Dr. Renata Volich is a registered clinical psychologist, psychoanalyst and psychotherapist with a range of approaches with over 30 years of clinical experience, having practiced internationally across France, Australia and Latin America.
She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (Clinical College) as well as a fellow of the British Psychological Society.
She specialised in strategies to cope with and manage anxiety and depression, as well as working with relationship issues, including family conflict. She has experience in working with intergenerational trauma and over her years of clinical work has created a culturally and socially diverse practice.
Renata is fluent in over 5 languages, and also offers sessions in French, Spanish and Portuguese and can also attend to the language needs of Italian-speakers.
Renata completed her PhD in Psychoanalysis at the University of Paris VII, Denis Diderot, France.
Clinical sessions can help you to know yourself and find means to adapt to changes, minimize certain risks and overcome life challenges. It is a process that helps you to develop strategies. Some of the challenges include life crisis situations such as family conflict and transitional events e.g. immigration , pain of rejection and social exclusion, separation from a short or long standing relationship, loss of employment. Adaptation, well-being, social insertion are some of the gains of the psychological process. Sessions address ways to understand what is at stake in conflicts both in ourselves and with the other.