MA Psych/Coun; M Couple/Fam Ther; B Arts/Law(Hons)
Mobile 0438 438 920
Charmaine Bradley holds a double masters in systemic therapy and in applied psychotherapy. Her area of special interest is relational conflict, trauma, violence and abuse. Charmaine works systemically with individuals, couples, and families (including organizations) to facilitate healthier dynamics and desired outcomes. Charmaine is a trauma informed clinician with specialist training, and works sensitively with issues of child sexual abuse and intimate partner violence.
Areas of clinical expertise:
Relational and systemic stress, tension and conflict including intimate partner violence, sexual abuse, familial and cultural dislocation. Trauma recovery and trauma informed clinical supervision.
Practice areas include:
Individual, couple and family therapy.
Sadness, grief and loss.
Anxiety, stress and depression.
Child Inclusive Consultant and Interdisciplinary Practitioner in Post separation Work.
Emotional Release, Existential, Experiential, Marriage and Family, Mindfulness, Process Oriented, Psychodynamic, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Somatic Psychotherapy, Systems Theory
“If all you have is a hammer, then everything will look like a nail” as Maslow so famously said. This reflects my approach on the complexity of the human spirit and how best to meet its challenges. It also underpins my quest for constant learning and personal enrichment in my chosen field. My body of theoretical knowledge serves as a backdrop to what is of true essence: you the individual sitting before me, and the uniqueness of your situation. I do not work to a set formula, script or structure. Rather, my endeavour is to meet you and the work we need to do together, holistically at where it is at.
See more www.charmainebradley.com
I am guided by my professional mandates and ethical best practice codes of conduct. I hold professional membership as Clinical Psychotherapist and Accredited Clinical Supervisor with the
Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia; AAOS. And with AACP and CPNSW.
I sit on an Ethics Committee on PhD proposals into the field of systemic/relational issues.
I divide my time between private practice, working for a large not for profit organisation and as consultant clinical supervisor to a Masters training program. I was part of the select team of clinicians who worked in the area of complex trauma with the victims survivors of child abuse affiliated with the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse. Apart from working with individuals, couples and families over a range of presenting issues, I also facilitate group programs including parenting groups, intimate partner violence groups, and personal growth and awareness groups.
My experience in academia includes having been part of different working committees on quality control and course accreditations
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Close to public transport. If driving, there is ample off street parking.
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Psychotherapist, Clinical Supervisor
My areas of special interest are in attachment and developmental disruption, trauma recovery and trauma informed clinical supervision. I work systemically with all spectrums of relational issues vis individual, couple and family stress, tension and conflict; intimate partner violence; and sexual abuse.
Servicing North Sydney, Cammeray, Neutral Bay, Crows Nest and Sydney CBD....