• Trauma
  • Culture-specific family conflict
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Mood Disorders
  • Anger Management
  • Self-Esteem/Self-Confidence
  • Stress/Burnout
  • Interpersonal (IPT)
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Couples Therapy


  • Years in Practice:  10
  • School: Griffith University 
  • Year Graduated:  2005


  • Cognitive Behavioural (CBT)
  • Interpersonal (IPT)
  • Couples therapy
Robert Pearce Melbourne Psychologist

Robert Pearce

General Psychologist


My approach to helping people through psychological difficulties is based on the idea that a special form of human interaction will increase self-knowledge, develop emotional skills, and activate latent potential. I aim to identify unconscious patterns of thinking, feeling, and relating that reinforce negative emotion and destructive behaviour. 

My style is directed thoughtful and collaborative. The process of being understood, of learning about the various ways your mind works and of developing a new repertoire of psychological skills will open up new avenues for growth and engagement in your life’s pursuits.

Therapy should not be a mysterious or confusing process. It should be linked to concrete goals and measurable progress. I keep myself on the cutting edge by teaching, supervising, and participating in on-going academic activities.