Alle Wood – Psychologist

Alle is a warm and attuned psychologist who values working collaboratively with her clients to establish a nurturing and safe space to explore their experiences and work together toward positive outcomes. Alle has experience working with children, adolescents and young adults across multiple settings (e.g. schools/education settings, counselling services, youth crisis support, private practice).

Throughout these roles, Alle has worked with individuals who are experiencing a range of psychological and psychosocial concerns, including: complex trauma/PTSD, attachment difficulties, personality disorders, anxiety disorders and mood disorders; as well as interpersonal difficulties, chronic stress, situational crises and life transitions.

Alle utilises a range of evidence-based therapeutic modalities in her practice, including:

  • Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT),
  • Trauma-Focussed CBT,
  • Schema Therapy,
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT),
  • Mindfulness,
  • and where appropriate, body-based and sensorimotor interventions.

Alle’s qualifications include: Bachelor of Arts (Criminal Justice) (Monash University), Bachelor of Psychological Science (Deakin University), Bachelor of Psychological Science (Hons) (Federation University), and Master of Professional Psychology (The Cairnmillar Institute).