As the holiday season draws closer we would like to reflect back over a busy 2016, with many wonderful highlights. We welcomed new Psychologists, gorgeous therapy dog – in training Fudge and we have been able to share a variety of interesting stories relating to Mullum Road Clinic in Ringwood.
We enjoy sharing our news and updates and we are pleased to continue being involved with the local community. Thank you to our clients for being part of Mullum Road Clinic in 2017.

Therapy Dog, Fudge, Mullum Road Clinic

Fudge, on the last day of work 2016

Holiday Business Hours

We will be closing from Friday December the 23rd at 6pm and reopening on Tuesday the 3rd January at 9am.

Holiday Support Services

We wish everyone a happy holiday season, but realise that it can be a challenging time too. If you are needing to contact any support services during this time, you can look some up on the bottom of our website Links page.
Our Instagram galleries will still be posting during the holidays, if you wish to keep up to date with our four legged friends (therapy dogs) during the holiday season.

Christmas Get Together

p1050053-3This year our annual Christmas get together was in the beautiful suburb of Warrandyte, at Round About Cafe. We enjoyed having the venue for Mullum Road Clinic and musicians Jack & Harry entertained us again this year.  It was a great opportunity for some of our new Psychologists, Counsellors and helpful staff to all come together and enjoy time out. Graham from Capt’n Dog Wash attended again this year too.
Capt’n Dogwash is a mobile dog grooming salon based in the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne. If you would like more information Capt’n Dogwash can be found on facebook.

The Year Ahead – 2017

Equine Assisted Therapy will be introduced by Leanne Winter (Clinical Psychologist) in March 2017. Equine Assisted Therapy encompasses a range of treatments that includes activities with horses and other equines to promote physical, occupational, and emotional growth in individuals.
We are looking forward to sharing more information, next year.

In 2017 we will be welcoming Jackie Bailey (Psychologist) and Alexandra Barbas (Relationship Counsellor).

Alexandra Barbas (Relationship Counsellor) will be joining our clinic in January 2017 and is an Associate Member of the Australian Psychological Society.
Alexandra has worked in relationship and couples counselling for 10 years in the community, non-profit and education sector. Alexandra draws on multiple modalities in her work and tailors her approach to meet the unique needs of each individual, couple or family unit. Alexandra uses an eclectic mix of relationship counselling, systemic therapy, trauma-informed counselling and emotion-focussed therapy. Alexandra also runs therapeutic groups for women managing anger, post-separation parenting groups and emotional intelligence parenting.

Jackie Bailey (Psychologist) will be joining our clinic in 2017 and is an Associate member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS).
In recent years Jackie Bailey has specialised in Autism Spectrum Disorders (children through to adult), anxiety, depression, grief/loss, child-centred play therapy and trauma. Jackie has completed Rainbow Kids Yoga training and Trauma Sensitive Yoga for Mental Health Clinicians. Specialties include; Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Depression, Grief, Anxiety & Phobias, Trauma and Parenting Strategies and more.

We look forward to welcoming our new Relationship Counsellor and Psychologist in 2017.

Mullum Road Clinic Psychologists wish everyone a safe and healthy holiday season. We look forward to sharing the year ahead in 2017.

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