Sally Goodwin MAAPi
Sally is a psychologist with a special interest in supporting people of all ages to manage health issues such as chronic illness, pain, cancer, adapting to any new diagnosis, supporting loved ones through health crises and implementing lifestyle changes to support health and wellbeing. Sally also enjoys working with people who are experiencing other life challenges relating to relationships, career or retirement as well as anxiety and depression. She utilises the principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Schema Therapy and Mindfulness to assist people to navigate their way through the ups and downs of life.
Sally completed a Master of Psychology (Health) at the University of Adelaide and has experience in hospital inpatient/outpatient, acute custodial and private practice settings. She is experienced in working in a culturally diverse environment and is committed to providing an inclusive, safe space for people to access the support they need. She is the mother of three adolescent boys and enjoys hiking, live music and travelling.
Jonathan Osis MAPS
Jonathan is a clinical psychologist who holds a keen interest in providing support to adults, children and adolescents with complex needs. Jonathan provides tailor-made therapy to support the needs of the individual and works within the framework of the third wave of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), integrating aspects of Mindfulness, Schema Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy into his work.
Jonathan has experience working with individuals with a wide range of mental health concerns, including anxiety and depressive disorders, trauma-related disorders, substance abuse disorders, and personality disorders. Jonathan is enthusiastic about listening to the stories of individuals with mental health concerns and assisting them in accomplishing their goals through promoting wellbeing and positive decision-making opportunities. Jonathan is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency.
Dr Michael Proeve MAPS
(Clinical & Forensic Psychologist)
Dr Michael Proeve is a clinical psychologist with over 20 years’ experience of assessment and psychological intervention, having worked with adults in public mental health and correctional settings in Victoria and South Australia. He has worked as a psychologist in prisons and community forensic mental health and was director of a treatment agency for sexual offenders. Prior to his current work at Adelaide University as Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, Michael has also worked as an academic in two other universities, training postgraduate students in clinical and forensic psychology. He is a member of the Australian Psychological Society Colleges for clinical and forensic psychology.
Michael’s primary theoretical approach is cognitive-behavioural therapy; he is also trained in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT). He utilises mindfulness meditation in his work and personal life. He is married with three children.