Tillver

Our Practitioners

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Suzanne Calver

Psychologist
M.Sc. Health Psychology, B.Sc. (Honours) Psychology,
GRAD. Dip. Analytic Counselling
Registered: Perth, Western Australia

Suzanne is a Psychologist registered with the Psychology Board of Australia, and is a member of the Society of Australian Sexologists WA. She has worked as a counsellor, psychotherapist, supervisor and educator for over 20 years, with experience providing therapy and training to individuals, couples, and groups. She has previously worked in the non-government and not for profit sector in various roles including senior counsellor, counselling consultant and counselling manager. 

Matt Tilley

Clinical Psychologist
BA (Psych & Sociology), PGrad Dip (Psych),
M Psych (Clinical)
Registered: Perth, Western Australia

Matt is a registered Clinical Psychologist who has worked as a psychotherapist and educator for over 20 years; with experience providing therapy and training to individuals, couples, and groups; and supervision to other practitioners. He has worked for non-government and government organizations, including the WA AIDS Council, the Department for Community Development, the Department for Child Protection, and also currently lectures in Sexology at Curtin University.

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Chris Harris

Psychologist
BA (Hon Psychology), MAppPsych
Registered: Perth, Western Australia

In a world full of uncertainties, people are facing extraordinary pressure and many feel they are not in control of their lives. But I believe there is cause for optimism and hope; We are each hard wired with a strength based default mechanism. Our emotions (worry, sadness, hurt etc) are a psychological early warning system signalling somethings not quite right in our life. By recognising these signs early and making adjustments to regulate emotions, shifting to a more balanced perception, making behavioural or social changes then a return to optimal being occurs.

Lisa Richardson

Clinical Psychologist
BA (Hon Psychology), M Psych (Clinical)

MAppPsych
Registered: Perth, Western Australia

Dr Lisa Richardson is a Registered Clinical Psychologist with 20 years experience in the public health and forensic environments and private sectors.  She has been working part-time in private practice for the last 10 years at various locations around Perth and recently commenced at West Leederville. In addition to her Private Practice work, she works as Senior Clinical Psychologist for the South Metropolitan Older Adult Mental Health Service and with the Community Forensic Mental Health Service at Graylands Hospital.  Lisa works as an adjunct lecturer in the Murdoch Postgraduate Psychology programme and is a Board Approved Supervisor and a Member of the Australian Psychological Society.