BA (Psych Ill Hons 8- Ed. MA (Psych). M (Cl Psych)
Is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society and Clinical College, APS Interest Group of Coaching Psychology and Health Coaching Network.
Since graduating from the University of Sydney in 1993 Genevieve has worked and volunteered in various areas in Psychology - research, adoptions, with homeless youth, the elderly, the disabled and in psychiatric wards.
An interest in increased collaboration between mental health professionals has led to facilitation of case studies for the Mental Health Professionals Network.
Her focus is on Positive Psychology, coaching for health (e.g. sleep, exercise, and health self-management), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for anxiety and depression, as well as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Poetry Therapy.
Motivational Therapy CBT, Therapy Poetry Therapy
Dr Sherisse Cohen
BA Hons Clin Psych
A compassionate Psychologist who works with Adults and teenagers experiencing or engaging in anxiety, panic attacks, depression, eating disorders, body image issues, self harm behaviours and relationship or parenting issues.
She focuses on helping people enhance their coping skills through her informal and relaxed style. Sherisse has been described a very approachable and compassionate psychologist.
She also develops and facilitates workshops for corporates and schools on a range of psychological topics. These workshops have covered topics such as managing HSC stress, Media savvy and body aware, managing axiety, developing assertiveness and Mindfulness for stress management.
Depression, Self harm
Anxiety Body image issues
Attachment and Parenting Challenges
Stress -work and study
Ms Rachel Setti
Ms Rachel Setti
BSC(hons) Psych, M.Psych. MCAP
A registered Psychologist with over 20 years' experience. A member of the Australian Psychology Society and Associate Fellow of the British Psychology Society, she has trained in UK, Israel and Australia, and is currently completing her Masters in Psychotherapy.
Rachel uses a range of psychological approaches based on individual need, and is passionate about helping people feel good, act positive and make meaningful life choices. She specialises in supporting people experiencing difficulties at work, and navigating the complexities of sustaining a good home - work balance.
Also engaged in the corporate coaching space, Rachel draws on her wealth of psychological knowledge to empower people to break through perceived barriers and make enduring positive changes.