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Mr Clinton Batty
Clinton is an accredited psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency and a fully registered member of the Australian Psychological Society. He has worked as a psychologist for over 20 years in several different settings, including Relationships Australia, Rehabilitation and Education. For the past 14-years he has worked as the Principal Psychologist in Private Practices in the Knox and Rowville areas.
Prior to this, Clinton trained and worked as a Naturopath for 13 years. This enables him to have a more holistic approach when dealing with mental health issues. His focus in counselling is to develop a collaborative relationship with clients to encourage them to become actively involved in implementing change in their lives, and to assist them to become more emotionally resilient.
Clients have remarked that Clinton brings a unique energy, enthusiasm and humour into each session. This, together with his ability to establish rapport, provides clients with a supported, safe and nurturing counselling environment.
Having worked for years in CBT and Mindfulness, Clinton became concerned about the rate of progress clients were achieving using these modalities. This led him to investigate the TRTP process. It has revolutionised his practice as it has enabled clients, committed to change, to achieve effective outcomes a whole lot quicker, and to break free from the debilitating impact of their symptoms and/or their past.
The most common conditions treated include:
- Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Phobias and OCD
- Depression and Bipolar disorder
- Relationship and communication problems
- Substance abuse
- Gambling and other on-line addictions
- Sleep Disorders and Stress Management