Malcolm will introduce you to new ideas and perspectives about yourself, relationships and life and will actively challenge what you think, believe and hold to be true. His experience includes working with all client groups – families, couples, individuals, adolescents and children.
Some of the issues that Malcolm works with include, but are not limited to:
- Depression and anxiety
- Trauma and abuse (PTSD)
- Personality disorders
- Self-harm and suicide
- Drug and alcohol issues
- Grief and Loss
- Relationship and attachment difficulties
- Identity formation
- Working with people from diverse cultural backgrounds
- Family of origin issues
- Cybersafety (including computer gaming)
Clinical Experience and Background:
Malcolm has been a practising psychologist and Member of the Australian Psychological Society for over 20 years. He has extensive experience working in the WA prison system, in addition to his work in programs for the homeless, worker’s compensation/rehabilitation, domestic violence and youth outreach.
Malcolm utilises empirically validated treatment approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MCBT). He also draws on Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Existential Therapy and Provocative Therapy as well as incorporating knowledge and ideas from the fields of biology, neuroscience and philosophy. Malcolm has also recently completed training in Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR).
Malcolm is also skilled in providing professional clinical supervision to psychologists of varying levels of experience.
Bachelor of Arts (Double Major in Psychology), University of Western Sydney (1993)
Master of Arts (Developmental Psychopathology), University of Western Sydney (1995)
Malcolm runs his own independent practice and engages Clear Health Psychology to provide administrative and other business services to enable him to provide assessment and treatment to his clients. Appointments are for 51 minutes at a rate of $195 and can attract a Medicare rebate with a Mental Health Care Plan. Appointments are precious and we appreciate you giving at least 24 hours notice if you can’t attend, otherwise 50% of the full fee will apply with no Medicare rebate.