A clinical psychologist is an expert in mental health. They have undertaken highly specialised training in the assessment, diagnosis, formulation, and psychological treatment of mental health, behavioural, and emotional disorders across the lifespan.
What training does a clinical psychologist have?
A clinical psychologist undertakes eight years of education and training to become endorsed by the Psychology Board of Australia. This is the highest level of training in the assessment, formulation, diagnosis, and psychological treatment of mental health problems.
Areas of practice
Dr Deborah Eyles applies evidence-based psychological treatments to provide a wide range of psychological services to individuals across the lifespan and for mental health conditions that range from mild to severe and complex.
Dr Eyles utilises a comprehensive range of theoretical approaches when working therapeutically with clients including Cognitive & Behavioural Therapies (CBT), Interpersonal Psychotherapy and Solution Focused Therapies.
Deborah is registered and endorsed by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency.
She is a member of both the Australian Psychological Society and the Clinical College.