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Viviana Jancso

Clinical Psychologist, Wellbeing Therapy Collective

Viviana Jancso is a highly experienced clinical psychologist. You will likely experience her as a warm and caring individual who brings with her a wealth of information gleaned from her 20 years working as a psychologist with couples, adults, teenagers and children.

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Email: viviana.jancso@outlook.com

Rebecca Dallard

Psychologist, Present Moment Psychology

Rebecca is a highly experienced psychologist who practices under her individual brand Present Moment Psychology. She prefers to work from a Gestalt framework that she integrates with evidence-based therapeutic approaches, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness.

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Please kindly TEXT 0480285058 and I will text or call you back.

Appointment Booking Link: presentmoment.com.au

Email: rebecca@presentmoment.com.au

 

 

Helen Gailes

Psychologist, Wellbeing Therapy Associate

Helen Gailes works with Wellbeing Therapy Collective under her own brand Positive Insights. She works in Canning Vale and Leederville with older children (12+), teenagers, adults and couples. She brings with her a wealth over experience obtained over the last 15 years working as a psychologist. Please note. Helen is currently on leave until the end half of this year.

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We Cover All Aspects of Wellbeing

We consistently deliver high-quality information and refer to high-quality psychologists, counsellors and health practitioners across all dimensions of well-being.

Environmental Wellbeing

We provide a therapeutic space in which both the client and the practitioner can connect. Our pleasant and stimulating environment supports your journey to well-being.

 

 

Career

We all desire personal satisfaction and enrichment from our working life. We can help with career counselling and transition, work/life balance and workplace bullying.

Psychological

If we become more aware of our motivations, thoughts, emotions and behaviours we can cope with life’s challenges including Anxiety, Stress, Depression, Grief and Loss, Self-worth and Trauma.

 

 

Intellectual

We need to indulge and encourage our desire to learn new concepts, improve skills and seek challenges. We can help you recognise your creative abilities and find ways to expand your knowledge and skills.

Social

Through relationships and connections with others, we will be better able to deal with conflict, family life, communication and even separation and divorce.

 

 

Physical

Maintaining a healthy life has a significant impact on our wellness. We can help you adopt healthy habits and avoid destructive habits. We can advise on nutrition, sleep, relaxation, exercise, naturopathy and more.

Spiritual

Establishing a balance between beliefs, values and actions provides peace and harmony in your life. We can assist with self-awareness, mindfulness, meditation and authenticity.

 

 

Financial

It is important to feel in control of your finances and satisfied with your future financial situation. We aim to provide information to you in this area. See our blog for resources. Please note, we are NOT financial advisors.

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

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