We are currently offering telehealth appointments via phone or video under the new, temporary Medicare Benefit Scheme. We are also continuing to offer appointments in person at the clinic, adhering to the social distancing guidelines set by the COVID-19 National Health Plan. By employing these guidelines we can continue to support each other during these challenging times.
Whether you need help with your mental health, emotional wellbeing or a cognitive assessment, you want the way forward to be as simple as possible. At Gateway Psychological Services in Midland, we aim to ease any stress or confusion you feel about accessing the care you need. For yourself – or for a loved one. From your first enquiry, we listen carefully to understand your situation, then explain the services we offer, fees and how we work. So, before you make your appointment, you feel clear and confident about the relevant services our psychologists provide. And you understand the best way to proceed.
From our highly trained mental health professionals to our friendly reception team, we’re here to help you live the most rewarding life possible. You can access the following psychological services for children, teens and adults in Perth, WA:
Autism Spectrum Disorder ADHD Learning difficulties Giftedness Acquired Brain Injury Neuropsychologists specialise in cognitive assessments that help you understand more about your, or a loved one’s, learning abilities or brain function.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Behavioural therapy Functional assessments Cognitive Rehabilitation Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Psychological therapy can provide a pathway to better mental health whatever your age, from children and teens to adults and seniors.
Individual Groups Social Skills Memory Goal Management Training Intensive Cognitive Reha
Secret Agent Society (SAS) small group program for children aged 8-12 years Group programs offer a supportive framework to help develop more social or emotional resilience to cope with everyday situations.
Our psychologists believe everyone deserves the best quality of life possible. From mental health support to specialised cognitive testing, our team has the range of experience and expertise to help people of all ages throughout Perth. In addition to our Clinical Neuropsychologist, Dr Kate Elliott, we have a Speech Therapist, and several of our practitioners are qualified Autism Assessors. This means we can provide Autism Spectrum Disorder Assessments, using speech pathology and psychology, for children through to adults.
Our team of experienced psychologists can give you the tools you need to understand and overcome difficulties and issues, so you can take control of your health and wellbeing.
Clinical Neuropsychologist Clinical Psychologist
Cognitive assessments and neuropsychology Psychological therapy
Neuropsychologist | Clinical Psychologist
Cognitive assessments to assist with: Bariatric assessment and support Returning to the workplace after an accident Traumatic Brain Injury (workplace accidents, car accidents, victims of crime) Acquired Brain Injury (strokes, cancer recovery, drug use) Intellectual disability testing
Clinical Psychology for: Adult survivors of abuse Family violence survivors Emotional abuse Eating disorders Generalised anxietyObsessive Compulsive Disorder Panic Disorder Perfectionism Post-natal depression Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Social Anxiety
When I established the clinic, my goal was to build a team of psychologists who genuinely care about improving emotional wellbeing for children and adults in Perth. As Gateway Psychological Services has grown, we’ve introduced more services for more people.Today, the most rewarding part of my work with cognitive assessments and clinical psychology is seeing the difference we make in people’s lives. Through a combination of empathy and perseverance, we help our clients achieve life-changing breakthroughs.
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology Master’s degree in Community Development Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (minor in Children and Family Studies)
I am iron, and I forge myself.
Psychological therapy SAS Group Program
Psychological therapy for: Children aged 8+ Families with young children needing support with behaviour, sleep, toileting or other issues Anxiety or depression in adults
SAS Group Program Qualified facilitator for this evidence-based small group program for children (8-12 years) with ASD, ADHD or social and emotional difficulties.
I love working collaboratively with families, schools and other stakeholders to get the best outcomes for children.The fantastic SAS Group Program is in high demand in WA. I am delighted to be able to bring it to more people through Gateway Psychological Services.
Bachelor of Psychology Bachelor of Arts (major in psychology)
The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction, not a destination.
Cognitive assessments for diagnosis of: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Dyslexia Giftedness (academic)
Psychological therapy for: Behaviour management Children, adolescents and adults with developmental disorders Emotional regulation Social skills
I specialise in assessments for Autism Spectrum Disorder, Dyslexia and Academic (Gifted) individuals, from 18 months old through to adulthood.I'm particularly interested in helping gifted children and adolescents overcome anxiety and perfectionism.
