A long time Brisbane CBD clinical psychologist with over 17 years of experience, Ravi has a gentle, non-judgmental and thoughtful approach with his clients. He values diversity, flexibility and self-understanding in both his personal and professional life. Creating supportive counselling relationships based on inclusion and acceptance is how Ravi quickly establishes trust with his clients.
Ravi works with both couples and with individual adults. He strongly believes in integrating his clients’ personal goals into their therapeutic programs so success is more wholistic.
For couples experiencing communication issues, loss of the spark or a breakdown in trust, Ravi provides tools, techniques and new perspectives to help restore the relationship.
Ravi works with adults who may be experiencing any of the following:
- Severe anxiety and social anxiety
- Chronic health issues, chronic pain
- Depression, chronic depression
- Grief, bereavement and loss
- Addictions (other than sex, internet and porn)
- Bi-polar disorder (preferably managed)
- Borderline personality disorder
- Gender identity questions, gender dysphoria in adults, transgender
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
For therapy, Ravi utilizes a variety of techniques from well-established therapeutic traditions of Interpersonal therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Schema Therapy, and Psycho-dynamic therapy depending on each client’s needs and personality.
Ravi provides counselling in English and Hindi. Ravi does NOT do immigration assessments, immigration letters or reports, or medico-legal reports for court or insurance claims.
He is an approved Brisbane Mind Provider in Brisbane CBD.
- Adult Males over 25 yrs
- Individual Females - adult and youth
- Couples over 35 yrs
- Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer
Ravi utilizes a variety of techniques from well-established therapeutic traditions including:
- Interpersonal therapy
- Cognitive Behavioural therapy (CBT)
- Schema therapy
- Psycho-dynamic therapy
Member, Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
Member Australian Psychological Society (MAPS), College of Clinical Psychologists