Susanne can provide educational and psychological assessments for children, teenagers and adults, as well as counselling and therapy for a wide range of issues affecting teenagers, including depression, anxiety, family breakdown, grief and loss, self-esteem, bullying, social media, to choosing a career.
She has a particular interest in helping teenagers with strategies to manage a variety of specific learning difficulties, including ADHD and high-functioning autism spectrum disorders, and is experienced in supporting and developing strategies for optimum psychological functioning in children, teenagers and adults.
In addition to her work with young people, Susanne enjoys working with adults. She has a particular interest in helping people who have been traumatised by sexual abuse, domestic violence, assault and accident and civilian victims of war.
Susanne provides couples therapy, as well as support to people going through divorce, family court, and other difficulties.
Overall Susanne can help with a broad spectrum of issues, including (but not limited to):
- learning difficulties and giftedness,
- family breakdown,
- cross-cultural issues,
- workplace issues,
- critical incident management,
- loss and grieving,
- career changes,
- making decisions to manage life changes for optimum well-being.
In therapy, Susanne draws on evidence-based strategies including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Interpersonal Therapy, Schema Therapy, Neuropsychotherapy, and Narrative Therapy. In addition, Susanne also teaches her clients relaxation and mindfulness techniques to help improve their overall mental health.
Bookings and Fees: To make an appointment with Susanne Gilmour, try Online Booking – Loganholme or call M1 Psychology (Loganholme) on (07) 3067 9129.