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Shelley Amity

20-65 years
Shelley is a psychologist with a wealth of clinical experience and has specialised in trauma and PTSD counselling and treatment, after working at the Trauma Centre of Australia for several years. Shelley promotes a friendly, empathetic, and a non-judgmental style of support to help clients identify their strengths, develop essential coping skills, creating step-by-step strategies towards their personalised goals and increase their resilience to life’s challenges with confidence in achieving a meaningful, happier, and healthier life.
Specialties: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, Social anxiety, Panic disorder, Adjustment disorder, Grief and bereavement, Life transition, Career counselling, Work-related stress, Anger management, and Chronic pain management.
Approaches: Shelley uses a range of evidence-based social skills, emotional regulation program, and interventions;
Post traumatic growth approach, Trauma-Informed Care, Trauma Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Motivational interviewing skills, Interpersonal Therapy,
Logo-therapy, Mindfulness-Based Therapy, and Solution Focus Therapy.

Shelley Amity

Dr Radhika Chikramane


                                                                                                Dr Radhika Chikramane 

                                                                                                         Sydney, NSW

                                                                      MBBS, MPH, FRANZCP, Cert. Consul. Liaison Psych (RANZCP)

                                                                                                      Pronouns- She/her

Dr Chikramane has worked in the field of psychiatry since 2009. She has worked in Tasmania between 2009-12 as well as various hospitals across Sydney, NSW since 2012. She has experience working in in-patient as well as community mental health
settings. During her Consultation Liaison Psychiatry roles, she has provided psychiatric care to patients under the care of several medical specialities. In
addition to being a Telehealth Psychiatrist with the PSYCH2U family, Dr Chikramane also works as a Staff Specialist at the Sydney Local Health District.

Dr Chikramane uses the conversational model of therapy while interviewing patients to provide a feeling of safety and develop a therapeutic relationship based on trust and respect.

She works collaboratively with patients, their families and carers. She uses research-based treatment approaches and focuses on patient- centred care,
tailored to the patient’s goals in recovery.

Her areas of interest include:

· Neuropsychiatry

· Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

· Intellectual disability

· General Adult Psychiatry

· Old Age Psychiatry

· Complex PTSD

· Borderline personality

· Mood disorders

Dr Chikramane sees patients aged 18 years and over for:

· Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)- NSW & TAS only

· Anxiety disorders including Obsessive compulsive disorder

· Mood disorders- Depression, Bipolar affective disorder and Schizoaffective disorder

· Personality disorders including Borderline personality disorder

· Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

· Complex PTSD

· Psychotic illnesses including Schizophrenia

· Eating disorders- Bulimia and Binge Eating (ONLY)

· Post natal anxiety, post-natal depression and post-natal psychosis

· Alcohol and substance misuse 

Dr Sandy Seton-Browne





Dr Sandy Seton-Browne has been working as a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist for the last thirty years, initially in the UK, where he trained, and for the last ten years in WA.

Sandy has experience working in the community on In-patient wards and in acute psychiatry. Dr Seton-Browne currently sees patients from 13 to 24 with a particular emphasis on mood disorders (such as depression and anxiety) and complex Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. 

Dr Seton-Browne works collaboratively with young people and their families to undertake a comprehensive assessment of their needs and in treatment planning. Sandy is well versed in psychopharmacology and prescribes medications when these are indicated. Sandy’s main therapeutic approach uses both a solution focused model and cognitive behavioural ideas. 

Sandy unfortunately does not undertake medico-legal work and does not carry out assessments for autism spectrum disorders. However, Sandy will see people on the spectrum, where there is a comorbid mental health problem.

 Other area’s Dr Seton-Browne can see are, Borderline Personality Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Gender Dysphoria and Transgender.