All our clinicians have over 10 years’ experience each. At Complete Therapy Group, we provide a service across the lifespan, that is, to young children, adolescents, adults and older adults. Our clinicians offer a scope of therapeutic approaches that are evidence-based.
Maria has experience in the education setting working in primary, secondary and special settings. She works with both children and adults with a range of mental health difficulties. Maria offers both counselling and assessments to children and adults. She has a special interest in Autism Spectrum Disorder, specific learning difficulties and anxiety disorders. Maria speaks fluently both in English and Vietnamese.
Linda is a psychologist and has been registered for over 15 years. She has worked extensively in case management for at risk youth, and now has a special interest in group work and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Linda has experience completing Autism assessments and enjoys facilitating social skills groups. Linda is the mother of five children and currently works reduced hours, mainly in a business management capacity.
Linda AmatoPsychologist / Practice Manager
Dr Rosa Galante
Rosa has worked in a variety of settings including the Victoria University Psychology Clinic, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services and Adult Mental Health Services. Rosa has a strong interest in psychometric and psychological assessments for children, adolescents and adults, particularly cognitive and autism assessments.
Dr Rosa GalanteClinical Psychologist
Kate is a senior Speech Pathologist with over 15 years’ experience. She works with children, adolescents and young adults with speech and language delays as well as most speech and language difficulties. She has extensive experience in Autism Spectrum Disorders and ADHD. Kate has a special interest in reading and spelling difficulties and also runs literacy programs.
Kate MarroquinSpeech Pathologist
Hoa Pham has worked as a counsellor in the university sector for over ten years. She is a registered psychologist as well as the author of six books and two plays. Her play Silence was on the VCE Drama list in 2010. She is also the founder of Peril Magazine, an Asian-Australian online arts and culture magazine. She has completed her doctorate in creative arts and also holds master’s degrees in creative writing and psychology. Hoa uses a ray of modalities including cognitive behavioural therapy, acceptance commitment therapy and mindfulness. She has experience with a wide range of presentations including anxiety, depression and trauma.
With a background in education, Tahli has over a decade of experience working with young people and adults across a variety of settings. As a psychologist, she has experience supporting children, adolescents and adults through transitions, as well as knowledge of assessment and counselling approaches for common mental health conditions. Aiming to foster a collaborative approach to therapy, Tahli strives to create a compassionate and non-judgemental space for clients. Areas of special interest include mindfulness research and the presentation of Autism Spectrum Disorder in girls and women.