Dr Belinda Barnes
Belinda is a clinical psychologist who’s approach to therapy is engaging, understanding and down-to-earth. She endeavours to be consistently non-judgemental, open and empathic. Belinda has clinical training and expertise in treating trauma, complex PTSD, and developmental trauma, in young people and adults. She has special interests in dissociation, chronic pain, and the link between our physical body and emotional wellbeing.
Belinda is a registered supervisor with AHPRA, and enjoys providing a high-standard of clinical supervision to fellow psychologists and trainee psychologists.
Belinda’s therapeutic approach is integrative in nature; primarily drawing from modalities such as mindfulness-based approaches, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), and experiential and psychodynamic psychotherapy. She has a special interest in longer-term work, with clients who have suffered trauma in their lives.
Ms Juliana McInnes
Juliana offers a warm and supportive environment through which she provides compassionate psychotherapy for adults who may be experiencing a dislocation of the self. Her approach is client-centred and she has experience working within different modalities including psychodynamic psychotherapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, solution-focussed therapy, family therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy.
Juliana works with individuals with a range of concerns, including: anxiety (including perinatal anxiety), depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, self-esteem difficulties and interpersonal or relationship difficulties. She has a particular interest in assisting adults suffering from the form of obsessive compulsive disorder that manifests as intrusive images. Juliana has worked with patients in a variety of settings including community mental health services, group programs, early intervention parenting services and private practice.