The services are provided by appointment only and the practice can be contacted by telephone or direct email enquiry through the Contact and Location page on this website.
Doris Damoulakis - Clinical Psychologist / Practice Principal
Doris Damoulakis is a professional, experienced, warm and empathic Clinical Psychologist.
Doris believes that effective change becomes possible when there is a solid connection and collaborative working relationship between client and therapist. Doris’ work aims to increase personal awareness for the creation of choices, improved health and well-being.
Doris is a Board Approved Supervisor of interns/psychologists and a casual academic and Supervisor at University of Western Sydney and Macquarie University. 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.
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 anxiety disorders and as such this is an area of expertise she is able to offer clients.
In addition, Doris has provided evidenced - based assessment and treatment services for young people aged 12-24yrs for over 10 years. and Doris considers this to be an area of special interest and expertise. Doris 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.
Professional Memberships and Registrations
Danielle Nedelkovska - Registered Psychologist
Danielle Nedelkovska is a Registered Psychologist with over 7 years of experience working with
various mental health concerns in both the private and public settings. Danielle is passionate about supporting people in managing their mental health concerns and other challenges. Danielle has a warm, empathic and collaborative style.
Danielle understands that seeking therapy for the first time can be anxiety provoking and challenging, and as such her aim is to create a safe, comfortable space for individuals to work towards achieving personal growth and wellbeing.
Danielle’s areas of interest include supporting adults, adolescents and children with difficulties that interfere with their daily functioning, school, work and relationships. She has experience in working with children who have anxiety and/or behavioural issues and support parents and carers to promote the attachment relationship.
Danielle has an interest in perinatal mental health, working with people who experience relationship and communication issues, anxiety and difficulty coping with their emotions. She also enjoys providing support to couples who are experiencing relationship difficulties.
Danielle’s qualifications include Bachelor of Psychology, Post Graduate Diploma of Professional Psychology and is currently studying a Master of (Clinical) Psychology at the University of New England. In addition, Danielle is trained in various parenting programs including Circle of Security Parenting, Tuning into Kids and will soon undergo training in the Gottman Method for couples therapy.