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Our Psychologists

Louise Kyle-Robinson

Louise Kyle-Robinson

Consultant Psychologist: CMC, B.A, Dip.Ed, M.A (Psych), M.A(REd)
Assoc. Member Australian Psychological Society

Louise Kyle-Robinson is a registered psychologist in full time private practice with over 14 years of Counselling/Psychotherapy experience. She offers a holistic approach to promoting emotional wellbeing- offering a practical blend of counselling/psychotherapy, mindfulness and meditation to create meaningful and lasting change.

Louise offers confidential and professional counselling for adults, couples, and older adults and specialises in treating Anxiety/Panic Attacks, Depression, StressFamily Issues, Burn out, Lack of Meaning & Purpose in Life, Loss and Grief, Parenting, Personal Development, Marital Enrichment, Self esteem/Confidence.

Louise has specialised for over a decade in treating adults and adolescence experiencing anxiety, depression, grief & bereavement, relationship issues and lack of self-esteem. She is passionate about helping alleviate emotional suffering and restoring hope, boosting confidence and building resilience so that you can live an authentic, meaningful life and feel more satisfied in yourself and in your relationships.

Her main therapeutic aim is to help clients move forward by promoting greater self-awareness in the client and by giving clients concrete, practical strategies to work with. Louise offers a warm and supportive environment and a library of resources for clients wishing to read helpful books to assist their progress. Louise charges reasonable rates and offers concessions for the unemployed. Medicare and Private Health Insurance Rebates are available.

If you would like to ask Louise a question please contact her via the form on this page or call (02) 9518 1061 to make an appointment with her today.

Louise’s Hours

Tuesday – 8.00am to 8.00pm
Friday – 8.00am to 2.00pm

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