Meg Debski is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia and a member of the Australian Psychological Society. She has been counselling for over 25 years and working as a psychologist for over 20 years. Meg has worked in educational settings, community health services and private psychological practices. Meg has also worked as a lecturer and trainer in counselling.
Meg has a passion for working with couples and holds a Master's Degree in Relationship and Couples Therapy. As a result she sees all clients through a relationship lens. This means that, even if you see her for individual issues, she will be mindful of the role key relationships may play in either your symptoms or your therapy processes.
Meg also has a passion for helping clients connect more deeply to their own emotional self. This can involve being more mindful of one's own feelings (as opposed to being constantly caught up in the chatter of the mind) and listening to and catering to the emotional needs of self.
Meg partakes in continued professional development each year and is very committed to staying up to date with the latest research and treatment methods. She focuses her areas of development around evidence-based individual therapy treatments, neurobiology and couples therapy.
Meg also provides supervision and secondary consults to psychologists and other therapists in the area of Relationship Therapy.