Richard O’Loughlin has been a registered psychologist for over 20 years and has significant experience working with people with complex needs. He has worked in the public sector in a variety of clinical and management positions and has extensive experience working with people with a range of disabilities and behaviours of concern. Richard can provide NDIS funded Positive Behaviour Support Plans and associated consultative support.
Richard has significant experience in providing therapeutic support to people with an autism spectrum disorder.
Richard has experience with and greatly appreciates the opportunity to provide counselling and therapeutic support to carers, recognising their critical role in our community.
Richard has experience working with Aboriginal people, their families and communities.
With a nonjudgmental attitude, Richard takes an eclectic, evidence based, collaborative partnership approach, utilising Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness in providing psychological intervention and therapeutic support to young people and adults who present with a range of mental health concerns including anxiety and depression.
Richard is a clinical psychologist and member of the Australian Psychological Society.