Courageous Steps Psychologists Maitland provide evidence-based treatment for Adult Mental Health.
Individual Psychological Services include:
- Relationship and Attachment Related Difficulties
- Depression and Anxiety
- Life Transitions and Stress Related to Adjustment
- Grief and Loss
- Adult Survivors of Complex Developmental Trauma
- Work Related Difficulties
- Personal Development
Hunter Valley Psychologist Giselle Naidu
Courageous Steps psychologist Maitland was established by Giselle Naidu, who is a Registered Psychologist, in 2017.
Giselle Naidu graduated with a Masters in Social Sciences (Psychology) Degree from the University of Natal (Durban, South Africa) and registered in South Africa as a Psychologist July 2001. Giselle is registered in Australia with APHRA and is an APS member. Giselle is committed to offering a professional service to all those who take those courageous steps towards their health and well-being.
Giselle understands that the journey of healing is a courageous one and so is deciding to share yourself, and your deepest most painful stories, with another. Courageous Steps Psychology wants to honour that difficulty and your bravery by providing a safe, clear, and respectful experience. We explore with you how you want to go forward.
It is important that you feel that working with us is the right fit for you. You can usually enter into the first few sessions to discuss what you would like to work towards, and how our skills and experience can be used to assist you in getting further ahead in your journey.
Courageous Steps Psychology provide the steppingstones to guide your process.
Appointments are available with Giselle on Mondays and Fridays in Maitland. Medicare rebates are available for our psychological services.
Find out more about our psychology services and treatment modalities, our consultation fees or contact us here to arrange an appointment.
For all appointments please phone 04 78 131 244 or contact us here.
We acknowledge that this practice is located on the land of the Wonnarua People, the Traditional Custodians of the Land
and pay our respects to Elders Past, Present and Emerging.