Melbourne Clinical & Child Psychology Pty. Ltd.

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1300 635 952Landline

99 Wattletree Road, Armadale, Victoria, 3143, Australia

Practitioners at this location

Dr Nellie Lucas


Nellie is a Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years experience in mental health having first worked in adult mental health in Sydney and then undertaking a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Child & Adolescent Specialisation) at the University of Melbourne. She has since worked in a number of private and public health services across Melbourne. Nellie established Melbourne Clinical & Child Psychology Pty. Ltd. in 2006. She enjoys seeing children, young people and adults and is empathic, supportive and caring in her approach. She has expertise in treating a range of difficulties including anxiety, depression, eating disorders, trauma, psychosis and personality difficulties. She also specialises in seeing young people and children with emotional, social and behavioural concerns. Therapy is always evidence based and principally draws upon Cognitive Behavioural Therapy approaches.

Ms Crysta Derham


Crysta is a Clinical Psychologist with experience working with adults and children in both private and public mental health services. She completed her training in New Zealand where she worked with children and adults, including providing assessment and intervention for developmental disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder, and Dyslexia. Alongside private practice, Crysta is part of an adolescent mental health hospital team where she has developed a special interest in working with adolescents and young adults who may experience anxiety, panic attacks, trauma, bullying and peer pressure, depression, low self-esteem, and self-harming behaviour. Crysta provides a comfortable and safe space for people to share their difficulties. She has a collaborative therapy approach to applying evidence based therapies, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Crysta accepts referrals for adults, adolescents, and children.

Ms Su-lin Yii


Su-Lin holds a Master of Clinical Neuropsychology degree, with specialised training in the assessment and rehabilitation/remediation of neuropsychological conditions. This includes acquired brain injury (such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, tumour, neurosurgery, alcohol and substance-related brain injuries), neurodevelopmental disorders (including learning disorders, intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder, ADHD) and neurodegenerative conditions (such as dementia, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease). Su-Lin’s professional experience includes specialist services in a number of neurorehabilitation wards, geriatric wards and diagnostic clinics in both Melbourne and for the NHS in London, UK. She also enjoys working with children and has previously been employed as an Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) therapist, providing interventions to children with autism spectrum disorder. She has undertaken research into the impact of social and emotional programs in reducing behavioural difficulties in children, and has published a journal article exploring investigative interviewing strategies for paediatric eyewitness testimony. Su-Lin is a creative, results-driven and goal-oriented clinician, who draws on evidence-based interventions to deliver bespoke treatment services to her clients. Her specialist knowledge of neuroanatomy and neuropsychology enables her to provide in-depth assessments to better inform subsequent remediation and treatment plans.

Amanda Nagulendran


Amanda holds a Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) degree. Her professional experience includes treatment of anxiety and depression at a specialist clinic, providing psychological services for medical inpatients, and facilitating day programs delivering Dialectical Behaviour Therapy. Amanda has worked in a range of settings in public and private healthcare across Melbourne. She is passionate about providing evidence-based treatment to support clients in reaching their goals. With a research background in cross-cultural psychology, Amanda enjoys working with adults from a range of cultural backgrounds. She is particularly interested in working with anxiety disorders, depression, adjustment difficulties, trauma, and difficulties with emotion regulation. Amanda's therapeutic approach combines elements of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), including mindfulness.