Ingrid Pryor, Clinical Psychologist

Ingrid is a Clinical Psychologist with experience providing individual counselling and group therapy in inpatient and outpatient settings. Ingrid works with clients to understand their personal goals and values, and believes that creating a supportive and collaborative space is key to achieving meaningful change in recovery. She is a warm and non-judgemental therapist who utilises evidence-based approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. She is also part of the Dialectical Behaviour Therapy team and offers DBT skills training. Ingrid works with individuals with a variety of mental health concerns, including anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders, depression, sleep disorders, chronic health conditions and stress associated with significant life changes.


Michael Xuereb, Psychologist

Michael is a Psychologist with experience in providing individual counselling and group therapy in inpatient and outpatient settings. Michael works with clients to help them identify their goals and values, reflecting on ways these can be collaboratively utilised in therapy to improve one’s connection with their current and ideal sense of self. Michael places strong emphasis on the therapeutic relationship and creating a safe, non-judgmental, comfortable and collaborative environment from which to explore avenues towards meaningful change. Michael’s main therapeutic modalities are Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Compassion-Focused Therapy amongst others. Michael works with individuals with a variety of mental health concerns including anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders, depression, chronic health conditions, chronic pain, stress and can support you through the complexity of significant life changes.


Matthew Jackson, Psychologist

Matthew Jackson - Epworth HealthCareMatt has worked as a registered Psychologist in private practice, community settings, and hospitals. He has experience with personality disorders (specifically Borderline Personality Disorder), as well as sexuality and gender diversity, transition and grief, anxiety and depression, trauma, and general wellbeing. Matt’s interests lay within these areas and predominately works with adults.

Matt is an Intensively-Trained Dialectical Behavioural Therapist and predominately uses this framework, as well as Schema Therapy with elements of CBT. Matt’s therapeutic approach is a balance of acceptance and change, with a touch of irreverence. He loves to get to know his clients and tailor treatment to meet their needs. In therapy, Matt is not afraid to go where our minds are scared to and begin to heal that inner-child within us all.

Matt is a member of the LGBTQIA+ community and aims to provide a safe space for all. Everyone is welcome in Matt’s sessions. Matt is interested in film, plants, and loves a good therapy joke/meme.


Brooke Pompei, Dietitian

Brooke Pompei - Epworth HealthCareBrooke has been working in the area of mental health and eating disorders for over 6 years, across both public and private health services. During this time, she has gained extensive clinical experience within inpatient and outpatient general mental health and eating disorder units.

Brooke practices a weight inclusive, non-diet approach to nutrition counselling and is passionate about improving her client’s relationship with food and their body. She provides a caring, compassionate and safe environment for clients to explore challenges and achieve their goals.

Brooke is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD), member of the Dietitians Association (DA) and has additional training in Motivational Interviewing and Non-Diet Approach.


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