Doris Damoulakis is a professional and empathic Clinical Psychologist with 20 years experience. She offers a balance of warmth and clinical expertise in her treatment sessions and aims to develop a solid connection and working relationship between client and therapist.
Her work with adults, adolescents, children, couples, families and organisations has been informed by her extensive experience in Mental Health, private Organisational, Educational and Clinical Psychology practices, University Anxiety Clinics, NSW Ministry of Health (Youth Health), Department of Community Services (now FaCS) and Wesley Mission.
As a Clinical Psychologist, Doris’ particular skill lies in the assessment, diagnosis and evidence-based treatment of mental health conditions. In particular, Doris has worked and trained extensively in the field of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and other anxiety disorders and as such this is an area of expertise she is able to offer clients.
In addition Doris provided evidenced - based assessment and treatment services for young people aged 12-24yrs for over 10 years and this remains an area of special interest and expertise.
Doris is a Board Approved Supervisor of Psychologists and Clinical Psychologists and a casual academic and Supervisor at University of Western Sydney. Doris has also developed and facilitated groups as well as provided consultancy and training for both government and private organisations including secondary education institutions and Mental Health.
Doris uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization Therapy (EMDR) and Schema Therapy. She is also bilingual and able to conduct therapy in either English or Greek.
Doris’ qualifications include Bachelor of Arts (Psychology), Post Graduate Diploma of (Child and Adolescent) Psychology, Diploma of Applied Counselling and a Master of (Clinical) Psychology.
Days Available: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Michelle is an empathic and compassionate psychologist, with a warm, gentle therapeutic style. She offers a safe, non-judgmental space for her clients to explore and overcome their current challenges.
Through her training as a psychologist and her work to date, Michelle has gained experience in a school setting, a headspace centre, university psychology clinics, and in a youth service supporting children, adolescents and young adults experiencing complex and severe mental health conditions.
She enjoys working with clients experiencing a broad range of concerns, including anxiety, phobias and panic, depression, stress, relationship / interpersonal difficulties, low self-esteem, and difficulties managing emotions.
She takes a collaborative and person-centred approach to her work, always striving to recognise each client’s unique strengths and values, and tailoring treatment to meet their individual recovery goals. She draws on a number of therapeutic models in her practice, including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing, and mindfulness-based approaches.
Michelle’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts (Linguistics & Japanese), Graduate Diploma in Psychology, Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours), and Master of Psychology (Professional).
Days Available: Tuesdays to Fridays
Chelsea is a warm and empathic Clinical Psychology Registrar. As therapy can be a vulnerable but rewarding experience, she brings compassion and curiosity to create a safe space to explore your experiences. Chelsea takes a collaborative approach to therapy, working at your pace to help find strategies to manage your thoughts and behaviours and to help you achieve your goals.
Through her training and work experience to date, Chelsea has experience working in a university psychology clinic, in inpatient settings supporting adults with severe mental health conditions, crisis support, and private practice. Her work experience includes supporting children, adolescents, adults, and families.
Chelsea enjoys providing assessment, diagnosis, and intervention for a range of presentations. This includes anxiety, depression, stress, psychosis, eating disorders, and trauma.
Chelsea is committed to providing evidence-based treatments that are tailored to meet your unique needs. She uses cognitive behavioural therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, motivational interviewing, problem-solving therapy, and family-based therapy for eating disorders in her practice.
Chelsea's qualifications include a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and Master of Clinical Psychology.
Days Available: Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays
Steven is a Clinical Psychology Registrar who provides a calming presence to aid individuals understand and resolve their struggles within a relaxed environment. Steven emphasises the individuality of each client to ensure that they are seen as more than a diagnosis and receive an intervention tailored to their needs. Steven is passionate about ensuring client’s feel comfortable in the therapeutic space and are involved in developing and modifying their treatment plans.
Steven has had experience working with variety of clinical presentations, including anxiety, depression, stress, ADHD, alcohol and substance use disorders, amongst others. He has a particular interest in working with individuals with anxiety disorders and alcohol and other substance use disorders. Steven has also worked with individuals to understand and assist with relationship struggles and an individual’s sexual and gender identity.
Steven utilises an array of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Schema Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and Motivational Interviewing.
Steven’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) and Master of Clinical Psychology.
Days Available: Mondays and Tuesdays
Stefanie is our warm and inviting receptionist at Integral Psychology. She is currently in her fourth year studying psychology at the University of Technology Sydney. Stefanie aims to one day become a clinical psychologist, with the hopes of assisting people with mood disorders.
Stefanie is kind and caring and is always enthusiastic about helping both clients and clinicians at the practice in any way she can. She is a hard worker who is dedicated to creating a friendly and welcoming environment to everyone she meets.
As the receptionist at Integral Psychology, Stefanie aims to provide support to all she can by ensuring all appointments are up to date and looks forward to welcoming you over the phone or in person.