Dr Deborah Eyles MAPS

Clinical Psychologist, Melbourne Victoria.

203 Canterbury Road

Canterbury, Vic. 3126


BSc DipEd PostGrad Psych PhD

Registration Number: PSY0001126076

Medicare Provider Number: 4193023Y 


Registered Psychologist - Psychology Board of Australia

Member of the Australian Psychological Society
Member of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists


Deborah Eyles is a Clinical Psychologist practising from offices in the Melbourne suburb of Canterbury. She specialises in working with adults, adolescents and their families. In particular, Deborah offers treatment to those affected by anxiety, depression, adjustment issues, parenting and stress management. Deborah uses a range of theoretical approaches when carrying out clinical assessments and working therapeutically with clients.


She has extensive experience in psychological practice and research in both medical and counselling settings utilising the theoretical modalities of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT), Solutions Focussed and Family therapy. A list of her expertise for adult and adolescent clients appears on the right hand side of this page.


Deborah has a strong foundation in the multidisciplinary nature of working with young people having conducted individual and group interventions in numerous health, education and research settings. Deborah is a specialist in the assessment and treatment of anxiety disorders and behavioural difficulties in adolescents, with particular interests in the manifestation and treatment of school reluctance and refusal behaviours. She is passionate about early intervention with young people, with the aim of building self-esteem and resilience and preventing ongoing mental illness. Deborah also enjoys working with parents who are experiencing difficulties and challenges associated with the different developmental stages of adolescence.


In addition to her private practice work, Deborah has worked and taught within the School of Psychology and Psychiatry, Monash University. She was based at the Centre for Developmental Psychiatry and Psychology, a specialist clinical research centre with a mandate to provide research and teaching in the field of developmental psychiatry and psychology with a particular focus on child, adolescent and family mental health. The Centre works in close affiliation with the clinical services provided by the Monash Medical Centre. Deborah currently works for the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.

As a clinician and researcher, Deborah has contributed to projects designed to treat anxiety disorders and school refusal behaviours in adolescents, an fMRI study on women experiencing mental health issues and postnatal parenting difficulties, and the evaluation of a child and parent multilevel prevention and early intervention program developed to reduce the incidence and impact of emotional and behaviour difficulties in young children.


Deborah is dedicated to providing evidence-based treatments for adults, adolescents and families. She works to maintain a strong therapeutic relationship with her clients involving respect, compassion, warmth and trust.





 

 

Balwyn & Canterbury Psychology

Deborah specialises in assessment and treatment for adults and adolescents with:


  1. Generalised Anxiety

  2. Social Anxiety

  3. Panic Attacks

  4. Anger Management

  5. Behaviour Management

  6. Educational Assessment

  7. Acute Stress

  8. Workplace Related Issues

  9. Academic Performance

  10. Depression

  11. Self-esteem

  12. Stress and Coping

  13. Sleeping Difficulties

  14. Eating Issues

  15. School Reluctance

  16. School Refusal

  17. Bullying

  18. Relationship Difficulties

  19. Parenting Problems

  20. Perinatal and Postnatal

         Anxiety & Depression