Rosewood Clinic


Rosewood Clinic

Practitioners at this location

Bilyana Riley

Psychologist

Clinical psychologist with experience in public, private and NFP sectors, as well a corporate insurance environments. Skilled in assessment of psychopathology, diagnosis, psychological treatment, medico legal report writing and consultation and training to public, private end corporate clients. Commonly assess and treat all anxiety based disorders, including PTSD, trauma, OCD, mood disorders, personality disorders, suicidal ideation, relationship issues, stress (professional and otherwise), phobias, eating disorders and self improvement, among other problems. I use evidence based treatment, including CBT, psychodynamic, Acceptance and Commitment therapy, mindfulness approaches and solution focused.

Consultation Room 1 Downstairs

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Phone0409 959 577(Mobile)

Casual room bookings for the consultation / office on ground floor. Smaller room.
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Consultation Room 2 Downstairs

Other

Phone0409 959 577(Mobile)

Casual room bookings for the consultation / treatment room on ground floor. Has motorised treatment table.
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Consultation Room 7 Upstairs

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Phone0409 959 577(Mobile)

Casual room bookings for the consultation / office upstairs. Note that this room is on the 1st floor accessible via a set of stairs so may not be suitable for elderly / disabled clients. Has a couch.
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Mr Roby Singh

Remedial massage therapist

MRS Juliana Choi- Aiken

Acupuncturist

Dr Juliana C-Aiken is a positive, friendly, and multi-disciplined Chinese Medicine Practitioner who practices acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, and remedial massage. Her treatment philosophy is to balance the function of the internal organs, to improve her patients' quality of life and enable them to return to health and everyday activities. She is knowledgeable in cancer treatment support, general emotional disorders such as anxiety, depression, stress, insomnia and infertility and women’s issues. Juliana also has a special interest in the management of acute and chronic body pain, digestive issues, low immunity, cosmetic acupuncture, weight loss and quitting smoking. Juliana has studied both Chinese and western medicine degrees, completing her Bachelor of traditional Chinese medicine from Western Sydney University and Nanjing University, and a Master of Medicine from the University of Sydney majoring in cancer and palliative care. She gained her extensive clinical experience from the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney, various nursing homes and non-profit organizations in Victoria and New South Wales, as well as completing her Chinese medicine internship at the Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of TCM in China. Alongside her clinical practice, Juliana has a keen interest in Continuing her medical research in the areas of cancer and food as medicine. Outside of medicine, she enjoys making dumplings and socializing at multicultural events. Juliana is a member of RACGP, IASP and AACMA. A doctor can save maybe a few hundred lives in a lifetime. A researcher can save the whole world. —Craig Venter-

Ms Akriti Shrestha

Psychologist

Akriti Shrestha (Aki) is a registered General Psychologist with a Masters in Psychology (Counselling Psychology). She has had experience working in both private and public communities with families and individuals, regarding complex situations pertaining to trauma, abuse, neglect, and family violence. She has worked with individuals of all age groups- from teenagers to older adults. She has also had experience completing Intelligence tests for children and has successfully conducted parenting programs aimed at helping parents of teenagers. Aki works from a client-centered perspective and draws from a range of evidence based therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness-based approaches and Solution Focused Therapy, Interpersonal Process Therapy, Trauma-based Therapy, and Schema therapy. Aki is committed to working alongside clients using various approaches to suit the unique needs of the clients and discover the best possible outcome for the client. In addition to English, she is also fluent in Hindi and Nepali languages.

Ms Lien (Lily) Phan

Psychologist

Lien (Lily) is a registered psychologist in Victoria, Australia. She is warm and engaging, and works with the best interests of the client in mind, guided by their individual strengths and needs, whilst respecting their values, resources, and capacity for choice.

Ms Shirley Robert

Psychologist

Shirley is a registered psychologist with a wide range of local and international experience, working with clients across the lifespan. She has worked in different setting like hospitals, private practice and community work. Her diverse background enables her to connect with clients from different cultural backgrounds. Shirley believes that therapy provides a safe space to deeply reflect and reframe experiences and issues that could foster positive growth. Shirley is passionate about creating that safe space for the individual using empathy and compassion and focusing on building strong therapeutic relationships. Shirley uses various therapies like CBT, ACT and incorporate aspects of different therapy modalities like Gestalt, Psychodrama, Humanistic in her sessions. Her interests include attachment issues, trauma work, mood disorders, relationship issues, eating disorders and personality disorders.

Ms Uyen (Winnie) Pham

Psychologist

Winnie sees clients with a broad range of presenting issues including anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, family violence, sexual assaults, pain management, grief, trauma, PTSD, and is experienced working with refugees. She is able to provide counselling services in English as well as Vietnamese and works with children, youth, and adults. She has more than 12 years experience and practice, and began her psychology career as a counsellor with the Victorian Aboriginal Health Services. Winnie has knowledge and skills working with a wide range of age groups including, children, youth, adults, and the elderly. Winnie offers clients strategies that facilitate change and empower their potential by drawing on a range of psychological approaches such as, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Existential, Narrative Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) and Solution Focused Therapy (SFT). Winnie brings a sense of compassion, humour, respect and honesty to her work and is passionate about helping individuals to overcome and transition through challenges, particularly at critical and vulnerable stages of their lives.