Clinical Psychologist & AHPRA Approved Primary Supervisor
I decided to become Clinical Psychologist after being directly involved in voluntary work of helping victims of horrifying war in my homeland, former Yugoslavia.
Dr. Merima Isakovic is a Principal Clinical Psychologist.
At this point, there is one practice location in Canberra, ACT and two practice locations in City of Gold Coast. Merima is regularly seeing clients in Canberra ACT as well as the Gold Coast practice locations.
Merima is committed to grow strong clinical teams at all locations. Merima is therefore supervising the colleague Psychologists who work in her practice. Through their good and experienced clinical work as well as regular clinical supervision, they will soon be endorsed with Clinical Endorsement and therefore, become Clinical Psychologists.
Ashleigh is the Practice Manager for AAG Clinical Psychology Practice and has been working closely with Dr Merima Isakovic since early 2015, helping to systemise and grow the private practice. Ashleigh is passionate about personal development and helping others. She is certainly passionate about excellence in Business Development and providing the best services for the clients, and thus has fit into the AAG Clinical Psychology culture with ease.
Ashleigh has previously worked as an Assistant Practice Manager for medical centres on the Gold Coast, having worked in the medical field now for over 10 years. Ashleigh is also a qualified Exercise Physiologist and Sports Scientist, with experience in assisting Injured Workers return to work both in Western Australia and Queensland.
Trude is a compassionate and empathic Clinical Psychologist who enjoys working with people from diverse backgrounds. She has been with AAG Clinical Psychology Practice since early 2017 and is a fully registered Psychologist with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology. Trude is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and an associate member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association.
Clinical Psychology Registrar
Melanie is a compassionate and empathic Psychologist who is committed to working with clients, towards their aspirations for change and within their own life context. She is passionate about supporting her clients to heal, grow and thrive. Melanie is a fully registered Psychologist with a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology, a member of the Australian Psychological Society, a registered Dispute Resolution Practitioner and is currently undergoing endorsement as a Clinical Psychologist.
Diana Le Clercq is an empathetic and compassionate Provisional Psychologist who enjoys working in a range of diverse settings with children, adolescents, adults and the elderly. Diana is a member of the Australian Psychological Society as well as the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency, and is a provisionally registered psychologist with a Master of Professional Psychology.
Kourtney Eden-Davis is an accomplished young mental health practitioner who currently works as a Provisional Psychologist in a range of diverse settings with children, adolescents, and adults.
Kourtney is an enthusiastic and approachable young therapist, providing professional yet grounded and comforting individual-based treatment and assessment. Kourtney is committed to helping her clients to develop effective strategies and skills to tackle any issues that may be brought up throughout the therapy process.
Steven is a provisional psychologist with many years’ experience. He is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and has worked in a range of settings including aged care, mental health clinics, and outpatient health and wellbeing management of chronic health conditions.
Steven uses a genuine, pragmatic approach to mental health with a focus on behavioural interventions. He sees well-being as a connection of mental, spiritual, and physical health, and services typically address each of these areas as relevant. Steven works with the knowledge clients bring about their own lives to find strengths they can use to overcome challenges.
Emma is an empathic and committed practitioner who enjoys building strong therapeutic relationships with her clients and has worked in a diverse range of settings with children, adolescents, and adults. Emma is a member of the Australian Psychological Society as well as the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency, and is in her last placement before completing her Master of Professional Psychology (Clinical).