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Dr Juliane Pariz

AHPRA registered Psychologist

AHPRA Board Approved Psychology Supervisor

Member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS)

Member of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development (ISSBD)

Certified Parent-Child Interaction Therapist (PCIT)

Medicare Provider (for individual and group sessions)

NDIS provider for early childhood, child and family support

Contact Juliane at:

admin@drparizpsychology.com

0419341930  OR go to the booking link

Instagram: drpariz_psychology

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About Dr Juliane

Dr Pariz has over 13 years of experience in clinical psychology working with children, adolescents, family therapy and parenting interventions. She is also an academic, teaching and supervising psychology and other allied health professionals. Her research work and interests are child development and psychopathology, parenting interventions, child and adolescent behavioural disorders and externalising behaviour such as ADHD, Conduct Problems, Oppositional Defiant Disorders, and Antisocial behaviour.
Dr Juliane is passionate about helping children and their family members connect to build strong, deep, authentic relationships with themselves and each other. For that, she works with several different approaches to support young people and their families. For example, she is trained in child and adolescent Schema Therapy, CBT, attachment-based, trauma-informed, and family-systems interventions. She is also a certified Parent-Child Interaction Therapist (PCIT - https://www.pcit.org/) and has expertise in culturally appropriate Psychology interventions for children and families of neurodivergent, LGBTQIA+, vulnerable and indigenous backgrounds across Brazil and Australia.

Holding Hands

Specialising in:

 

Child and Adolescent Psychology 

Behavioural difficulties
Neurodiversity
Trauma-informed therapy (PTSD, C-PTSD)
Emotion regulation difficulties
Depression and sadness
Anxiety, fear and worries
Assessment (cognitive, developmental, forensic)
Social interaction difficulties

Family/Parenting Psychology

Individualised and unique care programs for psychological support for families

Parent-child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) 
Circle of Security (COS)
Parenting support for a child's ADHD, ASD, and ID
Transgenerational trauma

Group Intervention for parents/carers (groups of 3-5 people)

Trauma and Child Development
Understanding and managing ADHD in children
Positive parenting skills for children
Positive parenting skills for adolescents

Quality Time
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