Graham Kell is a kind and accomplished clinical psychologist with a Masters in Clinical Psychology and extensive experience treating a wide range of difficulties faced by children, adults, and couples. He has worked in public hospitals for acute mental health and addiction services, and in private practices. Graham is warm and non-judgmental in his approach, provides interactive and visual resources in session, and has developed numerous therapeutic resources for children.
Graham has a strong interest and expertise in relationship counselling, working with children using play-based therapy, and helping adults break self-defeating patterns of thinking and behaving. He is experienced in providing treatment for stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, and relationship difficulties. He tailors therapy for each client’s individual needs using evidence-based practice, but has a particular interest and training in Schema Therapy.
He also provides professional supervision, and delivers engaging key-note psychological presentations in schools, communities, corporate and televised settings. In addition to his clinical qualifications, Graham completed a Masters in Theology, a Bachelor in Natural Resources (wildlife), and has been married for over 30 years, with two adult children.