Dr. Squirrell is a clinical psychologist who offers assessment and therapy services to adolescents and adults.
He has a warm professional approach to therapy, which is both respectful and challenging. He is trained in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Clinical Hypnotherapy, and Interpersonal Therapy. Dr Squirrell undertakes medico-legal reports and works casually as an academic at Deakin University. He also provides clinical supervision to trainee and registered psychologists. Prior to moving into private practice, Dr. Squirrell worked in the public and private sector in adult psychiatry, drug and alcohol, occupational rehabilitation and in forensic environments such as prisons. He has a research interest in online sexual activity. He has presented his findings both nationally and internationally. In private practice, he specialises in treatment for men who engage in compulsive sexual behaviours, and services for the GLBT community.
Doctor of Psychology (Clinical Psychology)
Post Graduate Diploma in Psychology
Post Graduate Diploma in Rehabilitation Studies
Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
Diploma of Clinical Hypnotherapy