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Julia Colcott

Clinical Psychology Registrar


  • Master of Psychology - Clinical (Uni Melb)

  • Bachelor of Psychological Science, Honours (Deakin Uni)

  • Graduate Diploma of Psychology (Uni New England)

About Julia

Julia is a warm and compassionate therapist who brings an authentic, non-judgemental and
collaborative approach to supporting clients. She has a special interest in understanding the
impact of childhood experiences and family relationships on emotional and mental wellbeing.
She is passionate about supporting individuals heal from the impact of trauma, develop insight
and process the meaning of these experiences, to achieve meaningful change.

Julia takes a person centred and holistic approach in her work, integrating strategies from
various evidence-based and trauma-informed therapeutic modalities, to tailor her approach to
individual need. She draws on techniques from Schema Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment
Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive
Behaviour Therapy.

Julia is committed to delivering therapy informed by the latest research, and she regularly
participates in supervision, training and professional development.

Therapeutic Interests

Julia enjoys working with:

  • Recovery from trauma, abuse and neglect

  • Mood difficulties, including depression, bipolar disorder and premenstrual dysphoric

  • Anxiety, including panic attacks, social anxiety and excessive worry

  • Addiction and substance use issues

  • Challenges with identity, self-concept and self-esteem

  • Family and relationship issues

  • Life transitions and existential concerns

Julia Colcott (ABN 77 22 33 815 71) is an independent psychologist operating from the rooms of Melbourne Psychology & Counselling

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