Our psychologists are passionate about tailoring therapy to a child’s developmental level. From pre-schoolers to teenagers, our psychologists present therapies to young people in imaginative and non-threatening ways to help create a safe place for self-expression. Our psychologists have a strong interest in helping children not only overcome personal challenges and adversity, but also in learning how to achieve their full potential.
Dr. Chaille Breuer
BA (Hons)(Psych), M.Psych/ PhD (Child Clinical), MAPS
Belmont and Aberfeldie
Chaille is a Clinical Psychologist (Child Clinical) and Principal Psychologist of Mind & Seek. She has extensive experience working with children and adolescents in hospital, community, private and educational settings. Chaille is also a lecturer at the University of Melbourne.
Chaille has a special interest in working with pre-school and primary-school aged children facing challenges with anxiety, trauma, adjustment, separated families, bullying, depression, trichotillomania (hair pullying disorder), obsessive-compulsive disorder and behavioural issues.
Chaille has recently returned from maternity leave and is currently available for parenting support / mental health and assessment services.
Parenting Support / Parent mental health and Assessment
BPsych, PostGradDipPsych, MPsych (Ed & Dev), MAPS
Suzanne is a trained Educational and Developmental Psychologist. She has experience working with young people in early intervention settings, primary and secondary schools, and community services.
Suzanne is currently available for cognitive, educational and Autism assessments.
Ages: 4 - 18 years: Assessment and Intervention
B.Soc.Sc. (Hons) (Psych), MPsych (Clinical), MAPS
Ravini is a Clinical Psychologist and has extensive experience working with children both in private and public community mental health settings.
Ravini sees children and adolescents with a broad range of difficulties, including depression, anxiety, emotional regulation, behaviour management, bullying, difficulties with self-esteem, work/study challenges, trauma, sleep disorders, interpersonal challenges, and phobias.
Ages: 3 + years: Intervention
BSc (Psych), GradDipPsych, MPsych (Clinical)
Niamh is a Clinical Psychologist and has extensive experience working in early intervention, community mental health, private practice and education settings.
Niamh works collaboratively with her clients, creating a space where her clients feel supported and understood. Niamh has a strong interest in working with children and adolescents with neurodevelopmental disorders and with individuals experiencing difficulties with emotional regulation, anger management, anxiety, depression, grief and loss and divorce / separation.
Ages: 3 + years: Assessment and Intervention
BA, GradDipPsych, BPsySt (Hons), MPsych (Clinical), MAPS
Jacqui is a registered psychologist who is currently completing a registrar program for clinical endorsement. Jacqui has experience working with a diverse client population. She has previously practiced in an educational setting with adolescents and in private practice.
Jacqui has a special interest in working with children, adolescents and their families facing a range of concerns including anxiety, depression and adjustment issues. Jacqui is also able to assist caregivers with their own mental health and wellbeing in the context of parenting.
Ages: 8 + years: Intervention
GDipPsych, GDipPsych (Adv), MEdPsych, MAPS
Erin is a registered psychologist who has completed a Masters of Educational Psychology. . Erin has experience working with young people in primary and secondary schools, universities and private practice settings.
Erin also conducts cognitive and educational assessments, including the diagnosis of specific learning disorders (e.g. dyslexia).
Ages: 4+ years: Assessment and Intervention