Mrs Caroline Clegg

Psychologist

Caroline Clegg
Adults
Teenagers
Couples
 
 

Hi, I'm Caroline

I am a wife, a mother of two and a grandmother of four. My continuing drive is to see my family and I reach our full potential. Over the years I have learnt that life does not always go to plan and sometimes we have to reassess our goals along the way.

Personally, like so many others, I didn’t have the best start in life due to my family breakup and as such my education suffered. As an adult I decided to address this and went to TAFE with the goal of eventually going to university whilst juggling the demands of a young family and international travel. I found psychology to be interesting and personally useful so I continued with the study eventually graduating with a psychology degree (BSc.) in 2004. I have since completed additional university courses including a Post-Graduate Diploma in Psychology (2006) and a Post Graduate Certificate in Professional Psychological Practice (2008).

I now work as a psychologist who has a significant amount of life experiences to draw on whilst assisting others on their own personal journey. I have successfully worked with high achievers, battlers, veterans, carers, people with disabilities, rich and poor relating to all facets of their work and home life. I am quietly aware that my influence, knowledge, patience or acts of human kindness delivered in a non-judgemental manner has given many the strength and motivation to improve their lives. This has been a truly rewarding privilege that I value enormously and continually learn from.

My Approach

I work holistically with my clients and use a variety of psychological evidence based practices combined with my caring, supportive nature to help people find their way to get “back on track”. People need the opportunity to be heard and understood. I have a significant capacity for empathy and a genuine interest in assisting others to improve their lives. I use the window of opportunity that I have with my clients to help them identify their own personal needs which may be holding them back and renew their hope for a better future with newly acquired psychological skills.
Sometimes this may involve psycho-education, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) to name but a few approaches or provide assistance in order to navigate other suitable services according to their individual needs. I also help people to improve their self-esteem, manage depression and anxiety, understand their strengths, have a sense of humour and encourage problem solving to seek their own solutions in order to regain their work/life balance and all that life has in store for them.

I have a significant capacity for empathy and a genuine interest in assisting others to improve their lives.

Meaning & Value
Workplace relationships
Communication
Fertility and Perinatal
Life Transitions
Sexuality and Gender
Grief and Loss
Relationships
Sleep difficulties
Stress
Anxiety
Trauma
Self-Development
Loneliness
Depression
Long-term Health Concerns
Panic attacks
Career
Burnout
Bipolar Disorder
Alcohol and Drug Use
PTSD
Low mood
Fear of Failure
Social Anxiety
Tinnitus
Anger
OCD
Work Stress
Post Natal
Confidence
Self-Esteem
Adolescents (13-18)
Parenting
Family
Performance
Chronic Pain
Perfectionism
Eating Disorders
Benefits of My Mirror

Benefits of My Mirror


  • No wait times
  • Up to 21h/day access
  • Access from anywhere in Australia
  • Affordable therapy sessions

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