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About Life's Good Psychology

Helping people to live a meaningful and empowered life. 

Our new Elsternwick - based practice is dedicated to providing top-notch psychological services to individuals of all ages & backgrounds. We believe that everyone deserves to lead a fulfilling and happy life, and we are here to support them on their journey.

We offer the option of both telehealth & in-person appointments.

We treat a range of difficulties including:

• Depression • Anxiety & Panic • Phobias • Relationship Problems • Stress & Coping • Emotion Regulation

• Post-Natal Depression  • Trauma & PTSD  • Bereavement  • Workplace Stress  • Adjustment Difficulties

• Behavioral Problems

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Meet: Chaya

Chaya is the practice owner and principal psychologist of

Life's Good Psychology.

Chaya is very passionate about helping others in difficult circumstances and through mental health challenges. She has extensive experience in working across the life span. She delivers individualised and client-centered support which empowers clients and helps them reach their full potential. Chaya has the ability to engage well with each client at their level. Chaya practices in a warm, calm and engaging manner. She treats each client as a special and unique individual, making them feel heard and worthy of support. Chaya has experience in working with depression, anxiety, life-related stress, maternal/post-natal health, behavioural management, anger, emotional regulation and grief/loss etc. along with experience in psychological assessment.

Chaya practices within the CBT framework, incorporating elements of ACT, solution focused therapy, schema therapy etc.

More about Chaya

For as long as she can remember, Chaya has wanted to be a psychologist. Even as a young child she wanted to help people  and in her young mind, psychologists were the ones who helped people. 

Her interest and passion for psychology grew throughout primary and high-school. She studied psychology as a VCE subject which was her introduction to the world of psychology. She was fascinated by this subject and went on to continue 

studying a Bachelor of Psychological Science and then Graduate Diploma of Psychology at Deakin University.   

She completed her formal education with a Master of Clinical Psychology through the Institute of Social Neuroscience. 

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