Jo Morgan

Jo Morgan worked as a nurse before venturing into the field of Psychology.  She completed her undergraduate studies at Charles Sturt University and undertook her postgraduate studies at the Australian National University.  She is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society and the APS College of Clinical Psychologists.

Jo has a particular interest in assisting adults who are experiencing mood difficulties.  She uses a broad perspective when working with people, taking into consideration physical health and lifestyle issues when treating emotional problems. Jo works collaboratively with people to assist them to achieve a more satisfying and meaningful life. Jo is interested in a range of evidence based approaches such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive behavioural Therapy and Interpersonal Therapy.

Jo and John have been in private practice together since 2003 and have two young children. Jo has travelled extensively within Australia and overseas.

 

John Corcoran

John Corcoran is a Psychologist and Executive Coach who has been in private practice since 2003. In his clinical work John supports individuals dealing with depression, anxiety, work stress, family problems and a range of other issues. As a Coach he assists professionals to enhance performance in all areas of their life. He has worked extensively in Forensic Psychology for the Children’s Court and the Family Law Court. He has provided training and workshops to a variety of audiences including Human Resource Managers, Mental Health conferences, fellow psychologists, mental health workers and the general public. He previously worked for nine years in Community Mental Health for NSW Health as a clinician and manager.  John is a member of the Australian Psychological Society, the College of Clinical Psychologists, and is fully registered as a Psychologist in NSW and ACT.