my name is Sandra – a Clinical Psychologist and psychedelic-assisted therapist. My specialist area is trauma therapy. My commitment is to guide you through a healing process. My therapeutic approach is warm and infused with playful energy. Placing you at the heart of our journey together, I blend this personalised care with the gold standard of evidence-based practices, ensuring your transformation is both nurturing and grounded.
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Mrs Sefronia Oakes

Nurse Practitioner

Sefronia Oakes is a Nurse Practitioner and Credentialed Mental Health Nurse. She has worked with adults and adolescents across acute, community and prison mental health services. With expertise in depression, anxiety, PTSD, AOD, and personality disorders and a special interest in ADHD. Sefronia's interest, knowledge and experience in working with ADHD makes her exceptionally liked by her ADHD coaching clients.
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Nkosinomusa Napier

Nurse Practitioner

As a Nurse Practitioner with over 10 years specialty experience in Alcohol & Other Drugs (AOD)/Addiction and Mental Health, Nomusa has worked in everything from Community Health and Prisons facilities to Residential Detox Centres. A big part of her role has been in undertaking comprehensive assessments, diagnostic testing, dual-diagnosis, therapeutic treatment planning, prescribing and referral/collaboration. Nomusa has had a special interest in studying alternative therapies ACT, DBT and providing Trauma Informed care to enable a compassionate practice approach that is unique, holistic, and completely tailored to the individuals Biopsychosocial needs. Recently a credentialed Mental Health Nurse, Nomusa is able to better assist those with both substance use and mental health issues. Born in Zimbabwe, Nkosinomusa Napier (Nomusa) migrated to New Zealand in 2003. She graduated from Universal College of Learning (Gisborne Campus) in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree of Nursing. Part of her placements were done in a Mental Health unit and medical ward where she met patients with Dual Diagnosis and became passionate about Drug and Alcohol, and Mental Health Nursing. In 2010, Nomusa completed her Postgraduate Certificate in Public Health Sciences with a specialisation in Drug and Alcohol. Soon, she Immigrated to Australia and worked in Swan Hill as a Home-Based withdrawal and Pharmacotherapy Nurse. During her time in Swan Hill, she completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Drug and Alcohol with Turning Point. In 2014, she left Swan Hill and joined Correctional Health Nursing (Prison) in Castlemaine where she took on a role as a Clinical Nurse Specialist (AOD and Associate Health Services Manager) supporting patients who were transitioning from Methadone to Suboxone and to LAIB. She has since worked at a Residential withdrawal unit at Bendigo Community Health and thoroughly enjoy her time in this dynamic and challenging environment. In 2019 she graduated from RMIT with a Postgraduate Diploma in Mental Health Nursing with a decision to take her skill even further and since completed Master in Nursing (Nurse Practitioner) with Edith Cowan University.

Samir Demyati

Psychologist