Shadelle is a Mental Health Occupational Therapist and Counsellor(completed counselling diploma in 2012) with over 14 years of experience across inpatient, outpatient, community and private practice settings. She has a very gentle, warm and relaxed approach that quickly puts clients at ease.

Shadelle draws on a range of evidence based practices and has formal training and experience in the following:

  • Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
  • Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) 
  • Schema Therapy
  • Sensory Modulation & Sensorimotor interventions 

Shadelle has a particular interest and passion in applying Self-Compassion Focussed modalities as she believes that shame and self-limiting beliefs to be a huge part of human suffering and block to personal growth.

Areas of more experience: Borderline Personality Disorder, Complex trauma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Eating disorders, Mood disorders, Self Harm, and Interpersonal relationship difficulties

Personal interests: running, cooking, spending time with her two children, taking time out down the coast.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor Of Occupational Therapy
  • Diploma of Counselling

Areas of more experience
Borderline Personality Disorder, Trauma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Eating disorders, Mood disorders, Self Harm and Interpersonal relationship difficulties
Personal interests
Meditation, Spirituality, Running and fitness, Nutrition and Cooking, having great fun with family and friends

Clinic updates


  1. Script requests will require an appointment. Head to the Online Booking page to book an appointment your psychiatrist, GP or nurse practitioner.
  2. Our Family Counsellor and Couple Counsellor is now accepting new patients. Please email us your name and reason for appointment and the intake forms will be sent out.
  3. We now have Mental Health GPs who are accepting new patients. Please email us your name and reason for appointment and the intake forms will be sent out.

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