Joanna is a registered Clinical Psychologist and a Board Approved Supervisor. Joanna works with adolescents, adults, couples and families, and can help with a range of issues, including anxiety and depression, trauma and PTSD, relationships, stress management, grief, sleep, disordered eating, personality disorders, substances, and self esteem.
Joanna uses a range of evidence based therapies to assist clients, and has a special interest in the areas of relationships and trauma. Joanna is based primarily in the Mornington rooms, and is located in Baxter one day per week offering nature based and equine assisted sessions. Joanna provides a warm and empathetic space for clients to explore their thoughts and feelings, and believes growth and change is possible at any stage of life.
Imogen is a Provisional Psychologist with a Masters of Professional Psychology and is also a certified Equine Assisted Psychotherapist (Equine Psychotherapy Institute). Imogen is passionate about improving mental health outcomes for children, teens and adults and brings together her professional skills with a connection to horses in her practice.
Imogen is based at the Baxter farm, and can offer evidence-based therapies via telehealth, room-based setting or with the support of the horses. She adopts a flexible, creative and client-centered approach to supporting awareness, emotion regulation, acceptance, connection and growth. Imogen can assist with a range of presentations including anxiety and depression, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, trauma, stress management, self esteem, and more.
Imogen is a passionate showjumper with her horses Bella and Larry (and their companion Copper the mini) and has lots of dogs.