Team

Renae Paul

Registered Psychologist

support@mullumbimbypsychology.com.au
02 6684 4748
Fees: 50 min standard session

Standard Full fee – $175 (*$87.55 gap with Medicare rebate)
Standard Concession – $130 (*42.55 gap with Medicare rebate).

(*Medicare rebate $87.45 with a GP Mental Health Plan).
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Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday appointments. 
Clients: Children, Adolescents and Adults.

Renae is a registered psychologist who is experienced working with children, adolescents and adults. Renae provides psychological assessment and treatment for a range of psychological issues including behavioural concerns, relationship issues, stress, grief and loss, depression and a range of anxiety disorders.

Renae works with clients experiencing depression and a range of anxiety conditions, grief and loss, divorce and separation, coping and life skills, and behavioural concerns in children at school and at home. She uses a number of evidence-based interventions including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic Therapy, Play Therapy, Mindfulness and Solution-Focused Therapy. Renae also provide cognitive and adaptive psychological testing for children and adults if requested. She has conducted Social Skills Groups for children diagnosed with ADHD and ASD. Renae has undertaken Clinical Placements within the Victorian University Psychology Clinic, St Joseph’s Primary School in Melbourne, and most recently two Private Psychological Clinics in Lismore seeing children, families and adults. She has a strong interest in child development and the effects of trauma and/or family problems on children’s self-esteem and coping ability and helping children move through these difficulties.

Qualifications

Renae a Bachelor of Science (Psychology) from the University of Auckland, New Zealand and a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Psychology from the University of Queensland. She has a Masters of Psychology (Clinical) from Victoria University. Renae is a Member of the Australian Psychological Association (APS).