Kate Dunmore Psychology applies evidence-based, holistic therapy to overcome the burden of feeling 'stuck', leading to more fulfilling relationships and the resolution of psychological trauma.
Kate's integrative approach considers the well-being of mind and body to support individuals and families to bring about balance and restore their strength.
With many years experience providing psychological resilience and wellness, Kate values respect, partnership and integrity in the therapeutic relationship.
Kate is empathic and curious, being relentless in her approach to achieving positive breakthroughs to improve her client’s well-being.
Our aim is to empower clients to become the best version of themselves by partnering with them and applying evidence-based, holistic strategies to help identify and addressing any underlying barriers to positive well-being.
Kate's experience encompasses work with families, adolescents, adults and children.
Her ability to connect with people and allow space for their exploration is an important part of the way she works.
Many people begin therapy with a diagnosis or a preconception of what therapy may be. Some people find it difficult to connect with a therapist for a multitude of reasons.
Kate believes that respect and working together are key components of the therapeutic process.
"Everyone is unique and whilst diagnoses and exploration of symptoms may help increase the understanding of what may be happening, it's important to be treated and considered as a whole with a number of parts and experiences that make us who we are". Kate Dunmore, 2021.
Private consultations are conducted at
Suite 405/71-73 Archer St, Chatswood, 2174
Telehealth sessions are available via a secure telehealth platform.
Session cost between $165 - $185 per hour
Medicare rebates are available.
Mobile psychology is available at your home or in the community (travel charges may apply for NDIS clients).
NDIS prices as per price guide