Clinical Psychologist & Mindfulness Consultant

Clinical Psychologist & Mindfulness Consultant from Dr Richard Chambers, Clinical Psychologist & Mindfulness Consultant

By: Dr Richard Chambers, Clinical Psychologist & Mindfulness Consultant  05-Feb-2015
Keywords: Personal Development, Life Coaching, Business Coaching

I am a clinical psychologist specialising in stress, anxiety, depression, addiction, sleep issues, relationship problems and work/study performance enhancement. I specialise in mindfulness as this i.e. experiential, practical and gives you something to start using right away to improve your situation. I combine this with evidence based approaches such as CBT. I set clear goals with my clients so we both know exactly where we are going and work collaboratively with each person I treat to ensure we develop an approach that is right for them. I also run regular six-week Mindful Stress Reduction courses. These are beneficial for reducing stress, improving wellbeing, enhancing academic and work performance, improving relationships and increasing overall wellbeing. I regularly consult to a growing number of schools, universities, businesses and sporting organisations interested in the benefits of mindfulness. I am spearheading a university-wide mindfulness approach at Monash University, am co-author of Mindful Learning and helped develop the Smiling Mind app.

Keywords: Addiction, Anger Management, Anxiety Counselling, Anxiety Panic, Behaviour Therapy, Business Coaching, Clinical Psychologist, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Counselling and Psychotherapy, Counselling Service, Counselling Services, Depression Counselling, Depression Therapy, Family Counselling, Grief Counselling, Life Coach, Life Coaching, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Personal Development, Professional Counselling, Relationship Counselling, Relationship Counsellor, Relationship Problems, Social Anxiety, Social Phobia, Stress Counselling, Trauma Counselling

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