Ruth is a registered Psychologist, Member of the Australian Psychological Society and Member of the College of Community Psychologists.
The College is one of nine areas of specialist endorsement registered with the Psychology Board of Australia and the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Authority. It is recognised at an equivalent level to other specialist areas, for example, Clinical psychology.
Services for Adults
Ruth offers a range of professional psychology services to adults, either individually or together with selected loved ones.
Ruth focuses on helping adults who have experienced traumatic life events. For many people, past trauma may be experienced as if it is still happening in the present. A person may feel they are re-living the past event, or re-experiencing the emotions they did at the time of trauma. Thoughts, memories, flashbacks, nightmares might intrude into their daily life. Often a person will find this happens with no sense of being in control of when or how these happen.
Without being aware of it, reminders of past trauma can trigger reactions in the present. Reactions might be: heart palpitations, a sudden desire to escape, a sense of shame, harsh self critical thinking, emotions that are out of proportion to what is happening now, or out of control.
Ruth helps people build new skills and strategies to live a life to turn-around the impacts of trauma and turn trauma into triumph. More about Services for Adults
Ruth also provides a specialist service for local Aboriginal community members (adults).
Ruth offers specialist treatment (EMDR: Eye Movement De-Sensitisation and Re-Processing) for a range of conditions including trauma, for suitable adult clients. Find out about EMDR Therapy
Services for Organisations
Ruth provides services for:
- Injured Workers
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health and Allied Health Professionals and Managers
Mentoring & Supervision
Ruth offers mentoring for Aboriginal Mental Health Workers. She is a listed mentor with the Australian Indigenous Allied Health Association.
Ruth offers supervision and consultancy for organisations.
Areas of special interest include:
Trauma & Resilience
Where Ruth consults
Consultations can be held in private rooms in Bondi Junction or Campbelltown by appointment.
Home visits, Skype consultations and telephone consultations may also be available by appointment.
Ruth can also consult at your organisation if you prefer.
To make an appointment or inquire about consulting with Ruth, see contact details at Contact Us or Email Ruth at ruthbraunstein (@) icloud.com