The following clinicians are offering appointments at our specialist mental health consulting rooms,
providing outpatient psychiatric and psychological care.
Dr Peter Chen is a general Psychiatrist who has worked in various setting over the past 17 years including at the Post Trauma Recovery Service Clinic at Austin Hospital. He works at the University of Melbourne Health Service where he provides treatment to students and staff. Dr Chen has experience in providing individualised and collaborative psychiatric care including psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy for individuals with mood disorders, anxiety disorders and neuropsychiatric conditions.
Dr Gaurav Deva is a general Psychiatrist with a special interest in psychotherapy, mood, anxiety and psychotic disorders. Dr Deva has extensive experience in public and private psychiatry.
Dr Brahmesh Goyal is a psychiatrist who specialises in managing various psychiatric conditions including depression, grief, anxiety, psychosis and mood disorders. He has a special interest in helping people who suffer psychological distress in the midst of acute or chronic physical/medical symptoms.
Dr Richard Keuneman is a general Psychiatrist who has worked over 18 years across public, private and university health settings. Special interests include a holistic approach to interventions for mood, anxiety, adjustment and interpersonal difficulties. Dr Keuneman employs psychotherapy, lifestyle and/or medication modalities tailored collaboratively to the individual's circumstance and preferences. He is also fluent in French.
Dr Suzanne Koh is a general Psychiatrist who has a special interest in mother/baby psychiatry and psychotherapy. She has extensive experience working in public psychiatry and is happy to see patients for management of anxiety disorders, depression, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Dr Azita Moradi is a general adult psychiatrist and psychotherapist with over 17 years of experience in psychiatry. Having completed most of her specialist training at The Alfred Hospital, Dr Moradi has a special interest in mood and anxiety disorders, women's mental health, grief and loss, as well as adjustment issues. She utilizes several modalities personalized for the care of each individual. These may include pharmacotherapy, as well as psychotherapies including: CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), ACT (Acceptance Commitment Therapy), Mindfulness based therapies, short & long term psychodynamic psychotherapy and interpersonal therapy.
Dr Philip Price is a general Psychiatrist with a special interest in individual long-term psychotherapy for patients with personality disorder. Dr Price has extensive experience in psychiatry, working with complex patients with psychosis, mood disorder and personality disorder.
Dr Denise Wu is a Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist with considerable experience in public psychiatry. Dr Wu works with children and adolescents aged 3 - 18 and their families with a particular interest in play therapy, child psychotherapy and family work. Dr Wu completed her medical training at the University of Otago in New Zealand and her psychiatry training in Victoria, including a year as the Child Psychiatry Fellow at The Royal Children's Hospital. Dr Wu speaks fluent Mandarin in addition to English.
Nicole Hayes specialises in work with adolescents as well as adults, using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to treat mood and anxiety disorders. She has extensive experience in hospital, university, public mental health and private practice settings.
Lucy O’Neill has a special interest in perinatal mood disorders and adjustment difficulties in parenthood and worked 4 years at the Austin Parent Infant Programme. Lucy also has extensive experience in working with mental illness, anxiety and depression using both Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).