At Think Mental Health we provide the best mental health clinicians and most effective treatments for all your EAP needs. We have a team of experienced and capable psychologists who provide counselling to those employees and families of those engaged with our EAP services.

What is an Employee Assistance Program? 

An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is an employment organised and funded program for staff offered by employers of choice. The purpose of an EAP is to offer a free service to staff to help them deal with a personal or work-related problem that might be impacting on their job performance, their productivity at work and general coping and well-being.   

Our approach will result in positive impacts on your employee’s personal life, mental health, co-worker relationships and strengthening how your people deal with stress and work-related issues. 

We have provided EAP services for a range of local organisations, including Lifeline, Capital Chemist Charnwood, Mental Health Australia, and Callida Consulting. 

Whether you’re an employer looking to support the mental health of your employees or you’re looking for individual counselling, from work to home, we have the full range of mental health care needs covered.  If you want to find out more about engaging us to be your EAP provider, please enquire here.  

Our Team

Who you might see

Ana Diaz

Ana is a registered psychologist, is fluent in English and Spanish, and works primarily with adults with a special interest in alcohol and drug dependence abuse, interpersonal relationships, and adjustment and stress-related disorders.

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Caitlin Hammond

Caitlin is a clinical psychologist and is passionate about working with clients who are experiencing a range of mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, stress and interpersonal issues.

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Emma Dunstone

Emma is a clinical registrar who has experience working across the lifespan and with varied clinical presentations, including anxiety disorders, depression, trauma, developmental disorders, and relational issues.

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Louise Hurley

Louise is a clinical registrar who is passionate about taking a strength-based, person-centred approach to working with clients as they navigate mental health challenges such as anxiety, depression, stress, grief, and interpersonal issues.

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Joanna Maning

Joanna is a clinical registrar undertaking the clinical registrar program. Jo is passionate about connecting with clients from a person-centred perspective.

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Monika Fridgant

Monika is a registered psychologist who has experience working across a range of life-stages and with varied clinical presentations, including anxiety, depression, trauma, and relational issues.

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Natalie Menezes

Natalie is a registered psychologist who enjoys supporting people of all ages but is particularly passionate about working with young people and their families and treating anxiety, depression, stress, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), eating disorders and trauma-related difficulties. 

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