Dr Janet Hall is a registered clinical psychologist, hypnotherapist, sex therapist, author, professional speaker, trainer, and media consultant.
Jan's particular interests are in hypnotherapy, goal-setting, relationship counselling, sex therapy, managing fears, stress and phobias and family/child relationships. Jan consults regularly with print media and is a frequent guest on television and radio offering user-friendly strategies and practical solutions to sexual and relationship issues.
Jan's approach encourages clients to clarify their situation and solve their own problems in a supportive environment using both heart and head.
Simon Candlish is a registered psychologist with over eight years experience. He has experience working with individuals and couples and provides counselling for relationship, sexual issues and a range of other issues including depression and anxiety using cognitive behavioural techniques. He adopts an interpersonal therapeutic approach emphasizing personal growth, insight and strengths. He has worked in the forensic area for over eight years and has prepared a large number of court reports regarding risk and regularly attends court to provide evidence. He has a strong interest in family law assessment reports. Simon is a full member of the APS including the Family Law and Psychology Interest Group and is a member of ANZAPPL.
Vikki is a Registered Psychologist specialising in the treatment of anxiety and sexual addictions. Using Psychodynamic and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Vikki assists individuals to understand and control addictive sexual behaviours, such as inappropriate use of the Internet, Chat Rooms and sex workers, and helping couples restore damaged relationships. Vikki applies similar techniques plus Motivational Interviewing skills to assist people with alcohol and drug addictions, and anger management difficulties.
Vikki is passionate about the impact of anxiety on people’s lives, and applies her knowledge in treating male and female sexual dysfunctions with anxiety at the core, and assisting couples in overcoming relationship and sexual difficulties.
Vikki is a lecturer for the Medical Register of Australia, lecturing at Royal Melbourne Hospital and Monash Medical Centre on Difficult Relationships, Conflict Management, and Managing Life Changing Events.
Lynda Carlyle is an ASSERT (Australian Society of Sexuality Educators, Researchers & Therapists) accredited sex therapist. She has a Master of Health Science (Sexual Health) and is undertaking a Master of Couple & Relationship Counselling, having recently completed Relationships Australia's Specialist Course in Couple Therapy. Lynda is the National and Victorian President of ASSERT, and also writes a sex and relationship advice column in the Herald Sun. She has an eclectic style, and enjoys helping singles and couples explore ways to build a more positive, healthy sexuality.?
Alex is a Clinical Psychologist with full membership of the College of Clinical Psychologists and the Australian Psychological Association. Alex has previously worked with children and families at the Royal Children’s Hospital and offenders at Corrections Victoria.
Alex works with adults, adolescents and children. She has an interest in treating Anxiety and Depression, Sexual Dysfunction and Desire Disorders in individuals and couples. Alex has worked with difficulties associated with Eating, Bereavement and Adjustment disorders, Self-harm and Sleep problems. Alex also has extensive experience working with complex behavioural and/or emotional difficulties in children.
Alex is passionate about helping people change their lives for the better; she believes that anyone can reach their full potential and make positive changes when given the tools to do so. Alex uses a cognitive-behavioural approach emphasising collaborative client-centred treatment to get you the results you want.