Bradley Stolz-Grobusch

Bradley Stolz-Grobusch

Counselling and Clinical Psychologist

Brad, as he prefers to be called, is a Counselling and Clinical Psychologist and recognized supervisor for psychology interns and registrars.  He currently works as a senior psychologist at a local private hospital and has had over ten years of experience providing Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) as a consulting psychologist.

Brad has also worked for many years in private practice, including working within a Christian counselling and spiritually contemplative context providing pastoral care.  He has coordinated a multidisciplinary Pain Management program and has delivered counselling services for a residential substance dependence program.  Brad also has had a twenty-year background in nursing, including nursing in acute inpatient and community mental health settings, drug and alcohol settings, hospital medical & surgical settings, and aged and palliative care.  Brad is warm, sensitive, and caring in his work with clients, and he loves to celebrate diversity and help clients become resilient and build lives worth living.

And just in case you were wondering, Brad wears an eyepatch because he lost an eye as a child.  He also enjoys the occasional pirate joke.