Vitality Unleashed Psychology


Vitality Unleashed Psychology

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Ashley Gilmour

Psychologist

Phone07 5574 3888(Landline)

Phone07 5676 6522(Fax)

Ashley Gilmour is a fully qualified Clinical Psychologist, and has been the Founder & Principal of Vitality Unleashed Psychology since April 2013. Ashley completed her 4 years undergraduate Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) & her 2 years post-graduate Master of Psychology (Clinical) degrees at James Cook University. Ashley then went on to complete her 2-year Clinical Psychology Registrar training program with South West HealthCare Adult Psychiatric Services. Ashley has been a registered and practicing Psychologist since 2009. Throughout her training and career in clinical psychology, Ashley has obtained a wide variety of experience working with children, teens, & adults experiencing a range of presenting issues in a variety of settings. Ashley’s approach is warm, understanding, and empathetic. She is also professional and respectful. Ashley approaches each of her client’s concerns as an individual and takes the time to understand what is uniquely going on for each person she treats to guide how best to help them as quickly as possible. Ashley has a strong appreciation for, and interest in, the power of the human mind. Ashley also recognises that humans are highly powerful in that we have the medicine within ourselves to heal from and move through whatever challenges we may be facing. Ashley’s passion is to support people with psychological techniques to move through their emotional and psychological difficulties and into a space of happiness, empowerment, and wellbeing so that they can have the Freedom to Flourish.
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Grace Chalmers

Dietitian

Phone07 5574 3888(Landline)

Phone07 5676 6522(Fax)

Grace is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian that provides dietetic services for a wide range of issues including: disordered eating behaviours and eating disorders (eg anorexia, bulimia, binge eating), weight loss, weight gain, as well as a wide range of chronic health issues including cardiovascular (eg, cholesterol, heart attacks, stroke), diabetes, thyroid issues, cancers, PCOS, endometriosis, male & female fertility, fatigue and mental health issues including depression, anxiety, and more. Enquire today about how Grace might be able to help you.
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Hannah Jeffers

Psychologist

Phone07 5574 3888(Landline)

Phone07 5676 6522(Fax)

Hannah is a warm and welcoming registered Psychologist and sees clients of all ages and backgrounds, including the LGBTQI and disability community. Her approach to mental health is person-centred, through Positive Psychology. She works holistically with the client and other health professionals when needed, to achieve best outcomes for each individual client. Hannah has experience with clients with significant and chronic depression and anxiety, complex behavioural difficulties, ASD, ADHD, gender dysphoria, a range of personality disorders, substance use disorder, dissociative identity disorder, and schizophrenia amongst others. She has a special interest in working with clients with a history of trauma and PTSD, attachment disorder, and grief. She also has a particular interest in Personality Disorders, be that working with clients who have been diagnosed, or those affected by a loved one who has been diagnosed. Hannah is also an animal lover and is a Certified Animal Assisted Therapist with her best friend, a red kelpie named Dio! She has completed a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours), is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS).
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Katy Vidler

Psychologist

Phone07 5574 3888(Landline)

Phone07 5676 6522(Fax)

Clinical Psychologist with experience in assessing, diagnosing and treating a wide range of mental health issues amongst children, adolescents and adults. Experienced in both individual and group therapy, with a specialty in the use of mindfulness, Katy works within the principles of mindfulness, non-judgement & curiosity, mind-body wholism, self-responsibility, self-empowerment, acceptance & commitment, and intention & gratitude, as she collaborates with clients towards their desired therapeutic goals in creating a fulfilling, meaningful, and joyful life. Katy’s approach is wholistic, integrating findings from the fields of Neuroscience and Empirically Supported Therapy research. She draws on Developmental Psychology, Attachment Theory, Psychodynamic Theory & Personality Development, Mindfulness–Based approaches, Somatic & Sensorimotor Processing approaches and Cognitive & Behavioural approaches in her work with clients. Katy is experienced in working with a range of presenting issues including generalised anxiety, social anxiety, obsessive-compulsive presentations, specific phobias, adjustment to illness, injury & chronic pain, adjustment to life crises, grief & loss work, depression, stress and post-traumatic stress. She views these presenting issues as normal adaptations to life’s experiences, that signal a need for change. She also assists clients with self-knowledge work, especially when clients feel “lost” or “stuck”, and has much experience assisting introverts and highly sensitive people to understand their unique needs and assertively set healthy boundaries to enhance their lives. In addition to her clinical training, Katy has extensive training in mindfulness-based somatic methods with the Hakomi Institute, having graduated from both their three year professional training in the Hakomi Method, as well completing their advanced relationships training “Experiential Misidentification” course. Katy is always seeking further learning and professional development.
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Sandra Fuchs

Psychologist

Phone07 5574 3888(Landline)

Phone07 5676 6522(Fax)

Sandra is gentle, warm and accepting in her approach. She sees clients of all ages and is committed to providing a space where clients feel safe and comfortable to disclose their unique challenges. Her passion lies in supporting and empowering individuals to heal, develop insight and adapt by offering the skills to master their experiences, thoughts, feelings, relationships and problems in healthier ways. Ultimately, Sandra aims to assist clients to become their own practitioner so they can create positive changes in their lives. Sandra is a registered psychologist and has experience in working with clients of various ages, cultures and backgrounds. Her special interests are depression, anxiety, adjustment, grief and loss, relationship challenges, stress, anger, low self-esteem, parenting support, and chronic pain. While she tailors treatments to individuals, she draws from evidence-based approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Interpersonal Therapy. Sandra completed a Master of Professional Psychology at the Australian Catholic University, a Graduate Diploma of Psychological Science at Bond University, and a Bachelor of Psychology at Monash University. Sandra is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS).
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Stefanie Pallmert

Psychologist

Phone07 5574 3888(Landline)

Phone07 5676 6522(Fax)

Stefanie is a registered Psychologist with a warm and caring nature. Stefanie sees children, adolescents, and adults with various backgrounds and presenting difficulties. She always aims to provide a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental environment to work with the client in improving their overall quality of life. Her approach is person-centered and focuses on the client’s strengths to positively work towards their goals and ambitions. Stefanie has experience in formally assessing and treating those across the lifespan with anxiety and depressive disorders, personality disorders, trauma, developmental disorders such as ASD and ADHD, and working with the parents and family of those affected by a mental health diagnosis. She aims to go beyond treating the symptoms to influence and motivate lifelong change. Stefanie has a special interest in working with children and adolescents who have experienced trauma or have attachment disorders, have a developmental diagnosis (ASD/ADHD), or experience depression and anxiety. She is also passionate in working with the parents of these clients to collaboratively develop parenting strategies and work towards gaining a shared understanding of their child’s experiences. Stefanie has completed a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) and a Master of Clinical Psychology. She is currently undergoing her Clinical Endorsement Program and is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
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