We are a group of psychologists and psychiatrists who have a person-centred gentle approach to helping people. We provide a safe environment and work at a pace that is most comfortable for you. We welcome people from diverse backgrounds. We are experienced in working with clients from the LGBTIQ community, and differing cultural and religious backgrounds.

We understand that you are unique and so are your particular concerns. We work with you to create individualised treatment plans, so that you will not get a one-size fits-all approach. Seeing you achieve your goals and become the person you want to be is what drives our passion.

Our psychologists and psychiatrists are trained to assist people with a range of concerns such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, grief and loss, parenting, relationships, and trauma and abuse.


Featured News

  • Psychometric Measures for Clinical Practice

    Would you like more clarity, speed and confidence with making clinical diagnoses and treatment plans so you can implement change for your clients more efficiently? Dan P. Brown Phd presents a concise and complete body of evidence based research linking the main mental health conditions with the most current and successful protocols. Eliminate any grey areas into understanding your clients’ issues with all their complexities The training provides you with: The measures and instruction to diagnose specific conditions; including anxiety, social anxiety, depression, personality disorder Instruction to apply best practice in the most effective way Training to identify the best tools to use Research based tools to move more quickly into treatment planning Research based tools to move more quickly into prevention of further disorder Current best practice in the provision of medical and legal reports with a high degree of clinical accuracy All short form client response and interview questionnaires These measures and practice models originates out of the leading research centres in the world for psychological practice and are currently the standard. Dan Brown is a warm and engaging presenter, with a wealth of information and experience. He has a rare depth and breadth of knowledge across a range of areas and has been trained by some of the leading psychologists of the 20th century. (Erika Fromm, Karl Meninger, Heinz Kohut, Bessel Van de Kolk, Allan Shore to name a few) Additionally he has a great deal of clinical experience and teaching knowledge. About Dan P. Brown Phd professor at Harvard medical school for 30 years training private practitioners for a decade published over 15 books on clinical psychology, hypnotherapy and meditation expert in diagnosis and presentation Court expert in the USA and The Hague in memory and trauma The training is open for clinicians involved in diagnostic work. To use these tools you must be a registered psychologist, psychiatrist or clinical social worker, however an understanding of these diagnostic tools can be useful for other health professionals and students. Attend the training    

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  • Evidence based treatment for Anxiety Disorder

    The beauty of this course will be the clarity it provides in diagnosing specific anxiety disorders mixed with the current gold standard evidence for the best approaches. It clarifies what we know works once a diagnosis has been made. The training will target Main DSMV category disorders – best treatment approaches to them Specific disorders include – targeted and specific Social anxiety Generalised anxiety Panic disorder The training provides you with A series of interventions that are based on clinical experience and research Interventions incorporating - Cognitive behaviour, physiological and somatic interventions, visualisation tools and more, all aimed at the most effective approaches to correcting these disorders Audio demonstration from real time client work Detailed explanation of techniques and conditions Whether you are looking to consolidate your training and experience in the field, improve your efficiency and speed or be introduced to the most recent best practices from a word leader in the field, this course will provide the level of depth and confidence you require to work with your clients anxiety. Nigel Denning – “Dan doesn’t come from a singular school so he doesn’t apply one particular technique, such as CBT, to all problems. He uses a variety of techniques drawn together to create a best out come. What you will get is master class examples of a practitioner utilising the best available technology to address the presenting problems.” The training is open for clinicians involved in therapeutic treatment. It would most clearly suit psychologists, psychiatrists or clinical social workers, however an understanding of these techniques can be useful for other health professionals and students. Attend the training   

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  • Recovery from Church, Institutional and Cult Abuse: A Review of Theory and Treatment Perspectives

    Recovery from Church, Institutional and Cult Abuse (pdf) The above report is designed for three key stakeholders: agencies involved in prevention and intervention of institutional, church and cult abuse; practitioners working directly with individuals who have experienced a range of abusive group systems; and ex-members of abusive groups and their families.

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  • Anger Brain by Nigel Denning

    angry-brain-article (pdf)Anybody can become angry, that is easy; but to be angry with the right person, and to the right degree, and at the right time, and for the right purpose, and in the right way, that is not within everybody’s power, that is not easy - Aristotle

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  • Workshop on Treating Attachment Pathology in Adults - April 2016

    Nigel Denning, Deputy Chair of APS College of Counselling Psychologists and Director of Integrative Psychology organised the following event which was attended by 80 practitioners, including Linda Tilgner, Alistair Pitts and Davina Lanzon all from Integrative psychology. Over two days Daniel P. Brown, PhD, presented on treating attachment pathology in adults. The workshop included- sophisticated assessment tools to identify attachment pathology in adults and effective treatment protocols.Specifically, this workshop detailed state-of-the-art, effective ways to treat insecure attachment pathology in adults, primarily in personality and dissociative disorder patients, as described in Attachment disturbances in adults: Treatment for comprehensive repair (D. Brown & D. Elliott, Norton, in press). There are three pillars to this comprehensive treatment: fostering internalization of positive, stable internal working models for secure attachment using structured ideal parent figure imagery; facilitating collaborative non-verbal and verbal behaviour; and fostering a range of specific meta-cognitive skills.Feedback was overlying positive, with exciting implications for advancement in therapeutic treatment in this area.We wish to greatly thank Dan Brown for his time and expertise. We at Integrative Psychology are very excited to continue this work through an on-going supervision group.Linda Tilgner | Integrative Psychology

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Upcoming Workshops


Psychometric measures for Clinical Practice
Daniel P. Brown PhD
FlyerRegister here
Dates: March 19 & 20, 2018
Time: 9:30am-4:30pm (registration 8:30am)
Venue: Treacy Centre, 126 The Avenue, Parkville VIC 3052


Evidence based treatments for Anxiety Disorders
Daniel P. Brown PhD
Flyer - Register here
Dates: April 6 & 7, 2018
Time: 9:30am- 4:30pm (registration 8:30am)
Venue: Treacy Centre, 126 The Avenue, Parkville VIC 3052

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