Danielle Hannington
BSc, BA(Hons), MPsych(Clin), MAPS

Danielle Hannington is the principle clinical psychologist at the practice. She has been practicing for over 20 years since graduating from the University of WA. She has worked within the University, as well as at major hospitals and in various private practice settings. She has worked with a diverse range of people, with many different presenting issues, including depression & anxiety. She has extensive experience and interest in relationship and sexual therapy.

Natalie Lahav
BA, BA Honours (Psychology), Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology

Natalie completed her professional training in South Africa and has worked as a Consultant or Specialist Senior Clinical Psychologist in public hospital systems in both New Zealand and Australia.  She has several years experience working in private practice, and works well with psychological difficulties that require brief or focused intervention. Natalie  has specific expertise in psychodynamic work and also provides in-depth relationship therapy for those seeking this option.

Renn Cheah
Renn Cheah is a Clinical Psychologist who has worked in both government and private practice settings. He works with adults and adolescents and their families. He has an interest in treating depression, anxiety disorders, adjustment disorders, behavioural difficulties, sexual paraphilias and inappropriate sexual behaviours. He works collaboratively with his clients using a range of evidence-based approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and occasionally drawing on frameworks from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), schema therapy, mindfulness, and hypnotherapy if required. Renn is open to conducting therapy sessions in Malay, Cantonese or Mandarin if required. Renn is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and British Psychological Society.

Antoinette Casella
BSc (Hons), MAppPsych (Clinical), CPsychol, MAPS

Antoinette is a Clinical Psychologist registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). She is a member of the Australian and British Psychological Societies, as well as a member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association. She has had over 20 years of clinical experience in the area of adult and elderly mental health, as well as working with people with cognitive impairment. She has worked in government and private organisations and in London within the National Health Service where she qualified as a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society. She has had considerable experience in the management of:

• Depression
• Carers and mental illness
• Anxiety
• Grief and Loss
• Panic Disorder
• Dementia
• Obsessive-compulsive Disorder
Contracting Clinical Psychologists

Hannington Clinical Psychology is a busy practice and we strive to provide the best level in clinical care. We aim to keep our waiting lists to a minimum, and as such we are a growing and dynamic practice, with permanent additional experienced Clinical Psychologists joining our team.
Paul Russell
BAHons(Psych), MEd(EdPsych), MA, MTh, MAPS
Developmental Psychologist

Paul Russell is a Developmental Psychologist who has worked as a psychologist in schools, as a consultant and in private practice.  He has also worked in the tertiary sector and in Defence, and in 2012 was awarded the Australian Service Medal.  He has an interest in positive psychotherapy and strengths-based approaches and draws on a number of evidence- based practices including Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing.  He has also trained in EMDR and hypnosis, and in 2016 traveled to Oxford University to study Mindfulness-based CBT.  He has worked with adults as well as adolescents and young people.  In addition to mental health and learning issues, he has an interest in attachment, trauma, and well-being.  He is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at California Southern University and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society.

Rev. Paul Russell MAPS