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Dr Lisa Chinnery Clinical Psychologist

Dr Lisa Chinnery

Registered Clinical Psychologist           

Client groups: Adolescents, Adults and Families


Lisa completed her postgraduate training at The Australian National University (ANU), with a special focus on the treatment of adolescents with eating disorders. Lisa has undertaken additional training to obtain endorsement as a Clinical Psychologist.


Lisa has worked in a variety of roles within private practice and in community mental health. She provides a number of evidence-based therapeutic interventions and is passionate about empowering clients to make positive changes and improve their quality of life. She views the therapeutic relationship as collaborative and empowering and aims to provide clients with practical strategies to build on their strengths and resources.



Assessment & Treatment of

  • Depression,

  • Anxiety and phobias,

  • Eating Disorders,

  • Health concerns including weight management,

  • Body image disturbances,

  • Stress management and relaxation, 

  • Grief and loss,

  • Bullying,

  • Self-esteem issues,

  • Regulating emotions,

  • Parenting challenges,

  • Transitioning life stages,

  • Family conflict, and

  • Work/school stress and social difficulties.


Treatment Approaches

  • Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT),

  • Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT),

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT),

  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), 

  • Family Based Treatment (FBT),

  • Motivational Interviewing (MI),

  • Relaxation strategies and stress management,

  • Anger management,

  • Psycho-education, and

  • Mindfulness

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