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Shannon Morley

Educational and Developmental Psychologist

BSocSci, PostGradDipPsych, MPsych (Ed&Dev)FCEDP

Shannon is passionate about her work and truly enjoys collaborating with children, young people and their parents to empower them to become their best.  She brings warmth, humour, compassion and a nurturing approach in order to fully understand your concerns and draw on strengths for positive outcomes.  Shannon uses a psychodynamic perspective, in addition to drawing on evidenced-based interventions from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Positive Psychology, Interpersonal Therapy, Play Therapy and other modalities.  She appreciates the importance of matching the therapeutic approach to fit the needs of her clients, as none of us are cut from the same mould, so benefit from an individualised and tailored approach, sensitive to our cultural and other differences.  Exploring from a systemic framework, Shannon gains a holistic view of her client, informed by themselves, their parents, school staff, and other professionals working with the child or young person.  Interventions are coordinated and developed with this systemic lens in mind.  

Shannon works with children, young people and/or parents.  People may see her in regards to the following areas of interest: - 

  • Anxiety/Depression

  • Transitions and changes

  • Social/Friendships

  • Autism

  • ADHD

  • Anger Management

  • Sleep problems

  • Behaviour Problems

  • Grief and Loss

  • Self-Esteem

  • Learning Difficulties

  • Trauma

  • Attachment Difficulties

  • Navigating friendships and relationships

  • Parent Education and Support

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Bachelor of Social Science

Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology

Master of Psychology (Educational and Developmental) 


Endorsement in Educational and Developmental Psychology

AHPRA Board Approved Supervisor

Registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulatory Agency (AHPRA) 

Member of the Australian Psychological Society

Fellow of the College of Educational and Developmental Psychologists

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