Our vision is to create communities of extraordinarily ordinary people who are

We are a collective of Clinical, Counselling and Forensic Psychologists who believe in making the world a better place one person, one couple, one family and one community at a time.

Our vision is to create communities of extraordinarily ordinary people who are self-aware, compassionate and growth-focused. 

Perth Psychology Collective

It’s pretty common to be asked, ‘why do you do what you do?’ And for each of us in the collective, we have our own unique reason. But there is undoubtedly a common theme.

Put simply, we want to help people find ‘wellbeing’.

Mental health difficulties are on the rise and they don’t discriminate according to gender, age, ethnicity, education or socioeconomic status.

Clinical Counselling Psychology

Positive Psychology

Forensic Psychology


PPC Team Photo

Diversity and Inclusion

Perth Psychology Collective respectfully acknowledge that we work on Aboriginal land and we pay our respects to community members and Elders, past and present.

We are committed to embracing diversity and eliminating all forms of discrimination in the provision of our services. We welcome all people irrespective of ethnicity, lifestyle choice, faith, sexual orientation and gender identify.

We want to ensure everyone who needs mental health support is able to access the right service and receive the help they need. While our premises is an old building without wheelchair access, we offer Telehealth services. Further, we have experience using Interpreter services and should this be required can do so at the client’s expense.   


We are Accessibility Friendly

Unfortunately our premises are upstairs and in an old building without wheelchair access. Should you wish to receive psychological counselling, we are happy to offer our services via Telehealth.

Our Psychologists

Jessica Lambert

Jessica Lambert


Caris Horton

Jacinta Eliot

Jacinta Eliot

Chad Monger

Chad Monger

Amy Gardiner

Amy Gardiner


Peta Blevins

Angharad Titlestad

Angharad Titlestad


Kerry McCabe

Dora Accouche

Dora Accouche

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Veronica Smith

Kirstin Bouse

Kirstin Bouse

Rheeann Colquhoun



Mary Brennan

Find Your Wellbeing with our Perth Psychologists

Perth Psychology Collective is a union of psychologists in Morley, Bayswater, offering a diverse suite of psychological services to help you become the best version of yourself. While each of our psychologists has their own unique reasons for entering the field of psychology, we remain united by a central vision: helping people find their wellbeing, on their own terms.

Passionate and focused, our psychologists in Perth are committed to creating communities of extraordinary people, one person at a time. From equipping an individual with the tools needed for personal growth, to inspiring empathy in couples and understanding within families, our psychologists believe in the healing and transformation of communities.

Consisting of forensic, clinical and counselling psychologists, Morley and greater Bayswater locals can find their own brand of solace at Perth Psychology Collective.

Services offered by our psychology clinic in Morley and greater Bayswater

As a collective, we can offer multiple modes of psychology to meet diverse needs. Our counselling, forensic and clinical psychologists in Morley tend to Bayswater locals from all walks of life, guiding you through any times of difficulty.

Life is unpredictable, with all of us experiencing peaks and troughs. Whether you are facing a particularly traumatic event or are simply rundown from the pressures of life, Perth Psychology Collective can assist.

We focus on fostering an individual’s self-awareness, connectedness and sense of purpose. This way, you are equipped with tools that you can use throughout life, from fully appreciating joyous moments to persevering through difficult times.

To meet individual needs, Perth Psychology Collective works across several different branches of psychology. This includes clinical psychology, counselling psychology, positive psychology and forensic psychology. Using a combination of cognitive behavioural, trauma-focused, acceptance, compassion, psychodynamic and commitment therapy, as well as mindfulness techniques, yoga practices, schema and gestalt psychotherapies, there is sure to be an outlet for you at Perth Psychology Collective. Simply get in touch with our friendly team to discover what will best serve you.

The Perth Psychology Collective approach

Perth Psychology Collective embodies connection, self-awareness, purpose, compassion, realness and generosity in everything we do. The objective is helping you live your best life by way of connecting with your best self. From mental health difficulties and traumatic life events to simply bettering yourself, our psychologists help you explore what purpose means to you.

At the same time, we forgo some of the prescriptive aspects of psychology. Instead, we work alongside you to bring your life experiences and self-knowledge to the forefront. The formal training and experience of our team adds further value to each session, without compromising on real, human connection.

Wherever you are on your journey, we’ll be right there with you, taking things one step at a time.


We serve the wider Perth region including Embleton, Inglewood, Dianella, Morley, and Ashfield.

