Dr Camilla Nguyen

Dr Camilla Nguyen

Psychologist | Clinical Supervisor

In Person Therapy Available

Location

Biography

Camilla is a highly skilled, kind and compassionate Clinical Psychologist who completed her doctorate training in the United Kingdom. She has worked as a Senior Clinical Psychologist within the National Health Service across physical health and intellectual disability community settings in Northern Ireland. Camilla has also worked in community mental (adult and child & adolescent services), paediatrics, and schools in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. She has extensive experience of working with clients of all ages from young children to older adults. Her main areas of expertise include anxiety disorders, depression, trauma, low self-esteem, relationship issues, and adjusting to life with a chronic health condition, including physical or cognitive impairment. She also offers tailored behavioural support to children and adults, their family/whānau. Her practice is informed by evidence-based interventions, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapies (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, as well as draws on attachment, cognitive analytic therapy, solution-focused and systemic approaches. She works flexibly and collaboratively, integrating multiple therapeutic models to help clients overcome their difficulties and develop in line with their personal values and goals of therapy. Camilla provides specialist cognitive assessments as well as autism assessment. Camilla is experienced in offering individual therapy and runs social skills group (LEGO therapy) for children and adults diagnosed with autism.

Qualifications

BSC(Hons),MSC,DClinPsy

Languages

English

Client Type

groups, children, adults, adolescents

Therapy Type

dialectical behavioural therapy (dbt), attachment theory, solution focused therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy (cbt), cognitive analytic therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy (act)

Specialisations

  • parenting children with special needs

  • parenting

  • obsessive compulsive disorder (ocd)

  • identity

  • emotional control

  • career change

  • burnout

  • bullying

  • family issues

  • grief and loss

  • disability

  • trauma

  • self esteem and confidence

  • relationship issues

  • depression

  • chronic disease

  • child behaviour and development

  • behavioural issues

  • autism

  • anxiety

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Services

Initial Assessment

80min

$290 NZD

Individual Therapy

60min

$200 NZD

Couples/Family Therapy

60min

$220 NZD

Or free if your organisation uses Clearhead to provide wellbeing support

Funding Options

I Am Hope

SUPPORTED BY

nib foundation
msd
moh
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