275 Consulting, 275 Princes Highway Werribee VIC 3030
Phone: (03) 9731-1656 Fax: (03) 9741-9834
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Margie is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and has been an Associate member of the Australian Psychological Society for ten years. She specialises in Counselling, Psychological Practice and Trauma Therapy.
Margie's psychological approach is "Integrative" drawing from the following traditions; Humanistic, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).
Interpersonal Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Solution Focussed, Brief Therapy, Psychodynamic and Existentialism.
Manisha is a registered Psychologist with over 15 years of experience in providing mental health support to clients from a wide range of socio-economic backgrounds.
Passionate about supporting women who require assistance with managing issues around work or personal life. Manisha is also looking forward to working with anyone who is interested in seeking support to improve work-life balance, career advancement, building motivation, career transition or returning to work.
Manisha uses CBT, mindfulness and eclectic approaches to work with issues such as anxiety, depression, Alcohol and Drug issues, PTSD, grief and loss issues, relationship issues, chronic pain, work-related stress and parenting concerns.
Along with English, Manisha is fluent in Hindi and has understanding of other languages such as Marathi and Gujrati.
275 Consulting have a range of Clinical and General Psychologists practicing at the clinic.
Please find below information about each of the Psychologists.
Dr Margaret Cutajar
Dr Margaret Cutajar is an experienced psychologist with over 13 years experience in public and private mental health. She specialises in treating anxiety in adults utilising a holistic cognitive-behavioural approach. Drawing on psycho-physiological principles and strategies, Margaret teaches clients how to shift out of a maladaptive stress response by working with the nervous system to get into a state of healing. From this calmer, non-threatening state, people are more receptive to being empathically confronted on their cognitive distortions and maladaptive schemas, while developing courage to take appropriate actions and form new behavioural patterns. It is therefore Margaret's aim to help her clients learn how to align their body and mind and act according to their values and higher potentials to positively transform their life.