Naomi Fagan (She/Her)
Master of Clinical Psychology, University of Wollongong
Naomi has over 10 years of experience working as a therapist, supporting clients in improving mood, overcoming anxiety, recovering from trauma, managing substance use, mastering strong emotions, and understanding difficulties in relationships. Naomi has worked in both private clinics and public hospitals in inpatient and outpatient services, providing group and individual therapy, and conducting clinical research.
Naomi is a friendly and down-to-earth therapist who loves having the opportunity to get to know all kinds of people, from all walks of life. She enjoys working alongside her clients, providing evidence-based therapy that supports and challenges them to be the people they want to be, living the lives they want to live. In her years as a therapist, she has learned that while we all have unique stories, strengths, and challenges, there are also many experiences that we share.
Outside of the therapy room, Naomi loves good food, good coffee, and spending time outside amongst nature (which is an unfortunate hobby for someone with a grass allergy). In years gone by, she was a keen globetrotter and in recent years has re-discovered the beauty of a local holiday.