Francisco is a qualified and experienced Senior Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist. He has over seventeen years of experience assisting adults and young people suffering from anxiety, depression, emotional and physical traumas, grief and loss, mood swings, substance abuse, among other emotional disturbances. Francisco also has strong experience providing couple counselling. Likewise, Francisco provides short and long-term interventions for those who want to have a better understanding of their emotional and behavioural difficulties. Francisco offers an empathetic and nonjudgmental environment where you will feel safe in revealing feelings or actions that have led to stress, sadness, shame or tension in your life. Francisco assists every person with professionalism, dignity and respect. Francisco provides his services both in English and Spanish.
Chris completed his Master of Applied Psychology specialising in Sport and Exercise at the University of Queensland. He is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and Fellow of the College of Sport and Exercise Psychology. Chris was also a primary school P.E teacher for 10 years. Chris displays integrity, passion and expertise in promoting consistent peak performance for individuals, athletes and coaches. Chris has experience working with youth and development academies and elite athletes for a number of sporting organisations, including most recently the South Australian Institute of Sport, South Australian Cricket Association, West Adelaide Football Club, Royal Adelaide Golf Club Queensland AFL Youth squads (U16 and U18) and the Gold Coast Suns Academy. Chris has displayed a vast array of knowledge in his 5 years working in high performance sport, as well as brining his own personal knowledge from being a semi-professional athlete. During this time Chris has worked with a wide range of clientele, including children and older adults. Chris is very passionate about sport, exercise and promoting health and wellbeing through positive psychology and physical activity. He encourages a multidisciplinary approach to general health and wellbeing with an emphasis on psychological, physical and environmental factors that affect behaviours and performance.
Christina Moscovis MPsych; M.A.P.S. Clinical Psychologist, Life Coach and Workplace Coach Christina doubles as a warm and caring clinical psychologist and coaching psychologist whose passion is to sustain a system's long term well-being. She uses a holistic approach at the individual or organisational level, Christina believes that the concepts of evolution, attachment, systems theory and human neuroscience is at the basis of any psychological solution. With over 15 years of experience in the field of psychology, Christina has consulted on complex areas such as refugee migration, disaster relief, highly resistant clients, workplace conflicts, attachment problems, family dysfunction, self-harm and adult/childhood trauma. Therapies she offers include EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing Therapy), CBT (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy) and ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy). In Australia, Christina has been an expert witness for providing psychological assessment on select forensic cases. She is also a mentor for the Hunter Young Professional's Network and provides consultation to schools, government and non-government organisations. Christina’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Psychology (University of Newcastle) and Master of Clinical Psychology (University of Western Sydney). Christina is registered with the Psychology Board Australia and Medicare as an endorsed Clinical Psychologist and is affiliated with the Neuroleadership Institute.