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For Psychologists, Counsellors and Personal Wellbeing Advisors

Payment is to be made at the time of the consultation. We will be accepting Mental Health referrals under the Medicare Better Access to Mental Health initiative. Please obtain this referral from your GP prior to your first appointment. You will also be able to get on the spot access to private health insurance claiming.

Please have a confidential discussion with us if you are experiencing financial hardship.

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We have several Psychologists working within Crestpoint Psychology, however due to high demand, they are currently fully booked

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We do however have available appointments to speak with a Counsellor should you wish to see someone urgently

Thank you for your patience and understanding

Crestpoint Psychology

Ms Gina Wong


Trained in:
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Therapy,

Helping Clients with:
Alcohol and other drugs addictions (AOD), Anxiety; Burnout, Depression, General Counselling, Grief and Loss, Life Coaching, Life Transition and Adjustment Issues, Mental health, Personal Development, Relaxation training, Self-Esteem and Self-Development, Stress.

Australian Counselling Association.
Master of Counselling, BSc Psychology from UK
ACA – 15998

Client Focus:
Teenagers; Adults; Families; Culturally and linguistically diverse communities

Other Services:
Online Consultations

Speaks: English, Cantonese and Mandarin

Rebecca Rylands

Counsellor Level 4
ABN: 50 747 317 962

Rebecca Rylands is an experienced counsellor, holding Level 4 Clinical Registration with the Australian Counselling Association and a master of counselling degree. Over the past 7 years, Rebecca has developed an in-depth knowledge of social and emotional issues. Rebecca is passionate about helping mothers through the major life transition that is becoming known as Matrescence. Like adolescence, this is a time when change occurs physically, hormonally, and emotionally, and it can cause an identity shift, bringing up unexpected feelings of grief and loss for a life you once had. Relationship issues can begin, or become more apparent, as priorities change and the partnership becomes a family for the first time.
Many mums have unrecognised lingering feelings about the way the birth of their baby went, especially if they felt the experience was emotionally traumatic. Rebecca engages her trauma-informed counselling skills when working with all clients and can address specific traumatic events if, and when, you are ready. Rebecca is knowledgeable, compassionate, and thoughtful. Her counselling style involves getting to know an individual or family’s unique set of circumstances and supporting them to become agents of change in their own lives.
Problems people may bring to counselling sessions with Rebecca include anger management, anxiety and depression, grief, palliative care, relationship issues, parenting, sexuality and gender, trauma, suicidal thoughts and survivors of domestic violence. Rebecca uses a variety of modalities to suit a client’s particular needs. Her aim is to help individuals of all ages learn coping skills to deal with the kaleidoscope of life’s challenges. Rebecca puts value into building trusting relationships with people and so that they may live more meaningful and fulfilling lives.

Trained in;
Level 4 Counselling.

Helping Clients with:
New mothers, parenting, anxiety, anger management, trauma, depression, grief, palliative care, relationship issues, sexuality & gender issues, suicidal thoughts, survivors of domestic violence.

Client Focus:
Families, Women, New mothers, adolescents.

Other Services:
Transitions and change, Matrescence

Jasmine Tan

ABN 42 800 216 100

Jasmine is an experienced youth worker and counsellor that specialises in cognitive behavioural therapy, solution focused therapy  and acceptance commitment therapy to support you with a host of problems in your daily living. She embraces strength-based approach to help her clients find resilience and strengths within themselves to live a more enriched and meaningful life.

Jasmine has had experience in both Australia and Malaysia and therefore able to be culturally sensitive towards her clients due to her multilingual background. She believes that in the power of vulnerability is the core of making a transformative changes. Her goal is to help you navigate through life’s stressors and empower you to seek greater self understanding and clarity in life.  Able to speak Cantonese and Mandarin, Jasmine can help support those with linguistic challenges to gain support through counselling and applied therapy.


