Rebecca WheelerClinical Psychologist (Director)
Rebecca is the principal psychologist and Director of RWA Psychology. She is a Clinical Psychologist with a special interest in supporting parents with their experiences of parenting – from pregnancy & birth through to adjusting to both the joys and demands of parenting. Rebecca also works with adults in trauma, anxiety and depression, self esteem, attachment issues and personal growth.
May Soo is a counselling psychologist who has experience working with adults and adolescents in the treatment of depression, anxiety, stress, trauma and anger-related issues. She has a particular interest and passion in relationship counselling and has specialist training sexual health, assisting individuals and couples to understand themselves sexually and meet their sexual goals.
Michelle SinghClinical Psychologist
Michelle is a Clinical Psychologist who is passionate about working with children and young people, and their families. She has over 20 years of specialist experience in providing assessment and therapy in relation to a broad range of issues which can arise in childhood, adolescence, and family life.
Hanaan Haddad is a registered Psychologist who has worked in Australia and the UK in both clinical and forensic settings. She has worked extensively with a wide range of complex mental health conditions
Dr Katie ChungClinical Psychologist
Tanu is a gentle and compassionate clinician who a special interest in working with children and teenagers, and their families. Tanu can support clients with treatments for a range of presentations including ASD, ADHD, and emotional health challenges as well as assessments.
Zozan is passionate about working with adolescents, adults, families and their support networks. She offers a safe space to work through a range of difficulties and support clients to gain skills and a deeper level of understanding that leads to meaningful and lasting change.
Tess works with clients across the lifespan and has a special interest in supporting adolescents and their families, recognising that adolescence can be a particularly difficult time. When working with teens, Tess shows genuine compassion and focuses on developing trust, respect, and collaboration to build their personal strengths and skills.