The decision to engage in the counselling process can be overwhelming and difficult at any stage of life. Therefore, it is important to have a Psychologist who you feel is the right match for you and your needs.
At CT Psychology, Christine provides general and trauma based counselling to individuals using a transparent, warm and compassionate approach. Sessions are tailored to each individual’s needs and can include goals of reducing psychological distress and living your version of a fulfilling life.
Christine is registered as a Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA), a Medicare approved provider, a member of the Australian Psychological Society, Military and Emergency Services interest group, Positive Psychology interest group (APS), a member of the Mental Health Professionals Network Melbourne (MHPN) and a member of the Australian Sociological Association (TASA).
About CT Psychology
Hi, my name is Christine. I have been practicing as a trauma counsellor for over ten years and as a registered Psychologist for over six years. I have completed a Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology), a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology and a Master of Professional Psychology.
My interests have primarily been in treating trauma, depression and anxietywhile working in diverse roles including:
General Counselling for individuals aged from eighteen to senior years (privately or with a GP referral).
Counselling – EAP for Ambulance Victoria employees.
Counselling – Restorative Engagement and Redress Scheme for Victoria Police employees.
Counselling / External Clinician – Phoenix Australia, Centre of Excellence for Emergency Service Workers.
Yoga and Mindfulness Coaching for Veterans.
Report writing and assessment for Child disputes in the Federal Circuit and Family Court.
Individuals may seek counselling in relation to:
Coping with Stress
Divorce and Relationship Issues (individuals only)
Grief and Loss
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Sleep or Insomnia
Trauma (including family violence, sexual abuse, workplace stress)
By car – Parking is available for 1-2 hours on Simpson Street and Wellington Parade.
By train – Jolimont station (Hurstbridge and Mernda lines) is a 4 minute walk and Richmond station is a 13 minute walk around the MCG.
By tram – Catch tram 75 or 48 down Wellington Parade.