Trauma, relationship issues, anxiety, depression and working with past traumas


Counsellor Level 2

Client Focus:

People of all ages, chinese speaking clientele, youth, culturally diverse persons, vulnerable people and those at risk


EFT – Emotionally Focused Therapy, CBT – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Narrative Therapy and ACT – Acceptance Commitment Therapy


Bachelor of Science (Applied Psychology) UK, Master of Counselling UQ


Lenore Hall

Counsellor / Mental Health Nurse

Lenore Halls experience extends over several decades and includes the following tenures:

2003-2013- Worked on the Trauma Unit at Belmont Private hospital as mental health nurse. Involved group work and individual counselling sessions with patients affected by childhood physical/emotional/sexual abuse and neglect. Extensive training gained in understanding effects of trauma on individual development and well-being. Attended many trauma conferences with international experts in trauma. Attended 6 month training programme (weekly) in Group Facilitation.

~ 2014-2018- Counselling student placement in half-way house “Fishers of Men”. Working with males transitioning from prison into community. This involved drug and alcohol related issues / childhood trauma / relationship trauma / life transitions / PTSD.

~ 2014- Developed and implemented a 10 week group programme “Stepping Stones to Recovery”. This involved clients from a Psychology Practice “Gnadenfri” (in Petrie).   The group was specific to clients who had experienced childhood physical/emotiona/sexual abuse and neglect, addressing ongoing trauma issues affecting their lives.   The  programme included: What is Trauma; Stage-related recovery; Safety and Grounding; Mindfulness; Impact of Trauma on Belief systems; Connecting with Emotions; Developing Relationships; Shame /Guilt / Grief and Loss in Relationship.

~ 2016-2018- Counselling student placement at “CityCare” counselling center connected to Hillsong church, Mt Gravatt. Counselling clients with Anxiety disorders, Depression, Life transitions, Grief and Loss, Cultural and identity issues with racially diverse clients.

~ 2019- Worked as Counsellor with “Footsteps Therapy”. Individual counselling sessions with clients on NDIS programme with ranging disabilities and many more abilities.

~ 2020-2021- Working as Counsellor at community center VPCC, (Victoria Point Community Care). Range of clients include: anxiety/ depression/ life transitions/ NDIS clients/ adolescent anxiety disorders and schooling issues/ parenting issues/ relationship issues.


~ Trauma related issues including childhood, combat, relationship and DV.
~ Grief and loss
~ Anxiety and Depression inclusive of diagnosed mental health conditions
~ Drug and alcohol dependency and other addiction issues
~ Life transitions and personal development
~ Professional motivation / relationships within the workplace
~ Cultural / identity issues working with culturally diverse groups.

Modalities / Therapies:

~ Person centered approach / non-diagnostic / highlighting and trusting each person’s intuitive capacity for development and change.
~ Neuroscience informed, including developmental and ongoing effects of Trauma on brain and body / Poly-vagal approaches to managing effects of trauma/stress on the body
~ Holistic approach, well-being is inclusive of body, mind and spirit and our relationships within social contexts
~ Eclectic approach – where appropriate I use selective techniques from different modalities ie: – CBT (using mindfulness, challenging core beliefs)
– Emotionally Focussed Therapy (specifically working with emotions and body work)
– Solution focussed and Narrative approaches
– Gestalt approach (eg. empty chair work)
– Existential approaches (involving individual meaning, motivation and purpose)

Client Focus:

Adults, late adolescents, Male / Female / Other gender, multi-racial, married /single /other.


Counselling Membership: CCAA/PACFA: 400759
APRHA: NMW0001447724 (Registered Nurse / not eligible for Medicare Rebates for MHCP)

Qualifications Credentialed:

Mental Health Nurse, Counsellor


David McLoughlin

Counsellor / Rehabilitation Counsellor / Vocational Counselling / NDIS
ABN: 65 954 205 297

David is a highly experienced fully qualified Counsellor (Rehabilitation Counsellor, MARC) and Mental Health Professional, with 23yrs experience in Community Mental Health services and Disability Employment Services, and 6yrs Workcover/ DVA case management experience working with injured workers to assist these clients to achieve both their vocational and non-vocational goals. David respectfully protects the client’s right to privacy and confidentiality and enjoys helping clients to find wellness and happiness.  Supporting with a warm and engaging style of counselling David helps individuals to increase their resilience, life coping mechanisms and the ability to participate in life-long learning.

