Stephen Souter - Psychologist BPsySc, BA(Hons), MAAPi, STAP
Steve is a nationally registered psychologist, Board approved psychology supervisor and mindfulness meditation teacher. Steve specializes in working with young people, adults and families and fostering resilience using mindfulness based strategies, neuroscience and systemic family therapy principles. He has had extensive clinical experience over the past 10 years including government and community mental health, private practice and tertiary and secondary education sector.
Steve has specialist clinical skills and experience in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of a range of presenting concerns including neurodevelopmental disorders such as ADHD, Autism and Specific Learning Disorders and draws upon a number of evidence-based approaches tailored to the individual's needs.
Steve values an accepting, empathic and collaborative approach to therapy and aims to assist individuals and families to achieve personal understanding, growth and integration.
CURRENTLY ON MATERNITY LEAVE Breeana is a nationally registered clinical psychologist who works primarily with children, adolescents and families and has clinical experience in a variety of tertiary, private and community settings. Breeana has a particular interest and passion for working to empower young women, particularly during adolescence.
Breeana values a warm, respectful, and collaborative approach to therapy to assist individuals and families to make positive change and achieve a sense of empowerment in their lives. She has clinical training in the assessment and treatment of a range of presenting concerns and utilises various evidence-based approaches, tailored to the individual. She has a particular interest in the application of mindfulness-based interventions to cultivate resilience, self-acceptance and compassion.
Breeana is currently completing a PhD through Bond University, examining factors underpinning resilience during emerging adulthood and the application of mindfulness-based interventions with this population.
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