Peter Morcos  

Peter believes that all people have the capacity to regain a sense of control over their lives. It is Peter’s belief in the potential of his clients that guides his therapeutic approach. His approach focuses on supporting and developing the strengths of his clients; ultimately leading to a sense of empowerment and mastery. Peter uses the cognitive behavioural model to help clients identify the patterns of thoughts and behaviour linked to emotional hardship. Using goal orientated strategies; Peter works with his clients to enhance behavioural and thought patterns conducive of success and confidence. Peter’s ultimate goal is for clients to recognise their own strengths and developing the confidence to pursue a life of meaning and happiness. Peter is a fan of Authors such as: Jordan Peterson, Tim Ferriss, and Sam Harris.

Peter is a general psychologist with a Bachelor of Psychology and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society. Peter has completed accredited training through the Beck Institute in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and CBT for Depression. Peter has also completed training in CBT for Psychosis.

Peter has worked across multiple mental health teams including: return to work programs, correctional setting and early intervention of psychosis.  He has experience working with psychiatrists, occupational therapists and exercise physiologists, in providing a holistic approach to therapeutic intervention. Peter has worked with a large range of age groups dealing with Depression, Anxiety, Psychosis and Schizophrenia. He has worked with clients in both long and short term engagements, focusing on rapport and goal orientated therapy.