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A Life Simply Lived - Psychology by Naomi Malone - based at Station Street Wellbeing Centre in Boort, Victoria.
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About

What Is A Life Simply Lived Psychology?

Our mission is to assist our clients to build vibrant authentic meaningful lives, based on what they value as important.

Our practice model is holistic and considers emotional health and wellbeing in the greater context of movement, nutrition, social connection, sleep, and spirituality.

We are committed to providing a multidisciplinary approach to client care, maintaining (with client consent) excellent communication with GPs and other allied health professionals in order to maximise the mental health and wellbeing outcomes for our clients.

Our highly qualified and experienced team is committed to providing a service which is mindful of and empathic towards the unique needs of rural people, their families, lifestyles and communities.

Clients’ privacy and confidentiality are imperative (Link to confidentiality policy)

Our practice operates from a convenient, rural location. Boort is situated halfway between the larger centres of Swan Hill and Bendigo, with an approximate 30-45 minute proximity to several small communities including Pyramid Hill, Kerang, Quambatook, Wedderburn, Korong Vale, Charlton, Wycheproof, Barham, Cohuna and Inglewood.

Meet The Team

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Dr Naomi Malone

Principal Psychologist

Dr Naomi Malone is an experienced counselling psychologist with a strong interest in working with perinatal, elderly, couples, and trauma populations. Through a variety of urban and rural settings, Naomi has developed a holistic, client-centred approach to psychology with a focus on connections between mind, body and lifestyle.

Naomi uses evidence based cognitive behaviour techniques such as ACT, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and mindfulness, as well as interpersonal psychotherapy and EMDR.

 

Qualifications : DPsych (counselling), BSc hons (psychology).

Professional memberships: Member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS)

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U’Nita Harold

Provisional Psychologist

U’Nita is a Provisional Psychologist with a strong interest in health psychology, specifically the connection between the mind, the gut, and the body.

U’Nita, originally from New Zealand, has worked extensively in a holistic based practice, assisting client’s suffering from autoimmune disorders, chronic fatigue, sleep disruptions, negative body image, and weight management.

During that time U’Nita developed a strong interest in psychoneuroimmunology. Alternatively conceptualised as the way mental health can influence the body’s natural immune response in a manner that is erroneous to health.

U’Nita uses evidence based cognitive behavioural techniques such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, mindfulness and Intuitive Eating to enable clients of all ages to gain better tools in approaching psychological issues, lifestyle stressors and chronic health diagnoses.

Qualifications: MSc (Psychology), BSc (Psychology)

Professional memberships: Member of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)

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Helena McCalman

Provisional Psychologist

Helena is not (always) flawless, but she has a diamond heart. She is endlessly curious, always hilarious, and gets on yo level stat. Her areas of interest are about as eclectic as she is; children and young people, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) behavioural interventions, sleep, anxiety, pre and post-op bariatric surgery, and anything LGBT+ related.

Helena has extensive experience engaging meaningfully with people living in rural and remote locations and considers this to be her strongest area of interest and biggest passion.

Helena has over five years’ experience working with children and young people in out-of-home-care and is way tougher than she looks, but please, do not take this as a challenge. Helena enjoys fun facts (the stranger, the better) and, much like Gemma, basking in the sun.

Qualifications: Bachelor of Psychology

Professional memberships: Member of the Australian Psychological Assocation

Gemma
Gemma

Therapy Dog

Gemma is our Therapy Dog.

She is on board to help facilitate clients with emotional expression, by creating a calm and soothing environment, responding well to emotions and providing unconditional love.

Gemma loves pats & cuddles. She is available 2 days a week. When she is not at work, you’ll find her basking in the sun, back home on the farm, with her little sister, Pippa.

 

Qualifications: Foundation Animal-Assisted Interventions & Therapy Dog Certification