We’re excited to welcome Pooja, starting at Parkmore Medical Centre from November 2023.
Pooja is a Registered Psychologist and a Board Approved Supervisor who has worked in multiple school settings and private practices across Melbourne; supporting families, children and adolescents for over ten years.
Pooja works with all age groups and has a special interest in working with families with diverse cultural backgrounds. Pooja has experience in, but not limited to, treating anxiety, depression, behavioural issues, self-esteem, body image, friendship issues, navigating life stage challenges, stress at school or work, perfectionism, learning difficulties, anger management, school refusal, social difficulties, panic attacks and coping with change.
Pooja believes that clients are the experts in their life and should guide the therapy. She is passionate about working collaboratively with each client to understand what their symptoms are and help them to bring about positive changes in their life.
Pooja uses a variety of evidence-based techniques in her therapeutic work including, but not limited to, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Brief Solution Focused Therapy, Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
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Alicia Hart, Walk easy Podiatry
Podiatrist, Bachelor of Health Sciences and Masters of Podiatric Practice
Alicia is passionate about all aspects of Podiatry. She completed her degree of Bachelor of Health Science and Masters of Podiatric Practice at La Trobe University and has since furthered her training in dry needling, foot mobilisation and manipulation techniques and tool assisted massage to assist and manage lower limb injuries.
Alicia has a keen interest in Paediatric Podiatry (Childrens Podiatry), diabetic foot management and musculoskeletal injuries. Alicia takes an overall holistic approach to Podiatry where an understanding of the many factors that contribute toward her patients concerns are addressed and taken into consideration when implementing a personalised treatment plan.
When she isn’t busy looking after her patients at the clinic she enjoys travelling and keeping active through participating in regular sporting activities as she believes it is important to be able to advocate a healthy life style to her patients in order to see greater outcomes.