Marianne Poller


BA(Hons) MPsych(Clinical) PhD


Clinical Psychologist

Age Groups:


Areas of Interest:

Depression: major depression, bipolar disorder and post-natal depression
Anxiety: generalised anxiety, phobia, panic attacks, social anxiety, OCD and PTSD
Grief/adjustment issues
Family and Social difficulties
Fly in Fly out adjustment
Sexual identity
Self-esteem issues
Eating and Body Image issues
Childhood issues
Interpersonal difficulties
Work/life balance
Stress difficulties

Therapy Frameworks:

Person Centered Therapy
Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Metacognitive Therapy
Schema Therapy
Interpersonal Therapy
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
Clinical Process

Contact Details:

Mobile: 0421 866 676
Fax: 9226 0619

FaceTime and Skype sessions are offered for clients with geographical distance.

Days and Hours of Working:

Wednesday 8.00am – 5.00pm
Friday 8.00am – 5.00pm

Marianne is a registered and endorsed Clinical Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency.  She is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society and a Registered Medicare Provider for Clinical Psychology items.

She enjoys empowering people through gentle respect, acceptance and various therapeutic models to enable them to live meaningfully enriched lives as defined by themselves.  As such, the therapeutic process is very much a collaborative one.  Marianne also works at King Edward Memorial Hospital in the area of perinatal mental health and women’s health.

Prior to private practice Marianne worked in both the government and community sectors for 10 years.  She has worked in the drug and alcohol area, a specialist eating disorder unit, generalist services and a Fly in Fly out rural counselling service.  For several years Marianne worked as both a therapist and a manager of a youth counselling agency.  She continues to provide professional group supervision for current therapists in the agency. 

Since moving into private practice in 2010 Marianne has focused on adult clients working with a range of issues as outlined in her main areas of practice.  Her practice is GLBTI (gay and gender) welcoming.