Are you looking for a psychologist to work with on your recovery journey from persistent pain, central sensitisation, Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS), functional gut disorders and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) ?
Do you want a holistic, mind-body approach for your chronic stress, exhaustion and your mental health?
Psycle is a clinic founded for people who answer “yes” to these questions.
The connection between the health of your mind and your body, impacts your quality of life and capacity to recover. This principal underpins treatment at Psycle.
Based on empathy and compassion, Joanne collaborates with unreserved acceptance to support clients in overcoming their unique challenges.
Uniquely trained, with postgraduate university qualifications in both Clinical Neuropsychology and Human Nutrition, Joanne has a passion for the dysregulated autonomic nervous system and the body’s physical expression of the interactions between psychological, physiological, and biological trauma.
Your total health always comes first.
Working with Psycle is a relaxed, supportive and collaborative experience which will move at a pace where you are comfortable, but progressing in your goals. It can start with a phone call to see if an appointment is the best step for us to take.
Appointments are usually 1 hour and can be at our clinics in Hawthorn East or Carlton North, or by telehealth.
You can expect a warm welcome and catchup, discussion about treatment and progress, with the majority of our time spent addressing your issues in manageable stages.
We believe that connection is central to good mental health, so we’ll usually follow up by phone or email if we don’t see you for a while.
And much, much more.
Psycle provides a range of modalities aimed at addressing the whole person, including:
Schema Therapy, Mindfulness integrated Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (MiCBT); Hypnotherapy; Gut Directed Hypnotherapy; Evidence Based Pain Education; Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), The Richards Trauma Process (TRTP) and Nutritional Education for Mental Health.