Strategic Psychology – Kamia

Kamia Harris is a psychologist with extensive experience in both private and public sectors. Her areas of expertise span counselling, assessment, mental health intervention, critical incident support/psychological first aid and organisational training. Additionally, she has an avid interest in neuroscience research and positive psychology; currently based in Canberra, Australia.

Psychologist in Canberra

Psychologists are experts in human behavior and can assist people in changing their thoughts, feelings and actions. They have undergone training to work in various settings using various therapies.

Psychologists can be invaluable resources if you are struggling with mental health issues like depression, anxiety or stress. Additionally, they have the capacity to assist in dealing with grief and loss.

At Strategic Psychology, kamia harris and her team are highly-experienced psychologists who can assess and treat a wide range of psychological conditions. Their treatments are person-centred as well as evidence-based; you’re guaranteed the best care.

They can assist with a range of issues, such as anxiety, stress, PTSD and trauma, grief and loss, eating disorders, sleep issues and self-esteem problems.

They offer a range of treatment methods, such as CBT and EMDR, that they can use to help you feel better. Furthermore, they may help improve your relationships and boost confidence levels.

Psychologist in Sydney

Psychologists are professionals who assist people in dealing with various difficulties. These may include anxiety, depression, stress, grief and loss, relationship problems, work related difficulties or parenting challenges.

Clinical psychologists employ a range of techniques to assist their clients in improving their psychological wellbeing and lessening the toll that mental health conditions have on their lives. Furthermore, they collaborate closely with clients, families, and other healthcare professionals so that patients receive comprehensive care.

Kamia Harris is a Clinical Psychologist with 18 years of clinical and research experience. She possess an array of skills, as well as training in multiple therapeutic approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy and Solution Focused Brief Therapy.

She has a keen interest in neuroscience research and neuroplasticity, positive psychology and mindfulness-based techniques. She has extensive experience working across community health, disability, hospital and rehabilitation settings. Furthermore, her skillset includes counselling, assessment, mental health intervention, critical incident response and organisational training.

Psychologist in Melbourne

Kamia Harris, a registered psychologist and member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS), has an extensive background in organizational and military psychology as well as working across a variety of issues. She provides counselling, assessment and mental health intervention in various settings with particular expertise on work/career/adjustment issues; stress, depression/anxiety disorders; grief & loss issues; sleep patterns & personal development. Furthermore she specializes in critical incident support & psychological first aid too! Her approach to psychology is holistic & collaborative; having experience working both private and public sectors alike

Psychologist in Adelaide

Kamia Harris, a psychologist in Adelaide, has 18 years of professional experience in private practice and is accredited with the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS). Her professional expertise lies primarily in assessment, counselling, mental health intervention, critical incident support/psychological first aid and organisational training. Her interests span across work/career issues, adjustment disorders, depression anxiety trauma and stress. She is a trained practitioner in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, with an empathic approach to working with clients. As part of the Psychiatric Association of Australia, Royal Australian College of Psychiatry and Australian Centre for Post Traumatic Mental Health she maintains an empathic approach when working with clients.