Trisha Nowland

    someone.health Psychologist

    Hi, I'm Trisha 👋

    My passion in working with people is to really arrive at a shared understanding about how what has been present for you has impacted your life and your relationships, and how you would prefer things to be  I welcome the opportunity to meet with you where you are at and to be guided by your preferences, interweaving what we together find helpful from the therapeutic modalities I can bring to you.

    My preferred way of working is to check in with you regularly about what I am hearing and appreciating about your experience, and to make adjustments as we go as are needed for your specific needs. The aim of working in this way is to ensure that what we do in our sessions can seamlessly be carried into your everyday activities.

     

     

    I very much look forward to meeting you and coming to understand the strengths and abilities that have carried you through to where you are today, looking to a future which has in it the seeds of what you identify as most sought, by you

    Trisha's ready to help you improve your mental health.

    Academic Credentials

    Trisha completed her Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), and went on to complete a Master of Research (Psychology) and a Doctor of Philosophy (Psychology), examining the way statistics are used in psychology research to make recommendations for changed practices.

    Trisha is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), with a Committee role in the Narrative Theory and Practice Interest Group. Trisha is trained in evidence-based approaches, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, and Narrative Therapy.

    Counselling Experience

    Trisha has experience working with a diverse range of clients including children, community from different cultural backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, and LGBT+ community.

    She also has experience working with people experiencing symptoms of trauma, and diagnoses of depression, anxiety, and addictions.

    Her experience extends across community services, relationships services, non-government organisations, and private practice.

    Areas of experience

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