The treatment Graeme provides is tailored to meet the specific needs of clients and addresses conditions such as mood issues (including anxiety and depression), chronic pain (including headache and musculo-skeletal), adjustment problems (including acute distress, trauma and grief), behavioural issues (including anger, sleep disorders and relationship issues) and couples therapy.
Graeme specialises in identifying learning issues, the various treatment approaches for people with special needs, and has researched and published on the subject.
Graeme takes an eclectic approach to his work with clients and utilises several evidence-based therapies such as Cognitive Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Narrative therapy, Satir Family therapy, interpersonal skills training as well as relaxation and meditation.
Graeme services clients (i.e., children, adolescent and adults) referred under Medicare, Workcover, Transport Accident Commission (TAC), and Corporate (Employment Assistance Program) Veteran Affairs, Victims of Crime (VOCAT), National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and court ordered referrals.
He has a strong commitment to the ethical standards of the Australian Psychological Society and relevant legislation.