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“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” - Anais Nin

Chloe Parton

Clinical Psychology Registrar

Taking new clients: Yes

Consulting days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Client age: 15+

Qualifications

Master of Clinical Psychology 

Honours of Psychological Science

Bachelor of Business Management

Bachelor of Science (extended major in Psychology)

A little bit about me:

I think I am a warm, approachable person and I love to connect with others (it feeds my soul!). When I’m not at work I’m hanging out with friends, watching a trashy show or going antiquing with my partner.

​Problems I can help you with

  • Anxiety and depression

  • General difficulties with emotions (anger, shame, guilt)

  • Relationship issues at work, in friendships and partnerships such as managing conflict, helping you ask for what you want, managing boundaries

  • Working with long held beliefs that no longer serve you such as perfectionism, low self-esteem, excessive approval seeking or reassurance seeking

  • Grief and loss

​How deep my understanding of these issues is

I have recently finished my Master of Clinical Psychology, where I provided treatment for numerous clients experiencing a very wide range of mental health issues.

I have particular training in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) to work with people with emotion dysregulation (feeling emotions quite intensely and often times using impulsive behaviours to manage these feelings).

 

I love to continuously learn and gain supervision from more senior psychologists to deepen my understanding of mental health issues.

How I can help you

I draw mainly on Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT) in my work. CBT is the gold standard approach or most psychological issues, and is a great foundation for understanding and working on problems.

I also like to incorporate and/or use Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), particularly when CBT doesn't fit for the problems you have, or it hasn't worked in the past.

Above all, I like to approach our work together from a human-to-human approach, paying attention to our therapeutic relationship and listening to the goals you want to achieve.

​What does your involvement look like?

  • Willingness to collaborate on goals

  • Regular attendance

  • Completion of homework between sessions when relevant.

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