Asher Morrison completed his Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) in 2005 at Newcastle University and his Master of Psychology (Clinical) in 2007 at the University of Western Sydney. His studies involved completing research projects in the areas of impulse-control and male body-image disorders. Asher is registered as a clinical psychologist with AHPRA, the Australian Psychological Society and Medicare. Asher is also a registered NDIS provider.
Asher has worked with children and adolescents in a number of settings, primarily in private practice and schools in the Hunter Region and Central Coast. He has extensive experience assessing and treating a broad range of psychological disorders in children ranged from toddlerhood to young adulthood.
Asher and his wife live locally in the Hunter where they are busy raising four children of their own.
Nathan completed a Bachelor of Psychology in 2011 at the University of Newcastle and a Master of Narrative Therapy and Community Work in 2017 at the University of Melbourne. His years of experience involve working with children and teenagers, alongside their families, in finding ways of overcoming these challenges in fun and creative ways. Nathan has a passion for supporting family relationships especially in the attachment bond caregivers have with their children as well as working with young people and families who have experiences with trauma.
Nathan is registered as a psychologist with the Australian Psychological Society, Medicare and as a provider through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Nathan was born and raised in Newcastle, loves the beach and enjoys an active lifestyle alongside his wife and young family.
Natalie completed her Bachelor of Psychology at the University of Newcastle in 2009 and is currently completing her Masters in Coaching Psychology at the University of Sydney. Natalie is registered as a Provisional Psychologist and has a vast array of experience in a variety of roles in the mental health sector, with more than 10 years experience working with people across the lifespan.
Much of Natalie’s experience has focused on supporting children and parents with building attachment and connection, enhancing parenting skills, and supporting children and adolescents with complex challenging behaviours. Natalie is proficient in behavioural analysis, developing mental health plans, positive behaviour support plans, and trauma informed care plans, and is a registered Specialist Behaviour Support Practitioner with NDIS.
When Natalie is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two adolescent children, exploring all that Newcastle has to offer, as well as catching up with friends and pursuing creative projects.