At Ascot Psychology & Allied Health, it is our mission to provide quality services, in a timely and accessible manner. We offer a variety of assessments for your education, career and mental health.

Meet the Team

Dr Vikki Knott

Director & Clinical Psychologist

Jacky Ni

Clinical Psychologist

Belle Nioa

Psychologist

 

Natalie Cross

Psychologist

 

Teri Warfe

Psychologist

 

Mitchell (Michelle) Chikwakukire

Psychologist

Laura Flynn

Provisional Psychologist

Dr Rose Everitt

Psychotherapist

 

Katrina Sheehan

Relationship Counsellor

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Brayden Mitchell

Client Services Officer

Ruby

Very Good Girl (Office Dog)

Ezra

Very Good Boy (Office Dog)

Dr Vikki Knott

Director & Clinical Psychologist

Why see a Psychologist or Counsellor?

There are many reasons why you might see a psychologist or counsellor. You may be experiencing anxiety, low mood, stressful life events, or having difficulties with life transitions at home, work or school. You may also be wanting to improve your coping skills and/or you may seek professional guidance to excel in your personal and work life.

All psychologists are regulated by AHPRA; however, counsellors are not regulated through AHPRA.

Counsellors at Ascot Psychology & Allied Health are registered with the Australian Counselling Association (ACA) and/or PACFA. They apply evidence to ensure that treatment approaches are valid and safe. Psychologists and counsellors are required to participate in ongoing supervision of practice and professional development to ensure their knowledge and skills are up-to-date. Issues you may choose to consult a Counsellor about:

 

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Communication
  • Domestic Violence
  • Gender or sexuality issues
  • Grief and loss
  • Life transitions such as birth, separation or divorce
  • Substance use
  • Parenting
  • Relationship issues
  • Self-esteem
  • Stress
  • Trauma


Psychologists can also provide treatment and support for those areas identified above. In addition, psychologists can provide psychological and cognitive assessments and can work with a range of mental health issues across the lifespan. Clinical Psychologists at Ascot Psychology & Allied Health also work with more complex presentations including Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenia Spectrum and other Psychotic disorders.

Psychologists and counsellors at Ascot Psychology & Allied Health work from a Trauma Informed Framework. They encourage interdisciplinary collaboration with others who provide health care to clients, with their permission.

Why choose us?

Community

We value and support our community by providing placement opportunities for students, allowing us to offer low cost services for those in the community who need it the most.

We provide services for

Individuals
Relationships
Executives
Children & Adolescents

What sets us apart?

We are a warm, friendly team who prioritise our community wellbeing. Ascot Psychology & Allied Health provide a range of services to address the needs of the community. We support local universities such as University of Queensland and USQ by providing placement opportunities to students. This enables us to provide low cost services to address the needs of those in the community who do not have a mental health plan, or who cannot afford a gap.

We also provide bulk-billing (limits apply) along with third party referrers including DVA, NDIS, WorkCover.

Psychological Assessments

We specialise in

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

Mindfulness Based Therapy

Dialectal Behaviour Therapy (DBT)

Narrative Therapy

Our Fees

For more information about the cost, rebates, and third party referrals when seeing a psychologist or counsellor at Ascot Psychology & Allied Health, click the below. 

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