Deb Psychology is owned and managed by Deb Anthony (pronouns: Deb/she/they), an independent practitioner. Deb has been providing psychological support and interventions for over 20 years. Deb is a registered clinical psychologist. Deb is also a Fellow of the College of Clinical Psychologists, and a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA), and the Australian Professional Association for Trans Health (AusPATH). In addition to this, Deb is an active committee member of the APS Diverse Bodies, Diverse Genders, and Diverse Sexualities Interest Group and volunteers for a range of community and local government LGBTQIA+ inclusion groups.

Deb has extensive training and hands-on experience across a diverse range of people and their individual needs. Deb has undertaken highly specialised training in the assessment, diagnosis, formulation, and psychological treatment of mental health, behavioural, emotional, and sexual disorders across the lifespan. Deb is also highly skilled at treating all areas of general and clinical mental health and wellbeing. Deb can efficiently identify and resolve psychological experiences that range from mild, to severe and complex. Deb also uses her expertise to provide a platform practice in her areas of special interest.

Deb has specific areas of interest and additional training in gender and sexual identity, men’s health, sexual health and intimacy, parenting, and diverse relationships. Deb is immensely proud to provide sex-positive and LGBTQIA+-affirming services.

Deb’s down-to-earth, no-bull approach to psychology is evidence-based, practical, and personalised to you. Deb will work with you to develop a working relationship that is based on respect, trust, and honesty that will result in constructive and outcome-focused personal development.

Why should you choose Deb Psychology?

Deb embodies her extensive and broad experience in a down-to-earth, no-bullsh*t therapy style. Deb’s values social inclusion and culturally safe practice, which means that you can feel supported to bring your true, authentic self to every session.

Deb offers easy access to assessment and therapy, by providing both in-person and telehealth options. Deb is happy to work in person and online, whatever best suits you. Deb knows that finding a therapist can be a nerve-wracking for many people, so always tries to maintain short wait times for new clients. Current wait times for new clients is about two to four weeks.

Convenient, Friendly, and Inclusive Mental Healthcare.

Acknowledgement of Country

Deb Psychology acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work, rest, and play. We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders, past and present, who have called this land home for thousands of years.

Acknowledgement of Diversity

Deb also acknowledges that our community is made up of diverse cultures, beliefs, abilities, bodies, sexualities, ages, and genders. Deb is committed to access, equity, participation, and rights for everyone: principles that empower, foster harmony, and increase the wellbeing of an inclusive community.