Dr Matt CaseyMatt's qualifications are a Bachelor of Arts, a Masters in Public Health from Melbourne University and a PhD in Clinical Psychology from Fordham University, New York.
Matt has over 25 years' counselling and therapy experience, and has worked as a Clinical Psychologist in the public and private sector in both Australia and New York. As well as providing therapy and treating psychological disorders, Matt has extensive experience supervising and training other psychologists and implementing and evaluating treatment programs.
Matt's main areas of interest and expertise include depression and mood disorders, anxiety and anxiety disorders, life transitions, stress, adjustment issues and coping, long-term life patterns, and substance abuse.
He is experienced at providing a range of therapy modalities, including cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), interpersonal therapy, short-term psychodynamic therapy, mindfulness-based interventions, and substance abuse treatment.
Matt places emphasis on engaging clients in a collaborative dialogue in order to understand the relevant psychological issues and implement the most helpful and effective therapeutic process.
Matt has experience working with a wide range of individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds experiencing unique psychological difficulties, interpersonal stressors, and life challenges. He is experienced working with both adults and young people, and providing both short-term and longer-term therapy. Matt is a warm and caring therapist, with an empathic, attuned concern for his clients.
Along with his extensive clinical experience, Matt has also authored several academic papers on mental illness, memory, problem solving and personality in respected peer-reviewed journals such as Psychological Medicine and Psychological Assessment.
Matt is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), the APS College of Clinical Psychologists, and is fully registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulatory Authority.