PPS Epsom - Clinicians
Jasmine Murphy, Senior Child & Adolescent Psychologist
Jasmine is qualified to assist children and adolescence with anxiety disorders, behaviour problems, mood disorders, anger management, sleep problems, disruptive behaviour, self esteem/resiliency building, social functioning, grief/loss, brain injury, enuresis/encopresis, pervasive developmental disorders, feeding/eating disorders, and learning/communication difficulties.
Sue Lawrie, Senior Psychologist / Sex & Relationship Therapist
Sue works with individuals, couples and families. She has a special interest in the dynamics of interpersonal relationships.
She is experienced in working with people who have a range of difficulties including anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, child sexual abuse, psychotic episodes, personality disorders, alcohol and substance misuse, self harming behaviours and eating disorders. Sue also provides therapy for sexual, intimacy and relationship problems.
Paul Gregory, Clinical Psychologist
Paul Gregory is a clinical psychologist with a broad range of experience in mental health services in New Zealand and the UK. He qualified in 1980 and worked in NZ as a psychologist providing services to mentally handicapped individuals and their families.
Paul has a Masters degree in Psychology and a Diploma in Clinical Psychology from the University of Auckland, and an MBA with distinction from Massey University.
Bob Chen, Registered Psychologist
Bob has wide experience in the rehabilitation sector providing psychological services in the rehabilitation of patients suffering from various chronic pain conditions, mild head injury, vocational rehabilitation, and accompanying mental health conditions.
He also has experience in providing psychological services at the primary health care level through referrals from GPs.
Alex Bowerman, Health Psychologist
Alex began a career in psychology after working in a voluntary capacity for many years both in community organizations and in schools while raising her three children.
Since her internship in 2006, Alex has enjoyed working with a wide range of clients assisting them to manage difficulties including depression, anxiety related disorders, stress, adjustment to physical illness, healthy lifestyle changes, medically unexplained symptoms and chronic pain.
Anna Patience, Health Psychologist
Anna has been practicing at ProCare Psychological Services since the beginning of 2011, where she completed her health psychology internship.
She works with people to help them manage symptoms of anxiety and depression, along with helping people adjust to life transitions, with the aim of improving coping and quality of life.
Eve Yee Han Graham, Registered Clinical Psychologist
Eve has 11 years of clinical experience working with clients across the life span in government, non government and community settings in the greater Auckland area. Her interests include psychoeducation, early detection and holistic treatment of mental health imbalance.
Brynley Swinson, Health Psychologist
Brynley is a New Zealand registered psychologist and a member of the New Zealand Psychological Society.
He graduated from the University of Auckland with a Bachelor of Arts (with a double major in psychology and Mandarin Chinese) and from the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences with a Masters of Science and a Post Graduate Diploma in Health Psychology.