17 Ranelagh Drive, Mount Eliza, VIC 3930


Tim is kind and highly skilled Clinical Psychologist who regularly provides therapy and supervision to other mental health practitioners and the general public. 

Tim attended his formal training at The University of Melbourne and holds an internationally-recognised accreditation in Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP)—acquired through completion of a 3-year advanced training program with world-renowned therapists. He has practiced across an extensive range of settings that include St Vincents Hospital, Epworth Rehabilitation, Royal Children's Hospital, Sacred Heart Mission and The University of Melbourne. 

Most importantly, Tim brings compassion and attunement to the psychology experience. In addition to ISTDP, he draws upon Cogntive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness, Stoicism and Eastern meditative philosophies. Through integrating and tailoring these approaches to the individual, deeper understandings and transformations can emerge.

Although practicing broadly, Tim works especially with difficulties such as depression, anxiety, OCD, relationship difficulties and health problems.

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We have a dedicated parking space at the front of the building (Lotus rooms, 17 Ranelagh Drive, Mt Eliza).

If unable to find parking on premises, additional spots are available by driving down Canadian Bay road and turning left at the Mt Eliza Bowls Club and community centre entry.

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