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Shauna Browning

Shauna is a clinically trained Psychologist, and a full member of the Australian Psychological Society. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with Honours (First Class), and a Master of Clinical Psychology, both from the University of Canberra. Shauna was the recipient of the Dean Excellence Award throughout her studies.

As a recent graduate of the Masters’ program, Shauna has up-to-date knowledge of evidence-based psychological therapy and psychological assessment practices for children and adults. Therapeutically, Shauna is open to working with clients experiencing the full range of mental health concerns, as well as those with personality disorders, relationship/familial problems and anger issues. She employs evidence-based therapies including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Shauna also provides assessment/diagnostic services, including mental health and personality assessment, and assessment of learning and behavioural difficulties.

Shauna believes in using evidence-based practices to empower individuals to create meaningful lives within the boundaries of their means, abilities and unchangeable circumstances. The focus of Shauna’s Masters’ thesis was treatment for problematic alcohol use, and this reflects an area of particular interest within her practice. She is also passionate about working with adolescents, both in terms of mental health and capacity for learning.

Shauna is available on Saturday’s from 8am - 2pm. Other appointment times may be arranged via consultation. If you wish to make an appointment, Shauna can be contacted via email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), or phone (0409 653 581).>

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Ms Gwenda Gilligan

Ms Gwenda Gilligan is a Registered Psychologist and an Associate Member of the College of Clinical Psychologists. Her work includes individual therapy, group work, and couple therapy & family therapy.

She also undertakes psychological and cognitive assessments for children, adolescents and adults.

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RAYMOND VELDRE

BSc Psychology GradDip Community Counselling  MACA ARCAP

Psychotherapist and Counsellor

Raymond Veldre is an experienced psychotherapist and counsellor who is a full member of the Australian Counselling Association and is registered on the Australian Register of Counsellors and Psychotherapists.

Raymond received the Dean Award for Excellence during his psychology studies. Following his graduation he taught undergraduate counselling at the University of Canberra for three years; was a guest lecturer in post-graduate counselling ethics and is a current member of the Faculty of Health’s Counselling Advisory Group. Raymond is in the final stages of completing a Master of Counselling degree.

Raymond holds a current Working with Vulnerable People card and has a current National Police Clearance.

Raymond has had broad experience in the mental health sector. This experience includes policy development with the Mental Health Community Coalition of the ACT; mentoring with St Vincent DePaul’s Clemente Program; working with young substance dependent people with the Ted Noffs Foundation and adult substance dependent individuals at Karrlika Programs. Raymond has also worked with Uniting’s Newpin Program coaching young men to improve their parenting skills.

Raymond has a special interest in addictions, including the emerging issue of screen addiction. His other special area of interest includes male mental health. Raymond strongly believes men in general, and young men in particular need empathetic support to help them navigate the increasingly complex world in which we live.

Raymond has also worked with grief and loss; relationships; mediation and anger management.

While Raymond’s counselling orientation is essentially cognitive, he is familiar with a range of counselling modalities and is prepared to tailor treatments according to the needs of individual clients.

Raymond will be available on Mondays from 9am to 6pm from Monday 5th March 2018. If you would like to make an appointment please email him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by call 0491 0086308.

 RAYMOND VELDRE

BSc Psychology GradDip Community Counselling MACA ARCAP

Psychotherapist and Counsellor

Raymond Veldre is an experienced psychotherapist and counsellor who is a full member of the Australian Counselling Association and is registered on the Australian Register of Counsellors and Psychotherapists.

Raymond received the Dean Award for Excellence during his psychology studies. Following his graduation he taught undergraduate counselling at the University of Canberra for three years; was a guest lecturer in post-graduate counselling ethics and is a current member of the Faculty of Health’s Counselling Advisory Group. Raymond is in the final stages of completing a Master of Counselling degree.

Raymond holds a current Working with Vulnerable People card and has a current National Police Clearance.

Raymond has had broad experience in the mental health sector. This experience includes policy development with the Mental Health Community Coalition of the ACT; mentoring with St Vincent DePaul’s Clemente Program; working with young substance dependent people with the Ted Noffs Foundation and adult substance dependent individuals at Karrlika Programs. Raymond has also worked with Uniting’s Newpin Program coaching young men to improve their parenting skills.

Raymond has a special interest in addictions, including the emerging issue of screen addiction. His other special area of interest includes male mental health. Raymond strongly believes men in general, and young men in particular need empathetic support to help them navigate the increasingly complex world in which we live.

Raymond has also worked with grief and loss; relationships; mediation and anger management.

While Raymond’s counselling orientation is essentially cognitive, he is familiar with a range of counselling modalities and is prepared to tailor treatments according to the needs of individual clients.

Raymond will be available on Mondays from 9am to 6pm from Monday 5th March 2018. If you would like to make an appointment please email him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by call 0491 0086308.