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About Grace Molloy


I have always been a naturally curious and empathetic person who loves to engage and connect with others. This carried into my studies and professional work where I became passionate about the human brain, behavioural patterns and mental health. As a psychologist I aim to utilise my own traits of openness, warmth and being an attentive listener to provide a safe and comfortable space for individuals to feel supported and understood. Previous to this role I worked therapeutically with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder for 3 years. I enjoy working with individuals across the lifespan and have experience working with differing psychological presentations across a range of community settings.

How I help

My work currently entails supporting clients with therapeutic, assessment and diagnostic services. As everyone is different, I use a person-centred and strengths-based approach, which involves open collaboration between myself and the client. I offer evidence-based therapies tailored to each individual’s unique needs, as a result providing strategies to overcome challenges, develop coping strategies and achieve their goals. Some of the evidence-based strategies I draw from are Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and mindfulness. I am passionate about providing comprehensive care that respects each client’s individuality and promotes their overall wellbeing.


Why I’m here 

I am inspired by the opportunity to work in a dynamic environment where diversity is embraced, and every client’s journey is unique. Collaborating with a warm, welcoming and passionate team dedicated to providing a high standard of mental health services enables me to make a meaningful difference in clients lives. 


Things I love to do 


I love everything outdoors, nature and staying active! I enjoy camping, hiking, yoga, and walking my dogs. I love travelling and I am always looking for unique suggestions and adventures. 



  • Registered Provisional Psychologist and member of the APS

  • Master of Professional Psychology at the Cairnmillar Institute 

  • Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) at the Cairnmillar Institute 

  • Bachelor’s of Arts (Philosophy) and Science (Psychology) at Monash University

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