Tony Trevitt is a School Psychologist who currently works at Mount Lilydale Mercy College, a position he has held for five years. Tony works with a team of 3 psychologists and a student wellbeing co-ordinator. The team services a school population of 1450 students and works primarily from an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) framework.
Before returning to university as a mature age student Tony has a long and successful career as a primary school teacher and then School Principal, a position he held for 20 years. Tony completed his Post-Graduate Diploma of Psychology in 2009 and Masters of Counselling Psychology in 2013 at Swinburne University in Melbourne.
In addition to working as a School Psychologist, Tony works in private practice and has a special interest in mens mental health, stress management, mindfulness and autism spectrum disorders.
Justine Tonner-Joyce is a registered psychologist with over 15 years experience working with young people and adults in clinical, educational and private practice settings. Justine currently works at Melbourne Girls Grammar School in Melbourne, Victoria, where she has worked for the past 10 years. Justine began her career the Albert Road Centre for Health as a probationary psychologist working with high-risk adolescents in the later 1990’s.
Justine completed her Graduate Diploma of Educational Psychology and Masters of Counselling Psychology at Monash University and is a Member Australian Psychological Society and an affiliate member of the APS College of Sports Psychology.
Whilst training to become a psychologist Justine was also training and competing as an elite rower becoming a world champion and world record holder in the women’s lightweight pair. She was recently inducted into the Rowing Victoria Hall of fame.
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