Grace Da CamaraPsychologist
Grace Da Camara
Grace is a registered psychologist working with Adults, Adolescents, Children, as well as families. She provides a warm, supportive, compassionate and non-judgemental therapeutic environment that supports clients to recognize their own strengths and abilities to overcome challenges in life.
Areas of interest includes:
- ADHD Assessment and Management (adults and children)
- Relationship Issues
- Anger Management
- Grief and Loss
- Personal development
- Anxiety and Panic
- Stress Management
- Family and Parenting Issues
- Behaviour and Social difficulties
- Communication Skills
- Emotional Regulation
- Behaviour Management Training
- Assimilation/Immigration difficulties
- Support Group Facilitation
I skilled in a range of therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy and Acceptance Commitment Therapy. I believe that the relationship between Therapist and Client is central to the counselling process and that there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach, clients will have different needs based on their presenting issues and history.
- Registered with the Psychology Board of Australia (PBA)
- Australian Psychology Society (APS)
- Australian Association Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (AACBT)
- Association of Contextual Behavioural Science (ACBS)
What is a psychologist?
Psychologists are professionals that are registered with the Psychology Board of Australia and are qualified in the study of how people feel, think, act and interact. Through a range of strategies and therapies they aim to decrease distress and promote emotional wellbeing.
A session with our psychologist lasts around 55 minutes.
Details: Psychologist Grace da Camara of SafeZone Counselling
When: Available every Tuesday between 9:00am and 17:00pm and some Saturdays as needed.
Cost: Our standard fee is $140.00, with a Medicare rebate of $84.00
I offer Medicare Rebateable Services under the ‘Better Access to Mental Health Care Initiative’. In order to receive treatment through Medicare, you must be referred by your GP on a Mental Health Plan or have a referral from your Psychiatrist or Paediatrician. Under a Mental Health Care Plan you may access 10 counselling sessions in a calendar year. Your GP will assess your progress after six sessions before approving and/or making recommendations for the additional 4 sessions.