The List

Here are some of the things we can help you with

  • Children and Adolescent Counselling
  • Anger management
  • Anxiety
  • Behavioural and emotion regulation problems
  • Body image
  • Bullying
  • Depression
  • Eating disorders
  • Family Breakdown & Therapy
  • Gender and sexual identity
  • Grief
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Parents
  • Phobias
  • Relationships
  • Family conflict / breakdown
  • Friendships
  • Romantic relationships
  • Self-esteem
  • Self-harm and suicide
  • Sexting
  • Poor communication
  • Sexually inappropriate behaviour
  • Substance use
  • Trauma
  • Adult Counselling
  • Addictions
  • Substance addiction
  • Gambling addiction
  • Online gaming addiction
  • Online pornography
  • Adjustment difficulties
  • Anger management
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar
  • Birth trauma
  • Body image
  • Borderline personality disorder
  • Depression
  • Eating disorders
  • Fertility
  • Fostering
  • Gender and Sexual Identity
  • Wellbeing
  • Working motherhood
  • Grief
  • Parenting
  • Perfectionism
  • Performance
  • Career/Business Performance
  • Life Performance
  • Perinatal depression and anxiety
  • Personal / self development
  • Pregnancy, Infant and Child Loss
  • Narcissistic personality disorder
  • Relationships
  • Family conflict / breakdown
  • Children & family breakdown therapy
  • Infidelity
  • Self esteem
  • Sexual abuse
  • Sexual difficulties
  • Suicide and self-harm
  • Transitions
  • Becoming a parent
  • Career transitions
  • Career transitions
  • Career/Business Performance

PERTH PSYCHOLOGISTS // I help exhausted and discouraged psychologists who’ve lost their passion for client-work, find their Centre, tap into their wisdom and re-ignite their purpose. Unlike other modalities of therapy and coaching, I offer practices of breathwork, meditation, yoga and journalling to replenish and restore the soul.
Come and join my series of delicious soul-nourishing sessions starting on 8th August. Click the link in the bio or below. 🙏💜. #befullyhuman #meditation #breathwork#yogaformentalhealth #yogapsychology #mentalhealth #psychologistsrock #whereyoumeetyourselfonthemat


We wish you a safe and enjoyable Christmas and New Year! ...

Clinical Psychologist Caitlin Sopp has put together a blog in recognition of World Prematurity Day. Check it out by visiting the blog on our website (link in bio) ...

We have joined Punchpass to bring you our first time of Yoga for Mental Health!

Pop yogaformentalhealth.punchpass.com/ in to your browser to check it out

It's that time again. Yoga for Mental Health is on!

We are setting up for our first round of classes in our beautiful new studio. Email our admin at hello@perthpsychologycollective.com.au if you would like to know more

For everyone, trauma or not, adult or child, masks may increase our anxiety. They are a very visible sign that things are not normal and that COVID poses a very real threat.

Our practitioner, Kate Maassen, has written a short post about how wearing a mask can feel for some, what to do if it's causing you stress, and how to react to 'that lady' in the supermarket.

Check out the link in our bio.

The Perth Psychology Collective team will still be here to continue sessions. Due to restrictions and in order to make sure we are keeping our staff and clients as safe as possible; all appointments will be conducted via telehealth. ...

We're back!
I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and New Years. We've had a few days to put our feet up and we're back, bring on 2021!

We've got a few exciting things in the pipeline, including a new location! Stay tuned to see some sneak peaks as our new home comes togather.

Our Administration team are taking a short break over Christmas and New Year from the 25th of December - 3rd of January.
While Christmas can be a lot of fun, it can also be a tricky, stressful time! If you need some extra support while our Administration members are away, we've put together a little list of some helpful support services...

Lifeline on 13 11 14

The Samaritans on 13 52 47

CAMHS on 1800 048 636 for concerns regarding children

MHERL on 1300 555 788 for concerns regarding adults

Look what we've got!

Some of you may know that we have been searching high and low for a new (bigger) place to call home. We've finally found the one, taken the big leap and signed ourselves up for a new adventure.
For all of our existing clients - don't worry, we aren't moving far at all.
We can't wait to keep you all updated about how things are progressing - stay tuned!

What do you think of our festive logo? 🎄🎅🤶☃️❄️🎁 ...

"At the going down of the sun, and in the morning, we will remember them" - Laurence Binyon

For all those who served for us once, for those that serve for us now, we are honoured to hold you in our thoughts today.

The 8th-14th of November is Perinatal Mental Health Week.
As if being a the trials and tribulations of pregnancy and parenthood aren't enough, this year we've had to do it all with an international pandemic. You are an especially brave bunch!

#perinatalmentalhealth #mentalhealth #birthingthroughcovid #perinatalwellness #postnataldepression #perinatalanxiety #perinatalocd #birthtrauma #perinatalloss #miscarriage #stillbirth #neonataldeath #askforhelp #psychologistsrock #letmehelpyou #mindfulness #selfawareness #wellbeingformums#perthmums
#journeyofmotherhood #wellbeingformums #perthmums #happymums #mentalhealth #selfcare #consciousparenting

Tomorrow - our friends at The Good Chat Foundation are hosting another of their fabulous events - a charity luncheon on Mental Health in the Community.

Our clinical psychologist, April Kane, will be answering some questions and raising awareness about the mental health challenges, and the role that sport and exercise can play in achieving positive mental health outcomes, particularly for young people in the community 🏄‍♀️🚴⚽

Throughout the month of October, members of the Perth Psychology Team have walked over 350km in solidarity for people in Australia living with mental illness. We have exceeded our goal of $2000, so thankyou too all that participated and donated. We are so happy to be doing our bit to help this wonderful cause - and getting some exercise in the process! ...