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BPsych(Hons)  GradDipProfPsych



Megan is a registered psychologist passionate about teaching people the skills to cope effectively when things in life don't go as planned. She is known for creating an open, non-judgemental and warm space to help her clients to feel at ease when discussing their difficulties. Megan utilises a strengths- and values-based approach when empowering people to overcome obstacles, build psychological resilience, and to not only survive, but to thrive.

Megan has previously worked in both the government and private sector, working with adolescents and adults. She works towards developing a shared understanding of her clients' difficulties, which allows her to tailor a treatment plan to suit each individual she works with. Megan draws on a number of therapeutic approaches, including:

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

Megan is particularly fond of mindfulness to promote wellbeing, and she 'practices what she preaches' through her own daily yoga practice and regular mindfulness practices. 


Megan's special interests include working with adults with ADHD (specifically women), difficulties with mood and anxiety, building resilience, stress management, Borderline Personality Disorder, interpersonal / relationship difficulties, problems with impulsivity (e.g., anger issues, addiction, self-harm, suicidal thoughts and behaviour), and victims/survivors of narcissistic abuse.

Bachelor of Psychology, Honours, Griffith University

Postgraduate Diploma of Professional Psychology, University of Southern Queensland

Full Registration as a Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioners Registration Agency (AHPRA); PSY0001815095 (NB: currently registered as 'Megan Callow')

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