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The Expansion Point is passionate about helping you live a meaningful life--we get it--because we really are human too, and we are not shy about telling you.

Bradley is a registered Psychologist, whose primary goal is to create a safe space whereby he can help improve your well-being and fulfillment in life.

Bradley has worked in primary and secondary schools, education support centres, private practice, and consulted for the Complex Attention and Hyperactivity Disorders Service (CAHDS) WA. In the early part of his career, he also worked in research at the Telethon Kids Institute (formerly: Telethon Institute for Child Health Research), for the ‘Looking at Language’ study.

Bradley supports children, adolescents and adults with a range of issues including anxiety, depression, bullying, school avoidance, self-harm, learning difficulties/disabilities , parenting, very challenging behaviours, grief, self-esteem, sexuality, and complex trauma. He also provides support for people with relationship issues and life-coaching. Bradley’s professional, personal and cultural background also affords him a particularly developed insight into the complex lives of people in our diverse and multicultural society.

Bradley is a warm and enthusiastic psychologist with an emphasis on creating a respectful space for exploration of challenges and is passionate about helping others to develop skills, problem solve, foster self-compassion and psychological flexibility through life’s up and downs. He appreciates that each person presents differently and as such adjusts his therapeutic style to tailor each client’s needs and circumstances. And with that in mind, he has a heartfelt belief that the core of his practice relies on the quality of the collaborative and genuine therapeutic relationship. He is trained in several therapeutic approaches and has a keen interest in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness, Compassion Focused Therapy, and Collaborative and Proactive Solutions (CPS).

The ACT and CPS models acknowledge that doing well is always preferable to not doing well and that our brain (evolutionary brain) is the ultimate survival tool, doing what it was designed to do; create psychological pain and look out for danger. Bradley supports his clients by cultivating a willingness to accept and hold unwanted inner experiences lightly by ‘normalising’ human suffering, fostering compassion for self and others, and moving towards things in life that matter the most through committed actions. These approaches in therapy have been regularly acknowledged by his clients to create long lasting change, so if you are seeking a psychologist who can support you in this way, then Bradley is likely to be the psychologist for you.

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Qualifications and Experience


  • Post Grad Dip Ed (School Psychology and Special Needs Teaching) (Post Grad Dip Ed) from The University of Western Australia
  • Bachelor of Psychology (BPsych) from Murdoch University

Languages spoken

  • English

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