Stacey Weinstein

Qualifications:

Qualifications: BPsych (Hons), DPsych (Clinical)

Role:

Clinical Psychologist

Age Groups:

Adults

Areas of Interest:

Post- Traumatic Stress Disorder
Interpersonal and attachment-related difficulties
Deficits in self-esteem and self-concept
Mood and anxiety-related disorders
Rumination and intrusive thinking patterns

Therapy Frameworks:

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Schema Therapy
Meta-cognitive Therapy
Mindful Self-compassion Training
Attachment informed Interventions
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
Somatic Psychotherapy

Contact Details:

Mobile: 0402843474

Fax: 9226 0619

Email: weinss01@icloud.com

Days and Hours of Working:

Tuesday: 8.30am to 5pm
Friday: 8.30am to 5pm
Alternate Saturdays: 8.30am to 12.30pm

Stacey completed her Doctorate of Applied Clinical Psychology at the University of Western Australian in 2012 and she has since worked in a number of different hospital and community settings including Community Rehabilitation and Aged Care, the Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC) and Subiaco Community Mental Health Clinic.

 

Stacey has experience in working with people experiencing a wide range of issues including those related to mood, relationships, identity and self-esteem. Her experience at the Sexual Assault Resource Centre, KEMH has provided her with a unique understanding of psychological trauma and she is passionate about helping those who have unresolved childhood trauma as well as inter-relational attachment issues. Stacey has also developed a special interest in working with complex mental health and personality vulnerabilities through her current part-time work at Subiaco Community Mental Health

Stacey places great importance on the therapeutic relationship and in helping clients to feel comfortable, safe and understood. She is interested in the biological origin of emotion and cognition, and her practice is informed by the neuroscience underpinning psychological distress and healing. Stacey's goal is to help people to feel empowered to manage their physical and psychological wellbeing.