Jason Leong, Clinical Psychologist (In-person, video and telephone telehealth appointments offered)
Jason Leong has completed 6 years of University study and 2 years of supervision required to become a Clinical Psychologist. He has considerable expertise working with people experiencing life adjustment problems, particularly in their role as a Carer. He appreciates that often there is no practical ‘quick fix’ to a problem and endeavours to help client come to terms with a difficult situation, while encouraging them to take steps towards a life of vitality. With a warm, empathetic and authentic approach, Jason works extensively using a specialist and evidence based CBT model called Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and incorporates principles from attachment theory. Jason has completed Level 1 and 2 training in the Gottman Method, an evidence-based approach to couples counselling that helps couples connect to a more meaningful relationship and provides practical strategies for improvement. He enjoys and has experience working with people across the lifespan, from adolescents through to older adults, as well as people from diverse cultural backgrounds and the LGBTI+ community. Jason welcomes referrals of people aged 13 and above.
Genja Lusnats, Clinical Psychologist (In-person, video and telephone telehealth appointments offered)
Genja specialises in interventions tailored to individual presentations. She has 34 years of experience as a clinical psychologist and seen thousands of patients over this time.
Genja holds a Bachelor of Behavioural Sciences with Honours and a Masters in Clinical Psychology completed in 1987. She has worked in a broad range of clinical areas and received intensive post graduate supervision and training.