Our Psychotherapists

Belinda Keatinge

Belinda Keatinge is a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist (NSWIPP) with a clinical background in Occupational Therapy. She has over 40 years experience in working with infants, children, adolescents and their parents, as well as individual adults.

 

Her longstanding interest in child development, attachment, trauma and the psychodynamics of relationships informs her work. She values working with the shared multidisciplinary approach at Calliope. She aims to provide patients with a safe and supportive working relationship  to help them discover and understand the history of their difficulties and to learn new, healthier ways of relating to themselves and others. 

Sharon Murphy

Sharon Murphy is a Child, Adolescent, Couples and Family Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist. Sharon has over 10 years experience providing treatment for children, adolescents and adults. She has worked with children in out-of-home-care, and with victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

 

Sharon has also worked in primary and high schools as a School Counsellor, and at Relationships Australia as a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner. Sharon is experienced in providing both Couples Therapy and also Parent Sessions, a tailored process to address the specific needs of the family, which may involve psychoeducation as well as working therapeutically with parents. 

George Turnure

George Turnure is an adolescent and adult Clinical Psychologist with experience in both public and private settings, including hospital and community mental health teams. His areas of interest include adolescent and adult psychosis, depression and anxiety. He also enjoys working with people dealing with physical health issues, trichotillomania and hoarding. 

He believes that emotions, relationships and mindfulness should be at the centre of therapy and is experienced with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Schema Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and Mindfulness.

George has a non judgemental, patients and practical approach. He is very happy to discuss what treatment would look like.

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