Nothing can dim the light which shines from within

 Maya Angelou 


Yen’s Approach

Synchronicity, Self and Health

ABN: 44 638 951 998
Provider No.s: 4670021H (Sydney), 4670024T (Illawarra)

YEN LIM holds a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and Master of Science from the University of Sydney. She is a compassionate therapist who believes the courageous decision to engage in therapy should be met with warmth and respect.

Yen focuses on deepening insight and drawing on personal strengths to help her patients embrace themselves and their lives, wholeheartedly. She is passionate about supporting her adult and adolescent patients with depression, anxiety, relationship or sexual issues, identity concerns, trauma, and impulse control or emotion regulation difficulties, such as bipolar disorder. She also has a particular interest in perinatal psychology, parenting and complex-trauma (relational trauma).

Yen works closely with patients to develop an understanding of how protective strategies form in response to personal life experiences.  Treatment is then tailored to a patients’ goals, which often involves an integration of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapy, Schema Therapy, mindfulness and skills-based approaches (e.g., Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)). She also readily utilises trauma-focused interventions such as sensorimotor psychotherapy strategies and Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR).

Yen is a member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA) and has over 10-years of experience in the private and public sector. She can offer both brief and longer-term therapy, depending on your needs. But no matter what your needs, she hopes you will leave therapy with deeper sense of self-acceptance and confidence in your capacities in navigate life’s challenges.

Sharlene’s Approach

Mantz Psychology

ABN: 20 415 039 238
Provider No.: 4658845A (Illawarra)

SHARLENE MANTZ holds a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and a PhD from the University of Sydney. She is a down to earth therapist who wants to help her patients connect with the capacities that exist within them, so they can lead more fulfilling lives.

Sharlene works with adolescents and adults, providing assessment and treatment for a range of issues including (but not limited to) mood, anxiety and adjustment disorders, antenatal and postnatal depression and anxiety, interpersonal and relationship difficulties, self-esteem issues, and work or study-related stress. She adopts a collaborative and integrative approach to treatment, drawing from a range of research-based treatment models. These include Cognitive Behavioural Therapies (CBT), Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS), and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR) for the treatment of trauma. Sharlene has a particular interest in working with bereavement and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and has a strong research background in OCD amongst children and adolescents.

Sharlene is a Member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA) and has over 10-years of experience in public and private sectors. Depending on what is required, Sharlene can offer short-term treatment interventions or longer-term therapy. Her goal is for you to develop a deeper understanding of yourself and develop skills that will allow you to enter the next chapter of your life with confidence, calm, and clarity.

Allied Health Virtual Administrators

Holding Space with their Attention to Detail

With nearly 15-years of experience, Allied Health Virtual Administrators is a dedicated team of three mothers who are committed to helping private practices grow.


This family-oriented trio provides health practitioners and their clients the personalised care they need to thrive, by ensuring all aspects of communication and practice management are in flow.