Psychologists

Our psychologists are:

Kylie Darley, Psychologist 
BPsych (Uni SA); Post Grad Dip Psych (Monash); Assoc. Dip Children’s Services

Kylie has experience in working with children, adolescents and adult services. Having a special interest in anxiety, depression, PTSD, behavioural issues, relationship issues as well as grief and loss. She also specialises in NDIS patients and assessment, Workcover and Motor Vehicle accident clients. Kylie utilises a number of therapies including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Motivational interviewing

Gavin Giles, Psychologist
BA (Hons), MPsych (Clin), MAPS

Introducing Mr Gavin Giles, Registered Psychologist to our Psychology Practice.

Gavin holds a Masters In Clinical Psychology and has been a practicing and registered Psychologist for 30 years. Specialist skills in General Adult, Rehabilitation and Workcover. Gavin is an expert in all facets of Psychological Treatment methods, with particular expertise in Cognitive-Behaviour and Mindfulness to adult clients.

You will find Gavin is friendly and professional to achieve client outcomes.

Amanda Haselgrove, Psychologist
BBehavSc (Hons), GradCertLGTC, MPsych (Clin), MAPS, AMACPA

Amanda is keen to see adults with varying presenting concerns, and tailor assessment/treatment approaches to client needs using best evidence-based practice. She has experience in treating depression, anxiety (generalised or social), post-traumatic stress disorder, panic, eating binges, obsessive/perfectionistic compulsions, anger, stress, grief and loss, cancer related concerns, and suicidal thinking. Amanda also has research experience in posttraumatic stress disorder, depression, and moral injury in military personnel, in addition to her own previous employment experience as a soldier and police officer, so she can understand some of the specific challenges faced by those working in these roles.

Gilles Hammond, Psychologist
BA (Ottawa), Grad Dip Adol & Child Psych (Melb)

Gilles is experienced in organisational psychology. Gilles has a special interest in complex injuries, pain management, chronic pain, trauma, rehabilitation from workplace / motor vehicle injuries, workplace bullying and harassment and victims of crime. Gilles also sees adolescents and adults with depression and anxiety.  Gilles offers therapy in French for French clients.

Sarah Kordick, Clinical Psychology Registrar
BSc/BPsych, BPsych (Hons), MPsych (Clin)

Sarah has experience working with parents, couples, children, groups and individuals.  She has a special interest in depression, anxiety, perinatal mental health, grief, and loss, parenting issues, behavioural problems, addiction, relationship problems, interpersonal issues, managing emotions, anger management, sleep problems and motivational issues.  Sarah integrates a range of approaches including Cognitive Behavioural therapy (CBT), narrative therapy, Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT) and Motivational Interviewing.

Dr Don Tustin, Clinical Psychologist
BA Hons, MA (Wellington), PhD (Auckland)

Don has a special interest in family law, parenting, assessment of parenting capacity and separation issues.   Don accepts referrals from family court, lawyers and the Department of Child Protection.

Ask our receptionist who will suit you best according to your circumstances.