Dr Claire Milligan, Clinical Psychologist
Dr Claire Milligan is a Clinical Psychologist and founder of Maple Leaf Psychology & Allied Health. Claire has over 10 years experience in both the public and private sectors. She sees adolescents and adults who are struggling with depression, anxiety, grief and trauma issues, amongst other issues. Claire is trained in CBT, ACT and trauma-informed care, and aims to work collaboratively with clients.
Claire sees clients aged 15 and over, via Mental Health Care Plans, WorkCover, TAC, Victims of Crime and privately. As an endorsed Clinical Supervisor, Claire is also available for clinical supervision.
Ms Natalie Lim, General Psychologist
Ms Natalie Lim is a registered General Psychologist with 7 years experience working in public mental heath and forensic settings. Natalie is trained in CBT, ACT, Schema Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Coaching.
Natalie has interests in working across different facets of mental health including depression, anxiety, trauma and personality disorders.
Natalie sees clients aged 6 and over, via Mental Health Care Plans, WorkCover, TAC, and privately.
Dr Robyn Moffitt, General Psychologist
Dr Robyn Moffitt is a General Psychologist who has been registered for 15 years. Robyn is trained in CBT, ACT and Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT) and is able to assist adolescents and adults who are experiencing depression, anxiety, or are having challenges in work or interpersonal relationships, among other concerns.
Robyn offers a warm, empathic style and believes that the therapeutic relationship is key to effective treatment.
Robyn sees clients aged 15 and over, via Mental Health Care Plans, WorkCover, TAC and privately.
Ms Heather Litchfield, Accredited Mental Health Social Worker
Heather is an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker with over 10 years experience working with young people, adults and families.
Heather provides individual psychotherapy via motivational interviewing, specialist supportive clinical management, ACT, compassion focused therapy, narrative therapy. Heather also provides family support via single session family consultant.
Alongside with specialising in eating disorders, Heather also supports individuals experiencing a range of psychological concerns such as life transitions, worry and uncertainty, anxiety, body image, depression, trauma, shame and negative mindsets among others.
Heather is also trained to provide clinical supervision; Heather is passionate about supporting allied health professionals on their own professional journey.
Her practice is based on curiosity and compassion. Walking alongside clients through their journey of self-discovery and self-compassion creating genuine meaningful change.
Heather sees clients aged 16 and over (17 and over for clients with Eating Disorders), via Mental Health Care Plans, Eating Disorder Treatment Plans, WorkCover, TAC, Victims of Crime and privately.