Evaluating for and diagnosing psychiatric disorders and/or psychopathology.
Challenges of life, including life stage changes and addiction.
Personal development and growth.
Personal mental health concerns, including depression and anxiety.
Difficulties in intimate, social, work and family relationships.
Grief and trauma – partner violence, sexual abuse, rape, death and dread disease
Sexuality and gender diversity issues, including LGBT concerns
Supporting patients and their families when it comes to processing and managing psychiatric illness, psychopathology and/or other forms of psychological distress.
Specific types of therapy including addiction therapy, family therapy, couple therapy and relationship counselling.
Psychotherapy for specific psychiatric disorders including DBT, CBT and exposure therapy.
Psychoeducation of patients and their families/friends.
Referring patients to appropriate professionals should further assessments and/or interventions be required.