Dr Stephanie Dias

Dr Stephanie Dias obtained her Doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Deakin University.

Steph has a passion for building collaborative, honest therapeutic relationships, grounded in respect and empathy.

She works with adults across a range of life challenges including depression, anxiety, trauma, identity and relationship issues and procrastination. Stephanie has worked at Headspace and University Counselling Services. She has supported people with transitions at key developmental stages, and has worked with people of a variety of ages across the lifespan.

Her therapeutic approach is client-centred and collaborative, meeting each individual where they are in their journey and working together towards their goals. Stephanie aims to create a space where her clients feel safe, supported, and heard.

Stephanie uses evidence-based approaches, primarily Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). She also draws from Mindfulness-Based Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). She is trained in Cognitive Processing therapy (CPT) for PTSD, and she is working towards additional credentialing in this area.

Stephanie also has an interest in addiction research and remains an active researcher in gambling disorder.

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