Zoe Mott

Provisional Psychologist

Zoe, is a provisionally registered psychologist who has completed her Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and is now in her fifth year completing her Master of Psychology. Zoe is completing a placement with us and for a limited time (to mid September) and will be offering reduced fee services ($30) throughout this time. 

Zoe is highly motivated to put her skills into practice and has graduated with the most recent and up-to-date psychological knowledge on research and practice. She has an unwavering dedication to foster a safe space where clients can explore, comprehend and navigate their challenges. She provides a warm and person-centred approach, emphasising the uniqueness of each individual’s lived experience and displaying positive regard with no judgement.

Zoe is committed to collaborative work, making goals together and developing evidence-based therapies aligned with these goals. She holds a strengths-based perspective and is driven to help clients make goals in line with their values to live a meaningful life. Life’s journey is full of unpleasant emotions alongside happiness. Zoe would like to help others face these difficult feelings by listening to their experience, reflecting upon their beliefs and revisiting their values. She understands the importance of building rapport and having a strong therapeutic relationship with each of her clients. Zoe is committed to working towards improving her clients’ strategies, confidence, resilience, autonomy and overall quality of life.

Zoe has experience in a drug and alcohol setting and has facilitated psychoeducation groups that focused on CBT and ACT principles such as reframing unhelpful beliefs, goal setting, problem solving and relapse prevention.

Therapy Interventions: Zoe is passionate about using evidence-based interventions in a holistic way. Interventions include; Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Psychodynamic therapy.

Areas of Interest: Anxiety disorders (General Anxiety Disorder, Social Anxiety, phobias, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), Depression, Relationship difficulties, Substance use, all areas of psychology.

Age range: 16 years +