Dr Clare Rosoman

Dr Clare Rosoman
Dr Clare Rosoman
Hospitals & Medical Centers-SPRING HILL, QLD
Hospitals & Medical Centers-Spring Hill, QLD
Making the decision to enter into therapy is not an easy one and can be quite daunting. Choosing a therapist is then one more hurdle in this potentially life-changing decision. In order for ..
33 North Street, Spring Hill, Qld, 4000.
33 North Street, Spring Hill, Qld, 4000.
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Making the decision to enter into therapy is not an easy one and can be quite daunting. Choosing a therapist is then one more hurdle in this potentially life-changing decision. In order for therapy to be a rewarding and fruitful experience, it is vital that the therapist you select approaches your concerns with sensitivity and respect and that you feel comfortable in their presence.
All therapy services for clients are strictly confidential. Clare likes to take the first session to get a clear understanding of an individual’s or couple’s particular concerns and to allow them time to ask questions in order to determine if she is the right therapist for them. Clare will make suggestions about the possible course that therapy could take so that clients can make an informed decision about whether to proceed with treatment. All treatment goals and plans are made collaboratively and if at any stage a client decides to end therapy, Clare will suggest other avenues of support that might be more appropriate for them.

Individual Therapy:

Clients can come for as many or as few individual therapy sessions as they see fit. This service can be accessed privately or under Medicare when referred by a general practitioner (along with a Mental Health Treatment Plan).

Areas of focus for adults and adolescents in individual therapy include but are not limited to:

-Anxiety: reducing the impact of worry, fears, phobias and intrusive thoughts.
-Depression: improving mood, energy and interest in life, working through loss and bereavement.
-Stress: improving work-life balance, coping with workplace stress or bullying, adjusting to change, navigating through life transitions.
-Trauma: understanding the impacts of trauma, living with the fall-out from trauma, healing and moving on from trauma.
-Life satisfaction: connecting with personal values and meaning to create clear direction in life.
-Personal growth: improving self esteem, self acceptance and compassion, living by your own values, and identity development.
-Performance enhancement: removing barriers to achievement, focusing on goals and direction.
-Sex and sexuality: sexual identity, low libido/desire, anxiety regarding sex, sexual pain (including vaginismus), erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, orgasmic difficulties, and paraphilias.

Sex and Relationship Therapy:

Individuals and couples can access sex and couples’ therapy sessions privately or, in some cases, or under Medicare when referred by a general practitioner (along with a Mental Health Treatment Plan). Sex therapy can be conducted individually or in the context of relationship therapy.

Areas of focus for couples include but are not limited to:

-Improving communication, connection and intimacy
-Reducing conflict and misunderstandings
-Expressing needs clearly
-Creating safety and security through stronger attachment bonds
-Building strength to weather difficult times
-Resolving hurts and enhancing the relationship for the future
-Recovering from relationship injuries such as affairs
-Improving the sexual relationship
-Managing sexual problems such as mis-matched libido/desire and other sexual issues such as sexual pain, erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation.

Family Therapy:

Families can access therapy sessions privately or, in some cases, or under Medicare when referred by a general practitioner (along with a Mental Health Treatment Plan).

Areas of focus for families include but are not limited to:

-Improving family communication skills
-Working through family conflicts and “sticking points”
-Building stronger attachment bonds between family members
-Creating a safe and nurturing family dynamic
-Strengthening parent-child relationships

Clinical Supervision:

Clare provides a range of services for professional therapists including psychologists such as:

-General supervision of clinical work for professional development
-Supervision for the clinical psychology registrar program (AHPRA)
-APS Clinical College supervision
-EFT supervision and mentoring for certification with ICEEFT (Canada)
-Supervision of postgraduate clinical psychology students

All therapy services for clients are strictly confidential. Clare likes to take the first session to get a clear understanding of an individual’s or couple’s particular concerns and to allow them time to ask questions in order to determine if she is the right therapist for them. Clare will make suggestions about the possible course that therapy could take so that clients can make an informed decision about whether to proceed with treatment. All treatment goals and plans are made collaboratively and if at any stage a client decides to end therapy, Clare will suggest other avenues of support that might be more appropriate for them.

Individual Therapy:

Clients can come for as many or as few individual therapy sessions as they see fit. This service can be accessed privately or under Medicare when referred by a general practitioner (along with a Mental Health Treatment Plan).

Areas of focus for adults and adolescents in individual therapy include but are not limited to:

-Anxiety: reducing the impact of worry, fears, phobias and intrusive thoughts.
-Depression: improving mood, energy and interest in life, working through loss and bereavement.
-Stress: improving work-life balance, coping with workplace stress or bullying, adjusting to change, navigating through life transitions.
-Trauma: understanding the impacts of trauma, living with the fall-out from trauma, healing and moving on from trauma.
-Life satisfaction: connecting with personal values and meaning to create clear direction in life.
-Personal growth: improving self esteem, self acceptance and compassion, living by your own values, and identity development.
-Performance enhancement: removing barriers to achievement, focusing on goals and direction.
-Sex and sexuality: sexual identity, low libido/desire, anxiety regarding sex, sexual pain (including vaginismus), erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, orgasmic difficulties, and paraphilias.

Sex and Relationship Therapy:

Individuals and couples can access sex and couples’ therapy sessions privately or, in some cases, or under Medicare when referred by a general practitioner (along with a Mental Health Treatment Plan). Sex therapy can be conducted individually or in the context of relationship therapy.

Areas of focus for couples include but are not limited to:

-Improving communication, connection and intimacy
-Reducing conflict and misunderstandings
-Expressing needs clearly
-Creating safety and security through stronger attachment bonds
-Building strength to weather difficult times
-Resolving hurts and enhancing the relationship for the future
-Recovering from relationship injuries such as affairs
-Improving the sexual relationship
-Managing sexual problems such as mis-matched libido/desire and other sexual issues such as sexual pain, erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation.

Family Therapy:

Families can access therapy sessions privately or, in some cases, or under Medicare when referred by a general practitioner (along with a Mental Health Treatment Plan).

Areas of focus for families include but are not limited to:

-Improving family communication skills
-Working through family conflicts and “sticking points”
-Building stronger attachment bonds between family members
-Creating a safe and nurturing family dynamic
-Strengthening parent-child relationships

Clinical Supervision:

Clare provides a range of services for professional therapists including psychologists such as:

-General supervision of clinical work for professional development
-Supervision for the clinical psychology registrar program (AHPRA)
-APS Clinical College supervision
-EFT supervision and mentoring for certification with ICEEFT (Canada)
-Supervision of postgraduate clinical psychology students

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