Fremantle Practice

Sue Aspin

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Sue Aspin

Psychologist

Sue Aspin is a Registered Psychologist with AHPRA and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS).

Sue is experienced in providing treatment for adults across the areas of anxiety disorders, depression, grief and loss, adjustment (disability, life transitions, health issues), pain management, anger, antenatal and post-natal depression, trauma, parenting issues, workplace stress/bullying, assertiveness training  stress management and family of origin issues.

She has been trained in several evidence based therapeutic techniques and her therapeutic approaches commonly utilised include CBT, interpersonal psychotherapy,  solution focused brief therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, mindfulness and motivational interviewing. Sue is passionate about mental well-being and healthy relationships and is heavily involved in community education around these topics.  

Clinical Experience and Background

Sue originally completed her six year training as a Registered Psychologist (Generalist) in the South West and moved back to Perth in 2012.  Her work as a country psychologist provided significant opportunity for broad clinical experience.

Sue's experience includes several years of assessing and counselling adults with complex co-morbid mental and physical health conditions, many of whom had also had serious psycho-social problems such as criminality and long term unemployment.  Trauma was not uncommon in this cohort. In contrast to this client group Sue has also provided psychological counselling to a wide range of professionals including those in senior management, academics and peers.  She has experience in mediation, critical incident, vocational rehabilitation and EAP.

Sue is an experienced group facilitator and has additional qualifications in this area. She has facilitated learning within corporate, school, university and community settings in the areas of stress management, grief and loss, managing depression and anxiety, suicide prevention, workplace bullying/harassment, conflict resolution, parenting skills and many other topics.

Felicity Miller

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Felicity Miller

Clinical Psychologist

Felicity is a registered Clinical Psychologist and Board Approved Supervisor with AHPRA.

Felicity is experienced in working alongside adults and adolescents who are experiencing distress in everyday life. She helps clients to develop a better understanding of the origins of problem behaviours so that they are able to make changes that go beyond symptom relief. Felicity’s areas of interest include eating disorders, interpersonal difficulties, personality issues, substance use issues, mood and anxiety disorders, domestic violence behaviours and relationship issues.

Felicity combines components from therapeutic approaches including Contextual Schema Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness, Interpersonal Process Therapy, and attachment- based interventions.

Clinical experience and background

Felicity obtained her Masters qualification in Clinical Psychology at Curtin University of Technology and has over 10 years experience working in Clinical and Forensic Psychology. She has worked as a senior Clinical Psychologist in various forensic settings and is very experienced in working with clients who present with significant resistance to engaging in treatment. Her long history with forensic clients has allowed her to develop strong interpersonal skills that focus on building a safe and warm therapeutic space for clients. Felicity believes that therapy is a time for self-reflection and gentle persuasion to confront those issues that hurt us and prevent us from moving forward in life.

Poonam Morar

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Poonam Morar

Psychologist

Poonam Morar is a Registered Psychologist with AHPRA and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS).

Poonam is experienced in working with adults and couples in the areas of anxiety, depression, complex trauma, post-natal depression, parenting issues, grief and loss, couples counselling, PTSD, sexual abuse, substance and/or alcohol abuse, stress management and anger management. Poonam believes in providing a holistic approach to a client’s well-being. She provides her clients the necessary skills and support until they become self-sufficient.

She has been trained in several evidence based therapeutic techniques including Gottman’s Therapy (for couples), Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing Therapy (for anxiety, trauma, PTSD, grief), Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Act Commitment Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy and many more.

Clinical experience and background

Poonam obtained her Psychology qualification through Curtin University of Technology and has worked over several years in government organisations and private practice using an evidenced based, client centred approach. She has worked with corrective services as a Registered Psychologist running group programs, assessment and counselling services. Poonam believes every client is different and tailors her approach to that which best suits the client’s needs. She believes in providing a safe therapeutic environment where clients are able to express their concerns without fear of judgement. Poonam helps clients understand their triggers, create self-awareness and provide them with skills to improve their wellbeing. Poonam is fluent in both English and Gujarati.

Mary Collura-Oldham

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Mary Collura-Oldham

Psychologist

Mary is a Registered Psychologist with over 16 years’ experience in psychological practice.  She works with individuals, couples and families.  In her earlier career she worked within the public sector in a range of roles including human resources, industrial relations and policy development. After completing her Masters she worked for Relationships Australia before moving into private practice.  She now divides her time between her psychological counselling practice and contract assessment work within the public sector.

Mary adopts a range of treatment interventions depending on the client’s needs – including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Solution-focused Therapy, Mindfulness, Relaxation techniques and other psychotherapeutic approaches. 

She fosters a respectful and compassionate therapeutic space for clients to explore and develop deeper insight and awareness of their own process.  Through this practice of deeper reflection and self-examination, clients are afforded simple opportunities to cultivate and foster more authentic and meaningful lives and relationships for themselves.  Clients often find, that this approach in turn helps engender a greater sense of peace, well-being and acceptance both of self and others. 

Emily Loh

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Emily Loh

Psychologist

Emily is a registered psychologist with AHPRA. 

She has been working as a psychologist for the last 16 years, providing support and assistance to people experiencing mental health issues across a range of fields. Emily navigates treatment with sincerity and compassion which helps put people at ease. She works collaboratively with clients to reach therapy goals using evidence-based approaches such as cognitive-behavioural therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, mindfulness and solution focused therapy.  

Clinical Experience and Background

Emily started her career as a sport psychologist at the NSW Institute of Sport, providing elite athletes with mental skills training to assist them to achieve their peak performance. She has also worked within the fields of occupational rehabilitation (mainly with NSW Police Force and NSW Department of Education), corporate psychology, mediation and HR consulting, however her true passion lies with counselling and helping individuals in a clinical setting.

Emily can assist adults with a full range of mental health issues including depression and anxiety, stress, grief and loss, chronic pain, self-esteem issues, relationship issues, parenting challenges and mental skills training for both elite and non-elite athletes.