David provides a diverse range of Counselling and Professional Mental Health services, including Individual therapy, Relationship therapy,  Grief, Loss and Trauma, Mental Health therapy, Workplace counselling and Organisational Psychology, Stress, Anxiety and Psychological assessments.

As a highly experienced Counsellor, David can support people with stress, depression, anxiety, trauma, chronic stress, eating disorders, self-harm, addictions, mental illness and pain management as well as those with PTSD.

David is a Rehabilitation Counsellor so helps those seeking to re-enter the workforce or shift from exiting the workforce to find a new and bright future.  He has experience with conducting various Psychological assessments, such as the DASS 21 and Kessler, promoted positive mental health and wellbeing and is well versed in providing CBT, ACT and many other treatment strategies to help individuals who find it difficult to manage their mental health.

Rehabilitation Counsellors offer a diverse range of expertise and skills due to their academic training spanning rehabilitation and therapeutic recovery from both mental health, neurological and physiologically related health, and medical conditions. RC’s not only work with clients to address medical barriers that often an obstacle to them achieving their goals, but they can also help / assist clients gain insight into psychosocial risks / barriers as obstacles and assist with supporting the client to develop strategies, that can build and evolve to slowly and steadily address and minimise these often complex barriers to goal attainment.


  • PTSD
  • Psychological disorders
  • NDIS and Disability support / rehabilitation
  • Psychological assessments (limited)
  • OT, Social Work and Psychology bridging
  • Self Harm, Bipolar, Pain Management and Trauma
  • Addiction, substance abuse, anger management
  • OCD, Panic Attacks, Childhood trauma
  • Abuse recovery, DV and Family support
  • Grief & Loss, Psycho-Social recovery processes
  • Goal setting and self development

Client Focus:

  • Men of all ages
  • Adolescent & Young adults
  • Adults
  • People with disabilities
  • Women
  • Individuals
  • Workplace related matters


  • Blue Card & NDIS Worker Screening Card
  • Graduate Diploma of Social Science (Rehabilitation)
  • Bachelor of Arts Degree
  • Mental Health First Aid (Geelong), 2010)
  • ABI Worker accreditation- Ongoing


ASORC   12271

Vinci Fong

ABN: 61 213 794 026

Being inspired by personal experience of identifying concerns, seeking help and receiving adequate assistance, I have determined to pursue a career which reflects meanings and purposes of life since university. Having learned about several helping professions through university, work and personal life, I am certain that working alongside individuals in relation to mental health concerns is my priority.

My aim of practice is to create a sense of welcome to all community members and to build awareness of mental health among various communities and groups. Gentleness, humility, trustworthiness and assertiveness are core values within counselling sessions that I offer to my clients.

Focus Areas:

  • Clients of all ages from a multicultural background
  • Primary school-aged children, parents
  • Issues and concerns related to self-esteem, confidence, relationship building
  • Issues around cultural experience, language barriers and adjustments

As a former international student and a current after school care Educator, I believe being engaged with a multicultural population for the past 10 years has equipped me to work effectively with above client groups.

Therapies / Modalities

  • Person-Centred approach
  • Strength-Based theory
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Cognitive Behavioural Theory
  • Narrative Theory
  • Acceptance and Commitment theory

Ideal client range:

  • Primary school aged children and their parents
  • Clients who are from a migrant/ multicultural background
  • Open to working alongside clients who are going through diverse difficult situations with an aim to support their mental health and wellbeing

Languages spoken:

English, Cantonese and Mandarin


Australian Counselling Association: Level 2 Counsellor

Registration No.: ACA 18713

Current Blue Card holder (Card No. 1092154/4)


Masters of Counselling UQ, Bachelor of Human Services QUT

Lydia Farbach

ABN: 81 536 503 219

Lydia is a process orientated Counsellor working with men and women to overcome trauma, anxiety, depression, family and personal issues that impede daily life. She is a warm and engaging person that allows expression to help therapeutic processes within her field of expertise.

