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Good psychological health with ourselves, our family, our work colleagues and our communities is a right not a privilege.
Seeking support is a sign of strength. It may involve one good conversation, two or three sessions or occasionally longer term engagement. The biggest reward is realising that stress and anxiety is normal, chronic stress anxiety and consequent depression does require assistance. The experience is always liberating.
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Sue has a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW), an Advanced Graduate Diploma in Clinical Medical Hypnosis and is an Accredited Mental Health & Clinical Social Worker.
Sue has worked in Maternity, Neonatal Intensive Care Units, Emergency Departments, Paediatrics, Oncology, Palliative Care, Traumatic Brain Injury Units, Aged Care and Rehabilitation. In collaboration with Professor Scott Stuart, Professor of Psychiatry & Psychology, University Iowa, USA Sue teaches Interpersonal Psychotherapy to Health Care Professionals at an annual conference.
She is a member of the Australian Association of Social Workers (MAASW), the Perinatal Society of Australian and New Zealand (PSANZ), the Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association (ANZMH), the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health (APPAH) and the International Psychotherapy Institute (IPI).
Sue has post-graduate qualifications in:
Workplace Bullying Management – Australian Psychological Society
Suicide Prevention – Australian Psychological Society
Complex Anxiety & Depression
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – University of Sydney
Circle of Security Parenting Training
Trauma, Borderline Disorder and Parenting with Professor Louise Newman – Centre for Advanced Studies in Psychotherapy and Counselling
Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Assault – Accredited by Adults Surviving Child Abuse (ASCA)
Advanced Graduate Diploma of Clinical Hypnosis – College of Medical Hypnosis
Sue specialises in:
Workplace Policy & Procedures Development
Mental Health and Chronic Disease Management
Complex Anxiety and Depression Management
She is registered as a WorkCover Psychology Service Provider (Number 8453) and is also an accredited Medicare Mental Health Provider.
Sue Hawkins is also a consultant and professional educator, offering corporate /workplace public speaking programs on Change & Culture in the Workplace, Effective Work place Communication, and Understanding the role of Stress and Anxiety in the Workplace
Sue Hawkins is also the Principal and Primary Clinician of a second business, Your Pregnancy Matters, which offers counselling and psychotherapy services relating to pregnancy, parenthood and/or women’s health
Medicare rebates may apply please ask at your first appointment.
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9 Leagay Crescent
Frenchs Forest East