Our Team

Our Team of Clinical and General Psychologists

Beth Andrew Psychologist Registrar at Counselling in Melbourne

Beth Andrew

Psychologist Registrar

BA(Psych); Hons(Psych); MPsych(Clinical)

Poorni Selvaraja - Psychologist at Counselling in Melbourne

Poorni Selvaraja

Psychologist Registrar

BA(Psych); Hons(Psych); MPsych(Clinical)

June Chia - Registered Psychologist at Counselling in Melbourne

June Chia

Psychologist

MAPS FCCOUNP; MPsych (Couns); BPsych;

Amelia Cambrell - Counselling in Melbourne Psychologist

Amelia Cambrell

Psychologist & Counsellor

BA; BSc (Hons); M Psych (Counselling); Dip Clin Hypnotherapy

Dr Malcolm Winstanley-Cross - Psychologist at Counselling in Melbourne

Dr Malcolm Winstanley-Cross

Psychologist

BA (Hons) Psychology, MA (Hons) Clinical Psychology, PhD

About us

All psychologists must be registered with the Psychology Board of Australia (PBA) overseen by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), meeting high standards in education, training, supervised practice, ethical and professional standards, and ongoing professional development.

Our psychologists with general registration have a minimum of six years of undergraduate and post-graduate university training and supervised experience and build on that every year with ongoing education to keep their skills and knowledge up to date. All our psychologists are experts with supplementary skills, experience and training in particular areas of interest and expertise.

All our psychologists use evidence-based psychological approaches customised to suit each individual, situation, issue or challenge. While general psychologists have qualifications in clinical, counselling or forensic areas of practice they have not registered in a specialised area of practice.

Where appropriate, Medicare rebates are available via mental health care plan referrals for all our psychologists. Private health insurance rebates may also apply.

Areas of practice

Some psychologists commit to specialising in a particular area of practice with an additional period of supervised experience following their post-graduate university training. Their registration reflects this with an area of practice endorsement reflected in their title (such as counselling psychologist, forensic psychologist or clinical psychologist).

The Outcome; by sharing troubles, exploring options, discussing strategies, developing a plan, building support, eliciting clarity and encouraging strengths are some of the functions of counselling. Our team of Clinical and General Psychologists are there to support and assist you to understand more fully the difficulties you are experiencing.

We all deserve clarity, self-confidence and well-being in our daily lives. We can help, we will listen.

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