Graham Kell completed his Masters in Clinical Psychology at the University of the Sunshine Coast. He has worked in private practices treating a wide range of psychological difficulties across the lifespan, for individuals and couples. He has also worked in public hospitals with inpatients in acute mental health and addiction services. Additionally, Graham has completed a Masters in Theology, and a Bachelor in Natural Resources. He has been married for over 25 years and has two adult children.
Graham has a strong interest and expertise in relationship counselling, working with children and adolescents, and helping men overcome difficulties related to stress, anxiety, and depression. His emphasis on compassion, combined with his evidence-based expertise and warm approach, promotes recovery and growth in his clients. Graham enjoys exploring the mind-body connection, and his research from clinical trials on the use of complementary medicine for anxiety has been published in peer-reviewed journals. Graham is also an enthusiastic and gifted key-note speaker, delivering engaging psychological presentations in schools, communities, and corporate settings.