Autism Assessor – trained to international assessment standards by Disability Services Commission Graduate Diploma in Education (School Psychology and Special Needs Education) Bachelor of Arts (Honours in Psychology)
Augmentative and alternative communication (low-tech forms through to provision and prescription of high-tech alternatives) Autism Spectrum Disorder (all through the lifespan) Childhood Apraxia of Speech Developmental Language Delay Disabilities and additional needs for children, adolescents and adults Hanen trained Early Intervention Parent-child interaction and coaching Positive behaviour support Speech disorders Speech disorders Supervision and mentoring of newer speech pathologists (or those wishing to extend their practice in a speciality area) Supporting children in schools with speech and language impairments
I’ve devoted 18 years to growing my expertise as a Speech Pathologist. I’ve managed speech pathology departments in Perth, regional WA and the UK. And I’ve held roles in the public and private sectors as well as hospital, community and educational settings.I’m also a trained assessor for Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Autism Assessor – trained to international assessment standards by Disability Services Commission Bachelor of Science (Human Communication Science)
Counselling Psychology Registrar
Psychological therapy DBT
Counselling Psychology Registrar
Psychological therapy for children and teens only, including: Anxiety Bullying and peer issues Children and adolescent therapy Depression Gender and sexuality issues Low self-esteemPersonality disorders Relationship difficulties and family conflict Sexual and physical abuse Stress Trauma-related disorders
I specialise in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and am interested in working with children who have experienced different types of trauma.I also help teens and young adults to manage their mental health and emotional wellbeing.
Master of Psychology (Counselling) Bachelor of Psychology Bachelor of Arts (Psychology, Criminology and Justice)
I believe that a different therapy must be constructed for each patient because each has a unique story.
Psychological therapy for all ages, including: Anxiety Addictions and dependencies Depression Grief and lossRelationship and family issues Stress and lifestyle balance Sexuality Workplace and organisational issues
Steven is available after hours as follows: Wednesday 4.30pm – 6.30pm Saturday mornings
Bachelor of Psychology
Clinical Neuropsychologist Registrar
Cognitive assessments and neuropsychology Psychological therapy
Clinical Neuropsychologist | Registrar
Cognitive and diagnostic assessments for: - Specific learning disorders (e.g. dyslexia) - Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - Williams Syndrome - Intellectual disability/ability testing - Paediatric acquired brain injury (e.g. traumatic brain injury, stroke) - Epilepsy - Cerebral palsy
Cognitive rehabilitation or intervention to assist with: - Specific learning disorders (e.g. dyslexia) - Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) - Intellectual disability - Williams Syndrome - Paediatric acquired brain injury
I am passionate about making a positive difference in the lives of individuals with neurodevelopmental conditions and have special interests in the areas of learning disorders, ADHD, intellectual disability and Williams Syndrome.While I particularly enjoy working with children and adolescents, I am also motivated to provide assessment and intervention for adults with these conditions. I have clinical experience across a number of settings in both Sydney and Perth.
Master of Clinical Neuropsychology Bachelor of Science (Honours) with First Class Honours Member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS) Member of The Australian Paediatric Neuropsychology Research Network Professional Member of ADHD WA Professional Member of the Williams Syndrome Association of WA
We do not need magic to transform our world. We carry all the power we need inside ourselves already.
Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy Cognitive assessments and neuropsychology Psychology therapy
Cognitive assessments to assist with: Acquired Brain Injury (ABI; traumatic brain injury, strokes) Neurological disorders (dementia, Multiple Sclerosis) Intellectual disability/ability testing Dyslexia – i.e. Specific Learning DisorderAttention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Psychological therapy including: Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy (CRT) Anxiety (young adults) Depression (young adults) Adjustment post Neurological disorders (Multiple Sclerosis, dementia, stroke, ABI)
With diverse experience gained in private practices in Perth and Canberra, as well as major Sydney hospitals, I enjoy treating clients with a wide range of disorders ranging from children to adults. My hospital work included diagnostic assessments for Autism, ADHD and other learning disorders in children. I also treated adults with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), dementia and other neurological disorders.I have a particular interest in using Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy (CRT) to help my clients with ABI learn to maximise their cognitive potential.
Master of Clinical Neuropsychology Bachelor of Science (honours) with First Class Honours – Quantitative research Bachelor of Science (Psychology) Member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS) Member of College of Clinical Neuropsychologists WA committee
Recovery is not about perfection, it’s about progression.
Reception and Admin Practice Manager
Reception and Admin
Lisa is the warm, friendly face on our reception. You’ll deal with her when you contact or visit the clinic. She is committed to helping you access the treatment you seek.
Referrers | NDIS | GPs
Lisa can answer any questions you have about our psychologists, clinical psychologists and neuropsychologists or cognitive assessments including Autism Spectrum Disorder Assessments.
Located inside a beautifully restored heritage home, Gateway Psychological Services has been based in Midland since 2012.
FIND US AT
40 Byers Rd, Midland, WA 6056
WE’RE EASY TO REACH
By car – you’ll find plenty of parking at the rear of the building or on the street.
On public transport – we’re within easy walking distance of the Midland and Woodbridge train stations.
Simply ask our friendly reception team for advice on the best way to reach us.