Living Well Psychology


Julie Nada Kohl

Areas of Interest NDIS therapeutic support Anxiety & depression ADHD & ASD Trauma Adolescence LGBTQI+ Julie is a provisionally registered psychologist with a Master of Professional Psychology from Bond University on the Gold Coast. She is currently completing a 12 month internship with us under the guidance of director and Clinical Psychologist Michael Grace.  Julie […]

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National Disability Insurance Scheme Services Living Well Psychology & Support provide affordable and quality therapeutic support services to current plan managed and self managed NDIS participants. We also offer comprehensive diagnostic assessments for individuals with psychosocial or neurodevelopmental disorders who are looking to access to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) for the first time. […]

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Liana Harris

Areas of Interest Children & familes Anxiety & depression ADHD & ASD Trauma Liana is a generally registered psychologist who grew up in the Northern Rivers. She is a warm, caring, and gentle professional who prides herself on her ability to connect with clients and create a space for them to feel safe as they […]

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Clayton McDonald

Areas of Interest Anxiety Depression LGBT mental health Trans & Gender Diverse Health Personality (BPD specifically) Trauma Clayton is a registered psychologist who is warm, and friendly, and takes a client centred approach to therapy, providing an open and comfortable environment within session. Clayton has had experience working with adolescents and adults across a variety […]

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Lauren Hudson

Areas of Interest: Mood and anxiety management Pain management Relationship Issues  Domestic Violence Counselling Lauren is a Clinical Psychologist who completed her Bachelor of Psychology at ACU, and Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology and Masters of Psychology (Clinical) at Bond University. Lauren has worked in the public health sector at the Gold Coast Interdisciplinary Persistent Pain […]

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Catherine Credland-Ballantyne

Areas of Interest: Trauma Anxiety Positive Psychology Cate completed her Bachelor of Psychological Sciences with Honours degree at Bond University in 2017 and her Master of Clinical Psychology degree at Griffith University (Gold Coast) in 2019. Cate was born on the Gold Coast, and returned here to study after a number of years living in […]

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Join Our Team

Current Opportunities We are currently inviting applications for psychologists in the following roles: Senior Psychologist or Clinical Psychologist Graduate Psychologist – working towards clinical endorsement About us We have an awesome team of professional and ethical practitioners who deliver authentic care to all our clients. Our administration team are experienced in matching referrals to the […]

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Dr Laura Uhlmann

Areas of Interest Anxiety Disordered Eating Body Image Laura is a Clinical Psychologist, who completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology, with honours in 2012, her clinical master’s degree in 2017 and  PhD in 2019. Laura’s research was aimed at better understanding the reasons why young women idealise unrealistic body types and engage in disordered eating […]

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Harry Theodore

Areas of Interest • Older Persons Mental Health • Trauma • Grief & Loss • Men’s Issues Harry Theodore is a clinical psychologist and full member of the Australian Psychological Society. He has 15 years of experience treating adults in public mental health and private capacities assisting adults with chronic and acute presentations. Harry has extensive knowledge in the […]

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Victoria Simpkins

Areas of Interest: • Works with Adults & Older Persons • Trauma • Grief & Loss • Complex Mental Health Issues Victoria is a Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years of experience in assisting adult individuals with psychopathology.  Victoria has a bright sense of humour which she incorporates into her therapeutic relationships and is passionate regarding quality of life […]

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Dr Dee Bartrum

Areas of Interest: • Children • Adolescents • Families Dee is a Clinical Psychologist who completed her Bachelor of Psychology degree with Honours and Clinical Psychology PhD at Griffith University, Gold Coast. She is a motivated individual with an outgoing, enthusiastic, fun-loving nature, well suited to working clinically with children, adolescents and families. Dee has worked […]

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Julie Henry

Areas of Interest: • Infants & Children (0-12yrs) • Assessment & Testing Julie is a Clinical Psychologist who completed her Bachelor of Psychology (Hons) and Master of Clinical Psychology at Griffith University, Gold Coast. She has worked with children, adolescents, adults and families in both public health and private practice setting for over 10 years. […]

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About Us

Living Well Psychology & Support was established in 2009 by Clinical Psychologists Michael Grace and Harry Theodore. Both were working in the local public health system and identified a growing need for affordable and accessible psychological and counselling services in our local area. We have selected a team of experienced psychologists who compliment each other […]

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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a lifelong developmental disability characterised by difficulties in social interaction, communication, restricted and repetitive interests and behaviours, and sensory sensitivities. These behaviours often manifest in an intense and focused interest in a particular subject matter; stereotyped body movements like hand flapping and spinning; and an unusual and heightened sensitivity to […]

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Some of the things we can help to better manage or overcome are: Depression Anxiety Panic Attacks Stress Management Eating Disorders Trauma Relationship Issues Grief & Loss Coping with Change Pain Management Workplace Injury Workplace Bullying Autism Spectrum Disorder Find a practitioner who specialises in helping adults…

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