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Zach Raftery

Consultant Psychologist

As humans, none of us are perfect. We all have strengths and challenges. When considering making an appointment with a psychologist, it’s common to have feelings of apprehension and uncertainty. Lots of questions might run through your mind. Am I crazy? Am I broken? Do I need this? Seeking psychology is never, ever a declaration of failure. It is a recognition of an inner desire to hope for something more - because we all have the capacity to improve.

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Zach’s mission is to provide a warm, safe, and empathic space for his clients to consider and explore positive and values-driven change.

SPECIAL INTERESTS

Loss, grief, and bereavement
Coping with changes in mood and adjustment to difficult life circumstances
Burnout and stress
Self-esteem, resilience, and self-image
Interpersonal and social difficulties

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

Masters of Psychology (Counselling Psychology) at the University of Queensland

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Zach works from a person-centred framework, guided by the principles of acceptance, safety, unconditional positive regard, and empathy. He draws primarily from the Acceptance and Commitment (ACT) and Cognitive-Behavioural (CBT) therapeutic modalities in his work with clients. Zach works with clients across the lifespan, including primary-school aged children, high-school aged children, students, parents, young adults and older adults. He has worked clinically in a variety of occupational settings, including schools, disability and employment services, corrective services, a childhood trauma service, and in private practice. Zach has also been a member of the teaching staff at the Brisbane Academy of Musical Theatre, where he taught wellness, resilience, self-care and coping skills to young musical theatre performers. When he is not working at our clinic, Zach teaches counselling skills to masters students in postgraduate Counselling and Psychology programmes at UQ. He enjoys sushi, rainforests, video games, sleep, dumplings, and dogs.

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Meet the rest of the team

Clinical Psychologist

Meg enjoys meeting people, hearing their stories, and working together to create positive change.

Clinical Psychologist

Gillian is a compassionate and sensitive therapist who has witnessed the benefit that therapy can have when you engage in the process of personal exploration and professional support. Gillian is curious about personal resilience, the process of psychological growth and the behavioural patterns that we can’t resist.
Psychological concerns are human concerns and we all deserve to feel well and that requires someone to hear our concerns, someone to listen.

CEO & Founder, Clinical Psychologist

Peta enjoys the arts, particularly dancing, ballet and musical theatre, is an avid reader and huge Dr Seuss fan! Peta has 3 children and enjoys being active with them.

Psychologist

Tiah provides a warm and accepting space for her clients. It is important to her that each person feels heard, understood, and valued.

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OUR LOCATION

“Everyone deserves to feel better”

PROUDLY TRUSTED SINCE 2003

(07) 3378 9130
lilleyplace@lilleyplace.com.au
Indooroopilly Shopping Centre

Suite 9, Level 4, 322 Moggill Rd, Indooroopilly QLD 4068

OFFICE HOURS​

Monday: 8.00am – 5.00pm
Tuesday: 8.00am – 5.00pm
Wednesday: 8.00am – 7.30pm
Thursday: 8.00am – 7.30pm
Friday: 8.00am – 5.00pm
Saturday: 8.00am – 4.00pm
Sunday: Closed

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