Dr Fiona J Denton
Fiona Denton is the founder of Denton Clinical Psychology, and remains just as passionate today about using clinical psychology to help people live the life that they want to live. She is committed to providing every client with therapy that is effective and compassionate, which always includes demonstrating both empathy and skill in addressing each individual’s particular difficulties.
Fiona is a clinical psychologist with a doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Sydney. She also has a Bachelor of Psychology (1st class Honours) and a Master of Science (Psychology) from the same university. She is a member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA) and the Australian Psychological Society (APS). Her registration number with the national governing body (AHPRA) is PSY0001066837.
Geaty is a warm and compassionate clinical psychologist who feels it is a privilege to assist individuals in their endeavours to overcome life’s hardships. She believes that seeking psychological treatment is a courageous decision and works respectfully and collaboratively with her clients utilising evidence based therapies.
Geaty completed her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology at Macquarie University. She completed further postgraduate training at the University of Wollongong, gaining a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology (with Distinction). Her registration number with the national governing body (AHPRA) is PSY0001183386.
Fiona is an approachable and empathic clinical psychologist who is passionate about helping people through their difficult times. She works with a client centred approach and believes in strengthening clients’ protective factors to build a more resilient individual.
Fiona gained her psychologist full registration in 2006, and completed the Masters of Clinical Psychology program in 2017. Fiona is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and her registration number with the national governing body (AHPRA) is PSY0001013093.
Paul O’Halloran is a senior Clinical Psychologist, and has worked and studied for over 35 years in promoting positive wellbeing and good mental health. As a therapist, Paul is both highly skilled and compassionate. He prioritises engaging clients with patience and sensitivity, and ensures that therapy is individually tailored to each unique person.
Paul has worked in Australia, the UK, Europe, and the Middle East at all levels including direct clinical care, national policy and practice development, and clinical service improvement. In Australia he has had a variety of senior clinical roles within the NSW Health Services and private practice. Additionally, he was Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Wollongong.
Lauren is a warm, accepting, and empathic psychologist who has a passion for helping people to overcome mental health difficulties. Lauren draws on clients’ own strengths and interests, as well as effective evidence-based strategies, in order to facilitate recovery and positive change.
Lauren completed a Bachelor of Psychology (1st Class Honours) at Macquarie University. She has also completed a Master of Clinical Psychology at the University of Technology Sydney, and is currently completing her Clinical Psychology Registrar Program. Lauren is a member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA), and her registration number with the national governing body (AHPRA) is PSY0001964097.
Dr Rachel Bailey
Dr Rachel Bailey is passionate about creating a safe and supporting space for clients to make meaningful change in their lives. Her warm and empathic approach, together with extensive experience in delivering evidence-based treatments, provides the platform to support clients in reaching their goals and improving mental health.
Rachel is a Clinical Psychologist with a PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Wollongong. Rachel also has a Bachelor of Arts Psychology with Honours from Macquarie University. Rachel is a member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA), and her registration number with the national governing body (AHPRA) is PSY0001626225.
Sunali is a caring and empathic provisional psychologist who seeks to understand each client’s unique situation, and then in collaboration identify suitable strategies to assist. She uses evidence based practice tailored to suit individual needs, to find a path through difficulties and towards personal growth. She is passionate about making a difference to people’s lives.
Sunali completed her Bachelor of Science (Psychology) with honours at UNSW, then spent many years as a finance analyst before her desire to help people brought her back to her first love, psychology. She subsequently completed a Master of Brain and Mind Science from the University of Sydney, and a Master of Clinical Psychology from the Australian College of Applied Psychology.