Our team of psychologists and behaviour support practitioners understand human behaviour, motivation, potential, and wellbeing and are trained in a range of evidence-based modalities, to help clients to create the change they want to see and feel in their lives.
Our psychologists are registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and participate in ongoing professional development to ensure they provide clients with the highest quality of care.
Sophie holds a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and a Masters in Psychology (Organisational & Human Factors) from the University of Adelaide. Sophie founded The Flourish Project after years of experience working across the public, private and corporate sectors. Sophie is registered to practice psychology under the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
Sophie supports clients to manage depression, anxiety, personal or workplace stressors, relationship difficulties and interpersonal challenges. She has worked extensively with clients experiencing trauma.
Sophie advocates for giving people the tools to build resilience, cultivate mental toughness, and uncover their unique strengths. By doing so, she believes people will improve their psychological well-being and feel greater satisfaction across multiple life domains.
Developing a solid therapeutic and trusting relationship is at the centre of Sophie’s approach. She creates a warm and non-judgmental space for her clients, holds great respect for those seeking help, and considers it a privilege to support them through their journey.
I am a psychologist because I love helping people become the best versions of themselves.
Phung is also an accredited Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) diagnostician and can provide Autism diagnostic assessments.
Phung has experience in a variety of settings, including public services, prisons, institutionalisations and private practice. She has significant experience in disability, forensic disability and dual disability and has been employed in the disability space for over 11 years. Phung is particularly interested in supporting clients with a disability to navigate feelings of grief and loss.
Phung is a highly holistic practitioner and incorporates Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness in her treatment plans. Phung also speaks fluent Vietnamese.
Phung has been praised for her calm and warm approach and prides herself on being an empathetic practitioner. Phung is currently accepting adult ASD Assessment referrals.
Talia has completed a Bachelor of Psychological Science and a Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice from Griffith University. She also holds a Graduate Diploma in Psychology from Monash University and a Bachelor of Science (Psychology Honours). Talia has completed her Master of Professional Psychology at Flinders University and is a Provisional Psychologist and Behaviour Support Practitioner at The Flourish Project.
I am a positive behaviour support practitioner because I am passionate about helping people to find their voice and express their needs to live more purposeful lives.
Sindhu specialises in developing person-centred Behaviour Support Plans for adults with mental health concerns and a range of developmental and cognitive disabilities. Sindhu’s passion lies in helping her clients to self-advocate. Developing strategies to support her clients and their support teams to understand the ‘why’ behind behaviours creates real lasting change to the lives of her clients.
Felicia has over 15 years of experience practicing psychology in Singapore and Adelaide, working with adults from diverse cultural backgrounds with complex needs, including mental health difficulties, intellectual disabilities and acquired brain injury. For the last decade, Felicia was the Senior Psychologist and Clinical Lead (Psychology) at an inpatient brain injury rehabilitation unit (BIRU) at The Repat Health Precinct.