The importance of the relationship between the parent and the child
Child Parent Relation Training
Facilitate the child’s development of positive self-esteem and confidence
Allow the child, through the medium of play, to communicate their thoughts, feelings and need to their parents
A unique approach used by professionals trained in play therapy to train parents to be therapeutic agents with their own children through a format diadactic instruction, demonstration play sessions, required at-home laboratory play sessions and supervision in a supportive atmosphere.
Child Centered Play Therapy
Allowing children to be themselves
The child is accepted in this play time without any expectation. They are allowed to be themselves and not expected to be anyone else.
Qualified Play Therapist
A special time in a special place equipped with purposeful toys for the child to play with
Family Systems Approach
Using the context of a person’s past and present relationships to view any current emotional problems
No Taking Sides
The therapist works hard to avoid taking sides with any m ember of the relationship system
Assessment of Relationship System
The clients’ relationship system is also worked on within the therapy room, but the effects should continue afterwards.
Clients are helped to become more aware of how they react and respond to others, and how their reactions are being responded to
Uncover Patterns of Reactions
The therapist assists the client in exploring the past to help uncover patterns of reactions. The reactions within the relationship system is studied more deeply than the events themselves.
Helping you learn how you function in your most important relationships.
Team Moksha Therapy
Vinity has a Private practice in the Upper Blue Mountains where she sees young children and parents, adolescent and parents, adults and older adults. She has equipped herself with a research outlook to the symptoms that individuals present. This works as a strength for her in managing a varied group of clients.
A Registered Psychologist, Medicare and ATAPS provider. She is also a member of APS. She has done her Masters in Health Sciences (Child and Adolescent Mental Health) from the University of Sydney (2008).
Vinity is commited to assisting people strengthen their relationships and their emotional health through family systems approach. Evidence based approaches like CBT, Behavioural Strategies, Interpersonal Psychotherapy are some of the psychological strategies that are used in the family systems approach for adult and adolescent clients.
She has worked extensively with families with young children who present with a range of symptoms including attention issues, anxiety, speech problems, developmental delay and behavioural problems. In this process she has found that parents are the best resource for their child.
Vinity also has experience in corporate HR and training and is interested in assisting people to use system thinking to assist with workplace stress. Along with her psychological training, Vinity’s personal experience of immigration is an asset to her ability to lend a hand to those dealing with adjustment issues.
Vinity has completed her Advanced Certificate Program in Bowen Family Systems Theory and Practice, and is dedicated in applying her experiential & practical learning to best support her clients.
Vinity is also a certified National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider.
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Thank you for getting in touch!
Any queries will be responded to within 1 business day.
Vinity Gill (Psychologist)
Masters in Health Sciences (Child and Adolescent Mental Health, University of Sydney)
Certified Play Therapist
Certified CBT Practicioner
0420 973 363 (Mobile)
02 4782 7786 (Landline)
All sessions take place at the clinic in the Upper Mountains.
Schedule of fees are applicable depending upon following schemes:
“The only person we can change and control is our own self. Changing our own self can feel so threatening and difficult that it is often easier to continue an old pattern of silent withdrawal or ineffective fighting and blaming”
-Harriet Lerner, PhD