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Our on site psychologist is a caring and skilled individual, dedicated to your mental health.
Meet Dr Christina Tuke
Dr Tuke Flanders is a Psychologist and Educator with over a decades worth of experience in the private and public sector. Christina obtained her doctorate in Psychology from the NHS Tavistock & Portman Clinic, London. She is experienced in assessment, diagnosis and intervention for children, adolescents and adults.
As well as running her private practice she is a Training Consultant for Research Services at the University of Melbourne. Christina is approved by the Psychology Board of Australia to provide supervision to psychologists and provisional psychologists.
Christina is an approved NDIS Provider for Therapeutic Support. She is recognised by WorkSafe cover as a Provider of Psychology as well as a Helping Children with Autism Provider (HCWA). Patients who are eligible for funding for NDIS, WorkSafe and HCWA will incur no out of pocket expenses.
Christina’s approach is friendly, highly flexible, adaptive and collaborative. Christina is a member of the Australian Health Professionals Association and the Australian Psychological Society.
Talk to Dr Tuke about:
- Academic performance
- Anger management
- Asperger’s syndrome
- Attachment difficulties
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Grief & loss
- Intellectual assessments (cognitive IQ and achievement assessments)
- Work stress
- Learning difficulties
- Relaxation and mindfulness
- School issues
- Shyness & social skills deficits
- Stress management
- Vocational assessment & career issues
When should I see a psychologist?
If you are asking yourself this question, then there is no harm in talking to a psychologist today. If you are feeling symptoms of stress, confusion, unhappiness, grieving or just generally not coping well with everyday life – seeing a psychologist may be the first step to relieving these symptoms and feelings.
What is a psychologist?
Psychologists are qualified experts in human behaviour and mental health. They have an extensive knowledge of how the human mind works and how people think. They are not psychiatrists and they cannot prescribe medication.
Psychologists work with people of all ages and walks of life. Working closely with their patients and their doctors, psychologists determine the best treatment path to a healthy mind.
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