Counselling Psychotherapy Clinical & Corporate Psychology & Coaching

Counselling Psychotherapy Clinical & Corporate Psychology & Coaching
Counselling Psychotherapy Clinical & Corporate Psychology & Coaching
Health & Welfare Services-SOUTHPORT, QLD
Health & Welfare Services-Southport, QLD
Services CPCCPC offers a range of psychological services to individuals, families, groups and organisations. Counselling and interventions are based on ongoing assessments of individual, ..
Suite 5 Osler House 16 Tweed Street, Southport, Qld, 4215.
Suite 5 Osler House 16 Tweed Street, Southport, Ql..
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Services CPCCPC offers a range of psychological services to individuals, families, groups and organisations. Counselling and interventions are based on ongoing assessments of individual, relationship and group functioning, and referenced to practical, clinical and research-based psychological knowledge. An Applied Psycho-Educational (APE) focus encourages clients to take control of their own destiny early in the process. Attention is usually focused on wellness and personal growth rather than psychopathology or disease models. Most commonly individual or group presenting problems are viewed at CPCCPC in an holistic, relational and systemic fashion allowing multiple approaches and solutions to problems encountered. Although a person might identify problems in their life, we tend to find these problems tend to be relational, with either workplace or intimate relationships impacting heavily on personal wellbeing. In-depth and ongoing clinical interviews and assessments aim to establish the context and complexity of presenting problems as an adjunct to counselling or other psychological interventions. Given the complexity of human psychology approaches at CPCCPC tend to be eclectic, drawing from established methodologies underpinned by scientific research, and tailored to individual or group requirements. When counselling couples, families or groups interventions are targeted to individual needs facilitating personal growth of each participant in the process. Individual counselling can be accommodated within couple, family or group focused interventions. CPCCPC psychologists/counsellors/coaches commonly attend to problems such as: Relationship & Marital Issues/Conflict Parenting & Family-Functioning Gender, Sexuality & Affairs Alternative Relationship Styles Separation, Divorce, Grief & Loss Anger Management, Stress Relief/Management Trauma, Addiction, & Recovery & Assertion Body Image, Eating Disorders & Weight Control Psychosomatics, Health, Personal Growth Anxiety Depression & Emotional Regulation Peak Performance (Sport & Executive) Vocational Guidance Workplace Issues & Functioning Coping with Abusive Personalities

Counselling and Clinical Psychology located in Queensland's Gold Coast speciallises in the areas of:
•    Counselling
•    Psychotherapy
•    Clinical & Corporate Psychology
•    Coaching
The Clinic, managed by Graeme Deeth and Deborah Marshall-Deeth, provides a wide variety of professional Health Care services to the Gold Coast region. Graeme and Deborah are available for private, group and corporate consultation.

Graeme Deeth

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 Graeme Deeth B.V.Sc., B.A. (Psych),
B Psych (Hons 1st class), FACCP, Assoc MAPS
Graeme is in private practice as a registered psychologist, psychotherapist and counsellor. He holds a degree in Veterinary Science and still practices part-time in this profession with a particular interest in animal behaviour and human-animal interaction. Previous enrollment in clinical Ph.D programme at Griffith University involved research interests in the development of interpersonal aggression in males. Private practice research interests include relationship functioning -both intimate and organisational, gender, sexuality and alternative relationships, and body image/eating disorders and domestic violence.
Outside family and friends, he has a variety of interests, many revolving around sports (mostly gym, surfing and motorcycling & martial arts), travelling and cultures, wildlife and his ongoing studies.
These studies have evolved out of a long-standing interest in human relationships, and in particular men's expressive and social support groups. This has involved a career shift from private practice as a veterinary surgeon, predominantly self-employed, to a second degree and practice as a psychologist. Though he still does some practice as a veterinarian, his primary focus is now within the realms of psychology.
In this field he had a continued involvement, since inception until end 1998, with the Gold Coast Men's Help Line, both in the facilitation of men's support groups, and in the ongoing training of volunteers, as well as counselling, most often in the area of distressed relationships. He had been engaged in a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, inclusive of Master of Clinical Psychology, from early 1998 until end 2001, where one of his keen interests is in the functioning of close interpersonal, family, and organisational relationships, body image/eating disorders, and the specific counselling needs of men. His research focus has been on the self-regulation of aggression in males, particularly under conditions of perceived provocation. These formal studies were at the School of Psychology, of Griffith University, Gold Coast. Though he has since resigned from these studies formally, he plans to continue in a research capacity for several years returning to the academic setting when he can again give the spare time required.
Following is a summary of his academic and work history. The details of his workplace roles and academic records would be too numerous to mention here, though he is happy to provide and discuss same at your convenience. Broadly speaking, he has been professionally responsible for clinical and diagnostic workups, and subsequent treatments and outcomes. Additionally, he have been responsible for the financial management, and day-to-day staff management and training in a number of veterinary practices. More recently he has been responsible for the design and implementation of research study, and remain largely self-motivated, though open to the ideas of others, and to alternative relational styles. He encourages a supportive and cooperative teamwork approach to workplace functioning, as is reflected by his interests.

