Types of Issues I work with
Drug and Alcohol problems
Up to 30-40 % of people with a substance use disorder also suffers from a mental health problem. Substance misuse often masks underlying mental health disorders.Learn More >>
Stress is a normal response to events that build up in life. However sometimes stress levels become too high and you can feel a little out of control. Signs and symptoms of stress overload include; moodiness, irritability, feeling overwhelmed, sleep disturbance, fatigue and anxiety.Learn More >>
Depression is a pervasive feeling of despair and hopelessness. Symptoms of depression include sleep disturbance, poor appetite, weight loss, feeling useless, lack of motivation, fatigue and memory problems.Learn More >>
Anxiety is a serious condition that is characterised by persistent, excessive worry. Anxiety can be so distressing for some people it may interfere with their ability to function. Anxiety is associated with sleep disturbance, inability to stop the worry, avoiding anxiety provoking situations, poor appetite and weight.Learn More >>
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Is a set of symptoms that may occur after a person experiences or witnesses a traumatic or life threatening event such as being involved in an accident, assault, sexual or physical abuse, combat or a natural disaster.Learn More >>
My Story: Becoming a Psychotherapist
In my journey of healing I have used many highly effective therapy approaches that I passionately share with my clients. I’m trained in several proven methods How I work including EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, and Trauma Sensitive Yoga Therapy.
I became a psychotherapist because I’m fascinated with people and I want to help them find relief from their suffering. Healing trauma can be challenging work, but it can also be life changing.
My Philosophy as a Holistic Therapist and Nurse Practitioner
Change in therapy occurs when you are able to resolve lingering issues often from the past. Once these problems are healed, you will be more able to accept who you are, feel more safe and secure in yourself, and find more meaning in your life.
I’ve seen people who have struggled for years turn their lives around, so I know it is always possible to break through pain, chronic depression, anxiety and unhappiness to create a life you love.
Regardless of how much you have suffered, if you are committed to your growth and development, eventually you can have the life that you want.
Contact Wendy Corliss
Psychotherapist and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Book a Therapy Session:
Address: Suite 1, 1 Redman Rd Dee Why, 2099
Phone No. 02 9972 0071
Day and Evening Appointments Available
Closed on the Weekends