Carly Dober is a psychologist with a particular interest in the issues that affect the mental health and emotional well-being of young women. She is a Director at the Australian Association of Psychologists Incorporated (AAPi).
There is a growing research base demonstrating online therapy is just as effective as face-to-face therapy, which has allowed us to feel confident that we can offer the same high quality of service online as we would face-to-face.
Our online clinic allows the convenience and flexibility of having professional support in your own home, which is ideal for people with busy schedules, mobility limitations, or who prefer this mode of treatment.
Your privacy is of the utmost importance to us, so we ensure our online forms and information storage systems are all encrypted, our telehealth consultations take place via a HIPAA compliant video conferencing system, and we use certified secure payment systems.
Carly is a psychologist with a particular interest in the issues that affect young women’s mental health and emotional well-being.
She is a Director at the Australian Association of Psychologists Incorporated (AAPi).
Carly Dober has experience guiding individuals to understand themselves, their experiences, and their social context to reach a place of greater self-acceptance and increased well-being.
As part of the process, she supports clients in understanding and responding to emotions, developing assertiveness to strengthen boundaries, understanding trauma and how this impacts behaviours and functioning, and unpacking and challenging gender stereotypes.
Carly is passionate about preventative mental health care, acknowledging the multitude of systemic and social actors that may get in the way of our optimal well-being.
Carly has experience in guiding individuals to understand themselves, their experiences, and their social context, in order to reach a place of greater self-acceptance and increased wellbeing. As part of the process, she supports clients in understanding and responding to emotions, developing assertiveness to strengthen boundaries, understanding trauma and how this impacts behaviours and functioning, and unpacking and challenging gender stereotypes. Carly is passionate about preventative mental health care, acknowledging the multitude of systemic and social actors that may get in the way of our optimal well-being.
Carly takes a person-centred, holistic approach to therapy; she draws from eco-psychology and utilises evidence-based therapies, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Mindfulness, and Nature Therapy to help clients break free from the negative life patterns that underlie longstanding psychological difficulties and challenging relationships.
At the heart of Carly’s approach is the belief that all of our emotions make sense and hold important information about our values and needs.
If you still have questions, you’re welcome to book a complimentary 10-minute appointment to discuss what you are looking for in therapy and the support I am able to provide.
Our fees are set in accordance with the Australian Association of Psychologists Incorporated (AAPi) recommended schedule of fees as follows:
Initial consult – $230.00
Subsequent session – $210.00
After-hours session (4.45 – 9pm) $230
Saturday session: $250.00
Clients are able to access a Medicare rebate ($89.65) for the above private fee.
Not covered by Medicare.
Not covered by Medicare.
1 hour family therapy session (2 people) – $270.00
1.5 hour family therapy session (3 or more people) – $390.00
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Carly Dober offers insightful and engaging workshops to corporate and community clients, drawing on her well-being expertise and leadership experience.
We provide a positive approach to workplace mental health. We can assist with strategic reviews, policy design, enablement, and implementation support.
Get in contact with Carly to discuss your needs.
Many individuals can experience symptoms associated with painful and traumatic circumstances.
Trauma-sensitive yoga can support shifting the experience of yoga from the external to the internal.
Trauma-sensitive yoga does not focus on external appearances, such as doing a pose “right,” or external praise from an instructor, as may be the case in traditional yoga. Rather, trauma-sensitive yoga focuses on the internal experience.
This shift encourages participants to listen to their body to inform decision-making, leading to a better mind-body connection, and a stronger sense of agency.
Carly Dober offers bespoke Nature Therapy packages, designed for individuals needing to reconnect with their environment, and for groups of up to 12 people.
Blue and green spaces have been long shown to benefit mental and physical health.
Carly facilitates this process in a mindful and reflective manner.
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