Lydia has a passion for supporting others and helping individuals find their self worth, identify areas for improvement and work towards greater satisfaction in life and relationships. She uses a mixture of expressive, existential, humanistic and narrative therapy from a trauma, neuroscience and culturally informed perspective.

Focus Areas:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Perfectionism
  • Self esteem issues
  • Social issues
  • Trauma
  • Family issues
  • General mental health & wellness issues

Therapies / Modalities

  • Expressive
  • Existential
  • Humanistic
  • Narrative therapy
  • Positive Psychology

Ideal client range:

  • Adults
  • Young Adults
  • Men
  • Women


CCAA: 401299

PACFA: 28295


Bachelor of Counselling – Christian Heritage College

Diploma of Liberal Arts- Vision College

Jesse Rostagno

ABN: 58 640 362 568

Jesse is a warm caring and sensitive counsellor that has a vast array of experience in supporting those with social anxiety, depression, general stress and individual focused dilemma such as identity, purpose, direction and internal self worth.   He comes with an educational and organisational background in supporting those who care for others.

Jesse’s main focus in surrounding the LGBTIQA+ community in being able to build confidence, self esteem and self worth in amongst the community that may not be as intuitively understanding or respecting of a person’s internal struggles or individual choices.  Jesse brings a strong values based and person centred focus that encompasses many of the issues faced by emerging diverse cultures, groups and young adolescents.

Focus Areas:

  • LGBTQIA+ related issues or topics
  • Gender Dysphoria and Sexuality
  • Male/Second Parent side of infertility, partners pregnancy, miscarriage/loss
  • Relationships
  • General Counselling

Therapies / Modalities

  • Person centred counselling
  • Narrative therapy
  • Positive Psychology

Ideal client range:

  • Adults
  • Young Adults
  • Men
  • Women


  • Blue Card Certified
  • ACA Level 1 Registration – 18068


  • ACA Counsellor Level 1
  • Master of Education (Leadership, Policy and Social Transformation)
  • Graduate Diploma of Counselling (Child, Youth and Family)

Jessica Kuepper

Counsellor & Psychotherapist
ABN: 90 399 512 604

Jessica is a highly experienced NDIS registered and Child Protection trained Counsellor.  She is heavily focused on making positive changes in clients and individuals seeking the benefits of talk therapy. Jessica has delivered support services to NDIS and Autism Spectrum client bases with broad based and specialised therapeutic modalities Her background in administrative and organised time management for activities and task oriented support programs allows her to ensure outcomes to suit the individual client objectives through Counselling and recovery processes.

Jessica’s specialty is in skilled at providing Cognitive Behaviour and social support to families with autistic children as well as responding appropriately. She has undergone AST training, Psychology studies and a Diploma in Counselling. She has also undergone the Certified Child Protection Training, Blue and Yellow card certification process.

Focus Areas:

  • Depression & Anxiety,
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
  • Social Skills Development
  • Self-Esteem Problems
  • General Counselling

Therapies / Modalities:

  • Person centred counselling
  • Narrative therapy
  • Positive Psychology
  • Cognitive Behaviour
  • Person-Centered,
  • Solution-Focussed,
  • Acceptance & Commitment Therapies
  • Gesalt Methodology


  • First Aid & CPR Certified
  • Blue Card & Yellow Card Exemptions (Disabilities)


  • Diploma of Counselling
  • Applied Behaviour Analysis Training (AST)
  • Certified Child Protection Training
  • Cert IV Small Business
  • ACA Registration Number : 16844

Psychologists and Counsellors

Our Psychologists, Psychotherapists and Counselling services include:

  • individual therapy
  • relationship therapy
  • children’s therapy
  • grief, loss and trauma
  • mental health therapy
  • workplace counselling and coaching
  • stress and anxiety and
  • psychological assessments

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