Psychological Services

 
we’re here to listen, and help you live your fullest life.
— anna bednarek, principal clinical psychologist
  • Management of eating disorders (Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder, and body image difficulties)

  • Management of anxiety disorders (such as Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, Generalised Anxiety Disorder/worry)

  • Management of Major Depression, Bipolar Disorder & Dysthymia

  • Personality Disorders and self-esteem difficulties

  • Affect dysregulation and managing self-harm

  • Communication and assertiveness training

  • Managing grief and loss

  • Stress management

  • Managing sleep difficulties

  • Managing gambling difficulties

 
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clinical supervision

With over 15 years experience working with clients as a Clinical Psychologist in a variety of settings, Anna Bednarek offers professional supervision to psychologists and other mental health professionals.  

Anna is a Psychology Board of Australia approved supervisor for Clinical Psychology registrars completing their 1-2 year registrar programme, as well as being eligible to be an external supervisor for provisional psychologists completing the 4+2 and 5+1 internship programmes. 

She is also a member of Clinical College of the Australian Psychological Society, and as such can offer supervision sessions which contribute to Clinical College membership.

Anna has also completed supervision training with Michael Carroll from the Centre for Supervision Training (2012) and with Christine Senediak (2012), and is experienced in providing both individual and group supervision sessions. She is passionate about the provision of good supervision, and about facilitating a process which contributes to thriving as therapists.

 

Skype sessions

We have found that conducting sessions via Skype can be very effective, and a great way to make psychological support more accessible.

Skype sessions are available for clients who relocate or are travelling overseas, who live or work a long distance from our practice, or who live in remote / rural communities.