David Delaney

David is a provisional psychologist completing a Masters in Psychology.  He is a counsellor with over 10 years experience working with diverse clients.

Over the last few years David has worked full time at the tertiary (university) and TAFE (Polytechnic) levels developing, managing and teaching mental health units for undergraduate nurses at the tertiary (university) and TAFE level. This experience has provided him with a wealth of knowledge of therapeutic strategies in mental health, as well as a sound understanding of psychopharmacology and other medical treatments.

He has seen clientele with a diverse range of mental health concerns over the last 10 years. These mental health concerns have included anxiety, depression, grief and loss, post-traumatic stress, relationship issues and personality disorders. His counselling experience is extensive and has spanned an age range of clientele  from 7 to 97!

As a counsellor David has utilised psychodynamic, interpersonal, cognitive-behavioural and reminiscent approaches.  He describes his core approach as humanistic.

David’s research interest is in the experience of post-traumatic stress symptoms after major surgery, as part of his studies, and research into the mental health of the older population.

Availability: Wednesday & Thursday evenings between 5.30PM and 8.00PM and Saturday morning by appointment.

Clients who see David will not  receive a rebate for their fee.  However rebates will be available when David has completed his Masters research project in 2018.