Master of Counselling
Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology
Bachelor of Science (Psychology)
Diploma in Counselling
Savleen Bajaj is a skilled and compassionate psychologist with extensive experience in diverse settings. She is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society. Savleen has a substantial professional background and has worked in public and private mental health sectors. She provides effective therapeutic support to adults.
Savleen has an empathetic and supportive therapeutic style. She offers an integrative approach to therapy and works from a humanistic framework. She works collaboratively with her clients and encourages them to identify their strengths whilst they examine and compassionately reflect on their lives. This process enables Savleen’s clients to explore new ways of enhancing the quality of their lives, build resilience and strong connections. Further, Savleen assists her clients to identify their personal stumbling blocks, and deepen their awareness and understanding of the core issues underlying their thoughts, emotions and behaviour. She focuses on supportively engaging her clients to achieve long-term meaningful change in a safe and caring environment.
Savleen draws on a range of evidence-based treatment modalities, tailored specifically to the client’s presenting issues and needs. She integrates features from a range of therapeutic approaches into her sessions, including: Schema Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Therapy, Emotion-Focused Therapy, Compassion-Focused Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment (value-based) Therapy. Savleen is committed to supporting her clients achieve their personal goals and experience improved wellbeing in all areas of life. Savleen is deeply dedicated to helping her clients improve their relationships with themselves and others, outlook on life and overall wellbeing.
Savleen Bajaj has appointments available in the following location: Caroline Springs
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