An overview of our team and the services we provide can be found here.
Meet Our Team
Dr. Kellie Cassidy
Prinicpal Clinical PsychologistKellie completed a Bachelor of Science with Honours at Curtin University in 2001 and a Doctorate of Psychology (Clinical) at Murdoch University in 2007.
Ms Jenna Trainor
PsychologistJenna is a psychologist who is passionate about the role psychology can play in helping people bring about positive change and improve their social and emotional wellbeing.
Ms Karri Stewart
Clinical PsychologistKarri completed a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in 2007 and a Master of Psychology (Clinical) in 2009 at the University of Western Australia. .
Mr Darren West
PsychologistDarren West is a registered psychologist at Cassidy Psychology.
Ms Krystle Haley
Clinical Psychologist (Registrar)Krystle is a passionate psychologist who enjoys working with all aspects of mental health and wellbeing.
Ms Athalie Phau
Clinical Psychologist (Registrar)Athalie is a Clinical Psychologist (Registrar) with experience providing therapy and assessments with children, adolescents, adults, and families.
Client Relationship Team
Medical ReceptionistBarb is likely to be your first point of contact when you call or visit Cassidy Psychology. Barb is a friendly, welcoming person who will do what it takes to make your experience at Cassidy Psychology a positive one.
Barb looks forward to assisting you with any requests or queries you may have whether via email, phone or in person at the practice.
Medical ReceptionistEllie is likely to be your first point of contact when you call or visit Cassidy Psychology. Ellie is a friendly, welcoming person who will do what it takes to make your experience at Cassidy Psychology a positive one.
Ellie looks forward to assisting you with any requests or queries you may have whether via email, phone or in person at the practice.
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Recent Blog Posts
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