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Dr. Eric Wee Chong Tan

Eric Wee Chong Tan | CFHP

Dr. Eric Wee Chong Tan

Senior Clinical Psychologist

Speaks: English, Chinese (Mandarin)

Areas of Focus

  • Anxiety (general anxiety, panic attacks and panic disorder, phobias, trauma, social anxiety, OCD)
  • Stress management
  • Anger management
  • Grief
  • Depression
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Borderline personality disorder
  • Coping with chronic health issues (such as IBS, HIV)
  • People struggling with cultural adaptation, homesickness


LGBTIQ concerns including:

  • coming out
  • bullying
  • coping with the trauma of conversion therapy
  • identity conflicts
  • gender dysphoria – support and assessment for HRT and SRS, etc.
  • Eric does provide reports to assess for gender dysphoria and to support Hormone Replacement Therapy and Sexual Re-assignment Surgery/ Procedures.

About Eric

Eric is a Clinical Psychologist with special interests in:

  1. Understanding how emotions work and using methods to transform emotions deeply and quickly
  2. Supporting adults from the LGBTQ community
  3. Supporting clients with psychological issues stemming from complex family-of-origin and childhood experiences.

Eric’s approach is warm, open, and humorous.  He works respectfully with his clients to help them understand their stuck emotional patterns and their way of being with both people and life events. He guides them to develop life-skills to change these patterns so that they could live fully, more fulfilled lives.

Eric completed his Doctoral degree in clinical psychology with research focused on psychological factors affecting Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and the mind-body connection.  Eric has worked as a mental health clinician for 13 years in not-for-profit, correctional, hospital and private practice settings.

Eric offers in-office, teleconference and online counselling.

Reports:  Eric does NOT do medico-legal, immigration, injury or compensation reports


Education and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Social Sciences (2nd Upper Class Hons)
  • Doctor of Psychology (Clinical Psychology)
  • Full registration with AHPRA, with Specialist Endorsement in Clinical Psychology

Eric’s thoughts about how he approaches therapy:

“I am a firm believer in providing the right kind of space and therapy relationship for clients so that their stuck patterns of feelings and thoughts have room to be explored, expanded and changed.  I do this in a very conversational style.  This is the heart of how I approach my client.

To enhance this exploration and change process for my clients, I do two things:

1) I often guide clients to pay attention inwards to their feelings in a specific way (called Focusing or Mindfulness++).

2) I also place special emphasis on the therapy relationship with clients – where I strive to be as transparent as possible about what is going on between the client and myself.”

Meet Eric

  • Enjoys drawing and writing
  • Likes to learn and try new things off of YouTube
  • Loves good stories – in any form such as books, movies, and anime
  • Aspires to sing and keeps practicing

Types of Clients


Eric also supports people without a diagnosis, including people who:

  • Suffer from chronic low-key anxiety
  • Struggle with low self-esteem
  • Feel that something is missing in their lives
  • Have struggles that stem from childhood experiences (known as attachment issues)
  • Question their sense of self
  • Struggle with anger issues
  • Feel uncomfortable in their own skins
  • Struggle relating with people (conflicts, social awkwardness, stuck communication patterns).

Therapeutic Techniques


Evidence-Based Therapeutic Approaches

  • Focusing-Oriented Therapy
  • Emotion-Focused Therapy
  • Psychodynamically-Informed Therapy
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Solution-oriented Therapy
  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

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    9:00am – 7:00pm

    9:00am – 7:00pm

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    Adults (50 minutes)

    Call 07 3211 1117 to book

    Medicare Rebate

    $129.55 with valid Mental Health Care Plan

    COVID-19 UPDATE: Centre for Human Potential has taken new measures to ensure the safety of our customers and employees. We have implemented several enhanced cleaning and social distancing protocols for those client who are well and attend an in-office session. This includes increasing the frequency of cleaning and on-going sanitizing throughout the day focusing on high use area such as reception common use furniture phones desks and counter spaces. If you would prefer to access service from home, we can offer your appointment by using phone or teleconference tools. (Medicare rebates are available if you are eligible) If you are concerned about Covid-19 you can get regular updates and resources visit the Department of Health website, the Queensland Health website or the World Health Organization website.
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