·         1974: Completed year 12, Aspley State High School

·         1979: Completed B.V.Sc. (Bachelor of Veterinary Science) University of Queensland

·         1980 – 1983: Veterinary Practice (Bronson Veterinary Surgery, Bundaberg)

·         1983 – 1989: Self-employed (Rochedale Veterinary Surgery)

·         1989 – 1992 & 1994 - Present: Self-employed Locum Veterinarian

·         1992 – 1994: Manager/Veterinarian (Robina Veterinary Surgery)

·         1990 – Present: Men's support groups (including Gold Coast Men's Help Line since inception until end 1998)

·         1993 –1996: Bachelor of Arts in Applied Psychology (Griffith University, Gold Coast and some subjects at Monash University)

·         1997: Distinguished Scholars Award – Griffith University

·         1997: Bachelor of Psychology, Honours (First Class)

·         1998 – 2001: Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology (inclusive of Master of Clinical Psychology) ongoing at Griffith University, Gold Coast, and sessional tutoring in psychology. Resigned PhD 30th October 2001 to focus on private practice.

·         1998 – Present: Private practice in psychology at Osler House Specialist Medical Centre.

·         1998 – 1999: Completed Introduction to Facilitation Training for M.E.N.D. (Men Exploring New Directions) programme via Tweed Anti-Violence Project, NSW. 

·         1999: completed intensive training in Family Therapy Interventions through Child and Youth Mental Health Services (Southport QLD).

·         2000: symposium presentation at American Psychological Association convention (Washington DC USA): Some Evolutionary Limitations of Intimacy Among Men.

·         2000: ISSPR & INPR Joint International Conference on Personal Relationships (Brisbane QLD)

·         2001: Commenced training in Somatic Psychotherapy (Brisbane QLD)

·         2002: Commission for Children (Qld) Forum: Focus on Fathering Title: Paternity Uncertainty as a focus for future research on fathering. (Sunshine Coast)

·         2002: Seminar ACCP National Conference (Canberra ACT): Matriarchy in the Workplace

·         2004: CISMFA Basic Group Interventions (Brisbane, Australia)

·         2004: ACCP National Conference (Sydney, Australia).

·         2004: APA Conference (American Psychological Association) (Hawaii, USA)

·         2006: IARR Conference (International Association of Relationship Researchers)(Rethymnon, Crete, Greece).

·         2007: EMDR Institute Australia: Part 1 Training (Tweed Heads, Australia).

·         2008: ISHE Conference (International Society for Human Ethology)(Bologna, Italy)

·         2008: ICP Conference (International Congress of Psychology)(Berlin, Germany)

·         2011: Firecare (QFRS) Conference (Sunshine Coast, Australia)

·         2011: New Directions in Trauma Mindfulness (John Briere) Conference (Brisbane, Australia)

·         2011: APS eLearning Processes & Techniques in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) (Australia).

·         2011: APS PORIG (Australian Psychological Society, Psychology of Relationships Interest Group) Conference (Adelaide, Australia)

·         2012: ABS/HBES Conferences (Animal Behavior Society & Human Behavior & Evolutionary Society) (Albuquerque, New Mexcio, USA).

·         2012: EAPAA Conference (Employee Assistance Professional Association of Australia (Brisbane, Australia).

·         2012: APS PORIG (Australian Psychological Society, Psychology of Relationships Interest Group) Conference (Adelaide, Australia) 

     2013: Depression is Contagious (Michael Yapko) conference (Brisbane, Australia)

     2014: APS Conference (Australian Psychological Society)(Hobart, Tasmania)

     2014: commenced APS Practicing Certificate in Sleep Psychology: continuing 


 

Veterinary CPE

2007: WSAVA (World Small Animal Veterinary Association) Conference (Sydney Australia)

2009: ACVS (Australian College of Veterinary Scientists) Conference (Gold Coast Australia)

2010: Pan Pacific Veterinary Conference (AVA & NZVA) (Brisbane Australia)

2011: ASAVA (Australian Small Animal Veterinary Association) Conference (Gold Coast Australia)

Ongoing: ASAVA webinars

 

Associations & Memberships:

ACP (Australian College of  Psychologists: Fellow)

IARR (International Association of Relationship Researchers)

APCED (Association of Professionals Concerned with Eating Disorders)

EDA (Eating Disorders Association)

APA Division 51 (American Psychological Association; Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity)

HBES (Human Behaviour & Evolutionary Society)

ISHE (International Society for Human Ethology)

AVA (Australian Veterinary Association)

ASAVA (Australian Small Animal Veterinary Association)

AVBIG (Australian Veterinary Behaviour Interest Group)

 

 

Teaching Experience: Griffith University, Gold Coast (sessional tutoring)

 

1998:   Introductory Cognitive and Biological Psychology (Semester 1)

 

Cognition, Memory and Learning (Semester2)

 

