Lee is a Registered Psychologist with experience in a variety of settings including hospitals, schools, community mental health and disability support services. He is currently completing a PhD in the area of social and psychological adjustment to brain tumour and has close ties with both hospital and community cancer support services. Lee enjoys taking the time to understand a person’s experience, and draws on principles of character strengths and resilience when working with people experiencing illness or major life transitions. He uses a warm and collaborative approach to therapy whilst providing evidence-based support and intervention to help people improve their wellbeing.
Clinical Psychology Registrar
“Deep understanding is, I believe, the most precious gift one can give to another.”
- Carl R Rogers
Tali provides a warm, accepting, and safe, space meeting you wherever you are at in your journey towards a more meaningful life. She is passionate about working collaboratively with her clients to achieve their goals and positive changes through a combination of evidence-based practice and feedback-informed, individually-tailored therapy as she acknowledges that no two people are the same. Above all, it is important to Tali that her clients feel heard and valued.
• Anxiety, stress, and depression across the lifespan
• Child and adolescent anxiety and behavioural difficulties
• Life transitions and adjustment (e.g,, to university/work)
• Trauma-related distress
• Personality and problematic patterns of behaviour
• Cognitive, learning and diagnostic assessments (e.g., ADHD, ASD)