Breanna Kelly

Breanna is a Clinical Psychologist experienced in the treatment of a broad range of child and youth mental health concerns who specialises in working with adolescents. Prior to work as a senior clinical psychologist in Child and Youth Mental Health Services, Breanna worked with children and young people in out of home care and young adults at an early psychosis service.

Specialising in the treatment of young people aged 10-18, areas of special interest include depression, anxiety (including school reluctance, OCD, social anxiety), stress, self-harm and difficulties with emotional regulation. Breanna also works with parents experiencing difficulties in the caregiver-child relationship.

Breanna has a warm and genuine therapeutic approach and prioritises the development of an empathic connection with the young people she works with. She uses a range of evidence-based treatment tools to support optimal therapeutic outcomes.

Qualifications

B.A(Hons), MPsych(Clin), MACPA

Consulting Days

Thursday 8:00am – 12:30pm

Fortnightly Saturdays 8:30am – 1:00pm

Special Interests

Depression, anxiety (including school reluctance, OCD, social anxiety), stress, self-harm and difficulties with emotional regulation. Breanna also works with parents experiencing difficulties in the caregiver-child relationship.

Referral Required

GP mental health care plan (12 month calendar year) or a specialist referral