How I can help you

Did you know that one in four people will experience anxiety in their life? That depression affects around one million Australians every year? Or that Dads can experience post-natal anxiety and depression, too? Whatever you're going through, you don't need to face it alone. 

 

Taking the first step can sometimes be the hardest. I'm here to help with anything that's troubling you, but I have particular experience and interest in:

Depression

Up to 1 in 20 men experience anxiety or depression during their partner's pregnancy and up to 1 in 10 struggle with anxiety or depression in the year following the birth of their baby.  Don't struggle alone.

Anxiety

Anxiety is the most common mental health condition in Australia.  On average 1 in four people will experience anxiety at some stage in their life and help is available.

Up to 1 in 10 women experience anxiety or depression during pregnancy and up to 1 in 7 struggle with depression and anxiety in the year following the birth of their baby.  We are here to help you.

Self-esteem

Self-esteem is associated with self-doubt, self-criticism, social isolation, suppressed anger, and shame. Low self-esteem is also a symptom of several mental health conditions, including anxiety and depression.  There are ways we can help.

Depression affects around 1 million Australians in any one year.  You are not alone.  Early treatment is important.

Mindfulness & Well-being

Feeling like you'd like to improve your general mental health and well-being? We can work with you to help incorporate mindfulness into your life

 

An approach as individual as you are

Everyone's personal challenges are different, so when it comes to helping you feel happy, engaged and confident, there's no 'one size fits all' approach. We draw on a range of recognised therapies and you will have an active role in deciding on the approach that we agree will work best for you. 

We've studied and trained in a range of therapy and counselling styles. Some of the main therapies we may agree will work best for you include:

Eye Movement
Desensitisation
& Reprocessing (EMDR)
Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Mindfulness
Schema Therapy
Online Therapy (Telehealth)

Meet your psychologists

Julie Mounter - Registered Psychologist

 

Hello, I'm Julie and I'm here to help. We chose the All Minds name for our psychology practice because we know that every mind and every person matters.

 

However you're feeling right now, when you come in to talk with me at our Templestowe clinic, or via Telehealth (video) you can expect a friendly, safe and respectful environment where we can explore personal challenges together.

Emma Sestan - Registered Psychologist

My name is Emma and I have a passion for providing respectful and non-judgmental therapy for all my clients.

 

My aim is to ensure that you have a safe and respectful space where we can promote personal growth, self-compassion and work through challenging times together.

Did you know that one in four people will experience anxiety in their life? That depression affects around one million Australians every year? Or that Dads can experience post-natal anxiety and depression, too? Whatever you're going through, you don't need to face it alone. 

 

Taking the first step can sometimes be the hardest. We're here to help with anything that's troubling you.

Take a step towards improved mental health and well-being today.

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