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Rosalind (Roz) Hurst
Endorsed Clinical Psychologist
Master of Psychology (Clinical); PostGradDip Psychology; BA Psychology
Member of Australian Psychological Society (APS) and APS College of Clinical Psychologists; Registered provider for Medicare (with GP Mental Health Treatment Plan) and most Private Health Funds (depending on level of cover)
I love the work I do. I consider it a privilege to be trusted by a person to share their successes and difficulties, work together to access their personal skills, explore new approaches to dealing with old problems, take values-based committed action, and expand and blossom to fully connect with the person they really are. Every day I am reminded of the beauty and ability of the human spirit to expand and grow.
My clients are treated with care, respect and warmth. I work exclusively with individuals across the adult lifespan. I love to work with men and women who have reached that stage in their life when they are ready to confront change, break the chains that have held them back, and embrace all that is good in them and around them. To really live life.
In the course of my psychology practice, I regularly deal with underlying anxiety, depression and stress (regardless of any formal diagnosis). These symptoms all too often relate to experiences of the past from very early life through to this moment (from minor distressing events to severe trauma). Since becoming a certified TRTP Practitioner I have a powerful, effective, safe, and relatively speedy way to take the emotional charge from these past events, to put the past in the past, and for the body to finally know “It’s over … I’m safe”.
Now the scene is set for great things to happen.