Our Psychologists

Our Psychologists

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. 

Geaty Hamid

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 respectively and collaboratively with her clients utilising evidence based therapies. 

Fiona Tung

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. 

Sunali Lewis

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. Sunali is passionate about making a difference to people’s lives. 

Siobhan McLean

Siobhan is an experienced clinical psychologist with a warm, practical, and collaborative approach. She engages various evidence-based treatments and strategies that are tailored to suit the needs of each client. Siobhan is driven to improve her clients’ lives and is guided by the principles of compassion and respect.

Dr Emma Bryant

Emma is a warm and empathic clinical psychologist registrar with a passion for evidence-based practice. She is committed to working with clients to tailor therapy to their individual needs. Emma values creating a safe, non-judgemental therapy space to foster supportive and collaborative relationships with her clients.

Anne Perrottet

Anne Perrottet practices as an individual, family, and couples counselor, bringing her background in Education, Psychology, Community Welfare, and Counseling to her work. Currently pursuing a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology, she actively engages in furthering her expertise. As a keynote speaker on family issues at numerous events, she shares her insights and experiences. Additionally, Anne is the author of “Thriving and Surviving Raising Thirteen”. With 43 years of marriage and extensive experience in raising and educating her 13 children, she offers a wealth of practical wisdom.

Annie Kwok

Annie is a warm and genuine clinical psychologist who listens to people’s needs empathically. She believes that a trusting relationship is the foundation for any change to follow. Annie relates with warmth to her clients and creates a safe space where her clients can collaboratively explore the most effective strategies to improve their emotional well-being. 

Kara Campbell

Kara is a clinical psychologist who aims to develop a warm, friendly, and collaborative therapeutic relationship with clients, to address their own personal goals, and navigate any stuck points that may be limiting their ability to live the most fulfilling life possible. She works with both adolescents and adults. 

Ashleigh Jackett

Ashleigh is a kind and compassionate psychologist who is dedicated to using her knowledge and skills to empower people to overcome their difficulties and live fulfilling lives. Ashleigh believes it is essential to work collaboratively with her clients and is committed to using an evidence-based approach.