Dee-Anne James

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Hi, I'm Dee-Anne 👋

I believe in a non-judgemental and unconditionally positive approach to working with people. My focus is on positive changes that lead one closer to the life they want to live. I believe my role is to help people gain clarity about what they truly want in their life and assist them to overcome mental and practical barriers that prevent them from achieving their goals.

I believe that people hold the answers within themselves, and that my job is to simply guide them towards these answers and help them to uncover the strengths they already hold. 

 

I have a practical and logical approach that is delivered with utmost compassion and understanding. I believe therapy should not be approached in a ridged manner and am happy to follow the flow of the people I work with, while gently keeping them on track to achieve their personal goals.

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Dee-Anne's ready to help you improve your mental health.

Academic Credentials

Dee completed a Bachelor of Psychology at James Cook University in Cairns, FNQ. She then moved to Sydney where she completed a Graduate Diploma of Advanced Psychology followed by a Master of Professional Psychology at Macquarie University.

She is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) as a General Psychologist. Dee has trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Schema Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and Eating Disorders.

She also has a keen interest in Trauma Therapies, Pain Management, and Disability.

Counselling Experience

Dee has experience working with both children and adults, and has worked with clients across the full spectrum of the lifespan.

She has extensive experience working with people living with a disability, including assessment and diagnosis. Dee also has a passion for disability advocacy and ensuring those living with a disability receive the support they deserve.

Dee has extensive experience working with people experiencing anxiety and depression, and those overwhelmed by thoughts of suicide. Dee also has experience working with families and couples; and has worked in a range of settings including crisis support services, schools, hospitals, and private practice.

Areas of experience

Learn more about the various mental health challenges that Dee can help you with.

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