Dr Craig Colhoun

Dr Craig Colhoun

Psychologist

Online Therapy Available

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Location

Online Therapy

Biography

Dr. Craig Colhoun, Clinical Psychologist and Neuropsychologist ​ Craig is a registered Clinical Psychologist and Neuropsychologist who can provide a range of evidence-based treatment to adult and adolescent clients. Experience enables Craig to take an integrated approach meaning he can draw from a range of therapy modalities including, Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Schema Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR), and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) among others. Craig’s passion is to continually develop his assessment and therapy skills and adjust his therapy style to meet individual client needs. In order to achieve this, Craig endeavours to work alongside clients to discover their unique strengths and integrate therapy techniques to help them move toward their goals. Clients will find Craig’s therapeutic approach to be collaborative and warm while maintaining focus on helping clients accomplish their goals. ​ Craig was first registered in 2011, since then he has worked in a diverse range of client fields including, Department of Corrections, Pervasive Developmental Disorders (such as Autistic Spectrum Disorders) and District Health Boards (primary working with children, adolescents and family’s) and Private Practice. While working for the Southern District Health Board (SDHB), Craig was a member of the SDHB Autistic Spectrum Advisory Panel and SDHB Personality Disorders Interest Group. As a result, Craig is competent in working with child, adolescent and adult populations and has developed vast experience in the assessment and providing therapy for a wide variety of clinical presentations such as, developmental disorders, depression, anxiety, severe trauma and personality disorders. Craig is also a registered provider for many ACC claims, including Sensitive Claims. Craig is further able to provide professional and clinical supervision. Membership to Professional Colleges/ Boards Member of New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists (MNZCCP) Member of New Zealand Special Interest Group for Neuropsychology (NZSIGN)

Qualifications

Doctorate of Clinical Psychology Masters of Science with Distinction in Psychology Diploma for Graduates Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology & Anthropology

Languages

English

Client Type

families, groups, forensic population, children, adults, adolescents

Therapy Type

visualisation, trauma therapy, strength based therapy, person centred therapy, online therapy, Neuro-psychotherapy, narrative therapy, mindfulness, gestalt therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization And Reprocessing Therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy (dbt), cognitive behavioural therapy (cbt), attachment theory, applied behaviour analysis, acceptance and commitment therapy (act)

Specialisations

  • grief and loss

  • grief

  • goal setting

  • gender and sexual identity

  • family issues

  • end of life

  • emotional control

  • educational difficulties

  • domestic violence

  • depression

  • cross-cultural difficulties

  • crisis management

  • coping issues

  • conflict management

  • chronic disease

  • child behaviour and development

  • burnout

  • bullying

  • break up and divorce

  • body image and eating disorders

  • behavioural issues

  • autism

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • attachment issues

  • anxiety

  • anger management

  • alcohol or drug recovery

  • addiction

  • abuse

  • relationship issues

  • psycho-social problems

  • workplace issues

  • self harm

  • upbringing issues

  • sexual identity

  • sexual abuse

  • stress

  • social anxiety

  • sleep issues

  • trauma

  • self esteem and confidence

  • sex addiction

  • post traumatic stress disorder (ptsd)

  • pornography addiction

  • phobias

  • parenting

  • personality disorder

  • personal development

  • performance anxiety

  • parenting children with special needs

  • obsessive compulsive disorder (ocd)

  • mistrust

  • motivation and purpose

  • mental health disorder

  • loneliness and isolation

  • life changes

  • lgbtiq issues

  • insecurities

  • identity

  • harmful sexual behaviour

Fees

Psychological Assessment and/or Therapy Session

$200

50min

Neuropsychological/Cognitive Assessment

$250

50min

Funding Options

ACC Sensitive Claims

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