The Asian Australian Mental Health Practitioner List

Connect with our list of psychologists, counsellors and mental health social workers from across Australia.

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Telehealth

Lemuel Tan

AURE: Psychology Counselling & Therapy

Psychologist
Website
Email
Phone: 0488 194 610
Location
: Ellenbrook / The Vines, WA / Telehealth Australia Wide
Areas of Practice: 
Mental Health - Particularly complex trauma and family of origin, neurodivergence - ASD/ADHD, clinical supervision (Board approved supervisor)

 
Note - I see children, youth, adults and couples and have international clients via tele-health.

Saba Danawala

Counsellor
Website
Instagram
Email
Location: Victoria Park, WA / Telehealth Australia-wide
Areas of practice: 
Coping with chronic conditions (women's and men's health), Infertility, pregnancy, postpartum, and parenting, Relationships (family and marital/partnered)
Other languages spoken: Urdu, Hindi

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This list is provided for general information only and Shapes and Sounds does not endorse or recommend any of the practitioners listed. Always seek guidance from your general practitioner when seeking mental health support.

This list is a work in progress and new practitioners from different states will be added periodically.

Change occurs frequently and it is your responsibility to seek the most up-to-date information from your chosen mental health practitioner.

This list is not an emergency contact point. If you are experiencing a crisis please do not contact the practitioners below. Instead, please call 000 or Lifeline on 13 11 14.