Juliette is a registered Clinical Psychologist, currently based in Victoria Park. Juliette has over ten years experience working therapeutically with adults, adolescents and couples.
A graduate of Murdoch University, Juliette is now a Member of the Australian Psychological Society Clinical College.
Juliette works with clients presenting with a wide range of issues, including:
- Anxiety disorders
- Relationship distress
- Couples therapy
- Sexuality difficulties
- Gender identity and gender transitioning
Juliette’s therapeutic approach is to provide a safe and non-judgemental environment for people to explore the difficulties they are facing. This includes working with clients to develop greater insight into their own behaviour, and to better understand their relationships.
Increasing self-awareness is a key aspect of Juliette’s practice. This enables clients to address their current issues as well as provide a framework for overcoming future challenges.
To ensure her therapeutic approach remains flexible and contemporary, Juliette regularly attends seminars and interest group meetings. Her practice is informed by the following models:
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Schema Therapy
- Attachment Theory
- Psychodynamic Therapy
Dr Vivienne Cass, an experienced clinician and author in gender and sexuality, supervised Juliette during her studies.
Making an appointment
Appointments can be made by phone (0419 968 036) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. While a referral is not required, clients with a Mental Health Care plan from their GP are eligible to receive a rebate of $128.40 per session (up to 20 in a year). Clients with Private Health may also be eligible for a rebate depending on their level of cover.
Fees and Payment
The fee for a standard consultation is $210. For clients with a Mental Health Care Plan the rebate from Medicare is $128.40. Unfortunately EFTPOS is not available at this time. Payments can be made via internet banking or cash and Medicare rebates will be processed electronically with the rebate being deposited into the bank account you have nominated with Medicare.