Vee Kee Chong
B Sc Psych (Hons),
M Psych (Clin)
AREAS OF PRACTICE INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
VEE KEE CHONG holds an Honours degree in Psychology from Birmingham University in England, and has completed a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology at Macquarie University. She is a Member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA).
Vee Kee has worked in hospital, community and private settings providing clinical assessment and treatment for children, adolescents and adults. She has also gained experience in non-profit mental health agencies in Australia and in domestic violence agencies in Malaysia.
Vee Kee enjoys working with adults, adolescents and couples for a broad range of issues, including complex trauma, mood and anxiety issues, long standing personality/self-esteem issues, adjustment difficulties, bereavement and loss and interpersonal problems. She has also had specialisation in supporting adolescents and their families with emotional, relational and behavioural difficulties. Vee Kee has interest and experience in working with sexuality and the gender diverse (she is a member of ANZPATH - Australian and New Zealand Professional Association for Transgender Health).
Vee Kee individually tailors her approaches to her clients, working within an empathic, safe and collaborative frame to ensure the best possible outcomes.
She works by integrating a range of therapy models (both short and long term), within a trauma informed framework. Her approaches include Cognitive
Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Schema Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR), Internal Family Systems, Acceptance and Commitment
Therapy (ACT), mindfulness based approaches, as well as attachment focused and supportive psychotherapy approaches.
Anxiety Coping with a Serious Illness Depression Gender Identity / Sexuality Grief Loss & Bereavement Interpersonal Difficulties Marital Family & Relationship Issues Obsessions & Compulsive Behaviour Disorders Parenting Issues Personality Disorders Post-traumatic Stress Recovery from Childhood Trauma / Abuse