1999:   Introductory Cognitive and Biological Psychology (Semester1)

 

Cognition, Memory and Learning (Semester 2) 

 

2000:   Introductory Cognitive and Biological Psychology (Semester 1)

 

2001:   Interpersonal Skills (Semester 1)

            Biological Psychology (Semester 1)

Lifespan Development (Semester 2) 

 


Deborah Marshall - Deeth

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Deborah Marshall Deeth
B.Nursing, B.A. (Psych),
B.Soc.Sc (Psych Hons), MACCP
Deborah is in private practice working mostly counselling, in psychotherapy and clinically oriented psychology. She holds a degree in Nursing and still practices part-time in this profession with a particular interest in cardiac health. Private practice research interests include relationship functioning -both intimate and organisational, gender, sexuality and alternative relationships, and body image/eating disorders.
Outside family and friends, she has a variety of interests, many revolving around sports, travelling and cultures, and her ongoing studies.
These studies have evolved out of a long-standing interest in body image and eating disorders, and in particular obesity related aspects. This has involved a career shift from practice as a cardiac nurse, to a second degree and practice in psychology. Though she still does some practice as a registered nurse, her primary focus is now within the realms of psychology.
In this field she had continuing interest in the functioning of body image/eating disorders, and their specific effects on obesity, and grieving processes after loss. Her research focus has been on the relational aspects of body image and eating disorders. These formal studies were at the School of Psychology, Bond University, Gold Coast. Though she has since completed these studies formally, she plans to continue in a private research capacity for several years returning to the academic setting when she can again give the spare time required. Following is a summary of her academic and work history. The details of her workplace roles and academic records would be too numerous to mention here, though she is happy to provide and discuss same at your convenience. Broadly speaking, she has been professionally responsible for clinical treatments and outcomes. More recently she has been responsible for the design and implementation of research study, and remain largely self-motivated, though open to the ideas of others, and to alternative relational styles. She encourages a supportive and cooperative teamwork approach to workplace functioning, as is reflected by her interests.

  • 1976: Completed year 12, Tweed River State High School
  • 1980: Completed Nursing training at Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane.
  • 1980 – 1982: General Nursing Practice, Mater Private Hospital, Bundaberg.
  • 1982 - 1989: Maternal duties 1989 – 1996: Practice Nurse, Border Medical Centre
  • 1996 – 2000: Psycho-Geriatric Nursing, St. Andrews Aged Care, Tallebudgera
  • 2000 – Present: Cardiac Nursing, Allamanda Private Hospital, Gold Coast
  • 1994 –1995: Bachelor of Nursing (Griffith University, Gold Coast)
  • 1996 - 2001: Bachelor of Arts (Applied Psychology) – (Griffith University, Gold Coast)
  • 2002 - 2003: Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology, Honours) - Bond University, Gold Coast
  • 2003 – Present: Private practice in psychology at Gold Coast Specialist Medical Centre.
  • 2002: Seminar ACCP National Conference: Psychological Aspects of Coronary Artery Disease
  • 2004: ACCP National Conference (Sydney, Australia)
  • 2004: APA Conference (American Psychological Association) (Hawaii USA)
  • 2006: IARR Conference (International Association of Relationship Researchers)(Rehtymnon, Crete, Greece)
  • 2007: EMDR Institute Australia: Part 1 Training (Tweed Heads, Australia)
  • 2008: ISHE Conference (international Society for Human Ethology) Bologna (Italy)
  • 2008: ICP Conference (International Congress of Psychology)(Berlin Germany)
  • 2011: New Directions in Trauma Mindfulness (Jon Briere) Conference (Brisbane Australia)
  • 2011: APS eLearning. Processes & Techniques in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)(Australia)
  • 2011: APS PORIG (Australian Psychological Society, Psychology of Relationships Interest Group) Conference (Adelaide Australia)
  • 2012: HBES Conference (Human Behavior & Evolutionary Society)(Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA)
  • 2012: APS PORIG (Australian Psychological Society, Psychology of Relationships Interest Group) Conference (Adelaide Australia)
  • 2012: Grief & Bereavement Workshop (Gold Coast Australia)
  • 2013: Depression is Contagious (Michael Yapko) conference (Brisbane, Australia)
  • 2014: commenced APS Practicing Certificate in Sleep Psychology: continuing

 

 Associations & Memberships:

  • ACCP (Australian College of Clinical Psychologists)
  • IARR (International Association of Relationship Researchers)
  • APCED (Association of Professionals Concerned with Eating Disorders)
  • EMDR Institute
  • EDA (Eating Disorders Association)

Teaching Experience:

  • Adult Education: Medical Terminology

 

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Graeme Deeth

Mob: 0418751617
B.V.Sc., B.A. (Psych),
B Psych (Hons 1st class), FACCP

Great spirits have often overcome violent opposition from mediocre minds....

Deborah Marshall Deeth

Mob: 0419021330
B.Nursing, B.A. (Psych),
B.Soc.Sc (Psych Hons), MACCP

We must learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools...

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