Meet our Psychologists and learn more about our practice and what guides us.
Every Psychologist at Humanique has 3 things in common; a passion for helping others, empathy for those in suffering, and excellence in clinical training.
We are driven by our mission of connecting the people of Perth, WA with the highest quality of accessible and affordable mental health services.
Humanique was founded in 2018 and our philosophy is simple; to promote psychological well-being through a positive and supportive therapeutic relationship, and to “normalise” psychotherapy. Our emotional concerns are as legitimate and valid as their physical counterparts. Anyone should be free to get the mental help they need anytime, without unnecessary inconvenience, excessive costs or unfounded stigma.
Humanique is actively involved in the community and regularly supports a range of both local and overseas charities with a focus on mental health and helping disadvantaged children. We’re also proud adopters of Hector and Koyah, our Turtle and Orangutan 🙂 . Most recently, we’ve picked up granting wishes with the Starlight Foundation and helping children be seen and protected through our regular donations to Barnardos.
A Passion for helping others
Empathy for those in suffering
Excellence in Clinical Training
Meet Our Psychologists
Please note that due to demand and caseload, not all of our psychologists are able to take on new clients at all times.
Dale Shrestha MAPS
Dale is a Perth based Psychologist with a strong interest in helping people develop the ability to flourish in all aspects of their life. She believes that the most important step in starting the process of therapy is creating a safe and comfortable space, free of judgement or blame where you can work together as partners towards overcoming the difficulties in life you may be facing.
She adopts an integrative outlook towards therapy and uses a two-step approach; reducing symptoms with scientifically based therapeutic techniques for short-term relief from presenting difficulties, and deeper healing techniques which aim to identify and manage troublesome behaviours and patterns to improve long-term positive outcomes. In short, she aims to help you lead your best life possible.
In addition to her formal training in psychology, she has additional specialised training in mindfulness and relaxation techniques as well as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). She is highly experienced in working with people from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures including newly arrived migrants and international students. Dale has a strong passion for, and takes great pleasure in helping people find their balance in life.
Adult clients only ( 18+ )
Psychologist / Director
I am a registered psychologist in Perth with a special interest in helping people deal with workplace / work-related issues in order to improve their overall well-being and reach their full potential. In addition to my formal training in psychology, I have additional specialised training in a range of treatment modalities including Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and mindfulness skills training. I place a strong emphasis on helping people build their skills and knowledge so they can better manage their own well-being and goal achievement. I am a strong proponent of and only use evidence-based approaches in all my work. A diverse career path across both Singapore and Australia have allowed me to gain a deep understanding into mental health and well-being across various cultures and industries. As a former combat engineer in the Singapore Armed Forces, I am also familiar with the various difficulties that veterans might come up against in their lives.
Adult Clients Only (18+)
Yu Ying Low
Ying has a strong passion for providing therapy that is client-centred, compassionate, empathic, reflective. Through facilitating her clients’ self-exploration, healing, recovery and progress, her aim is to help clients reach their best potentials, and live fulfilling and meaningful lives. Additionally, Ying is mindful about delivering therapy that is culturally sensitive.
In her work with children and adolescents, Ying often utilises a systems approach to ensure the young person is fully supported. This could encompass working with a multi-disciplinary perspective, which may include consulting with or referring clients to health practitioners, educators, disability support officers, and/or student support officers. Depending on the age and presenting issues of the young person, Ying also believes that parents and family often play an important role in supporting and facilitating the recovery of the young individual. Her treatment approach when working with youths thus often incorporates therapeutic work focused on attachment, family dynamics, parental reflective functioning and parent’s well-being, amidst the use of CBT techniques, and/or conducting functional analyses of behaviours.
Child – Adult Clients
Tara has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families with a broad range of presenting issues including anxiety, depression, eating disorders, trauma, ASD, ADHD, complex grief, adjustment disorders, domestic violence, sexual abuse, and personality disorders. She has a strong interest in working with youth clients and is passionate about collaboratively partnering with young people to support them to build fulfilling, self-determined, lives. Tara prides herself on her genuine, curious, and non-judgmental approach to working with all clients and considers her practice to be person-centred and to focus strongly on principles of coproduction, self-determinism, and relational recovery.
In her clinical practice, Tara draws from a range of evidence-based assessment and therapeutic techniques based on the individual needs of her clients. These include cognitive-behavioural therapy, enhanced cognitive behaviour therapy, interpersonal therapy, play therapy, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, narrative therapy, schema therapy, and compassion focused therapy—among others. Please contact Tara to discuss the services she provides and how these can be tailored to best meet your individual needs.
Child – Adult Clients Currently Telehealth Only
Tiffany aims to co-create a collaborative approach, tailored to each individual rather than a one-size-fits all. Through sessions we’ll develop self-awareness, and insights into patterns of behaviours, sense of self, and templates for how we relate and interact with others, to foster change and personal growth. Increasing ways that you can harness your strengths, to work towards bringing about therapeutic change and healing based on goals that are important to you and your lifestyle.
Experienced in working with evidenced-based interventions including CBT, ACT, Schema, compassion-based approaches and holistic lifestyle interventions to assist clients in reducing symptomatic distress, and creating a meaningful life. Tiffany is interested in exploring value-guided action with her clients, working with anger, relationship conflict, and trauma-informed lenses. Tiffany has a history of working with family domestic violence, substance-use and identity formation. Using a person-centred approach, Tiffany is passionate about creating a safe space to explore the difficult stories and unravel complexities using a person-centred, genuine, empathic and non-judgemental attitude with a sprinkle of humour where necessary.
Adolescent – Adult Clients (13+)
Cheong spend 9 years in India exploring religion, searching for the meaning of life, providing counselling, and helping refugees. He is warm, caring, and attentive to the cultural and ethnic diversity of clients, and can converse in additional languages such as Mandarin, Cantonese, and even some Tibetan. He provides a safe space for clients to explore and work through their deepest thoughts and feelings without fear of judgement. His therapy sessions are LGBTIQA+ friendly, and he is at ease with exploring thoughts and feelings that are considered socially taboo.
In addition to providing therapy to people with common mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety, domestic violence, grief and loss, relationship issues, and trauma, Cheong also works in the disability sector, and has experience providing counselling and support to people with Autism and Intellectual Disability.
Cheong takes an eclectic approach to therapy, drawing from a range of evidence-based techniques to provide clients with therapy that works best for them. Some examples of therapy modalities that Cheong draws from are cognitive-behavioural therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, logo therapy, humanistic therapy, and family/systems therapy.
Adolescent – Adult Clients (13+)
Sean has formerly worked at the University of Western Australia delivering psychological services to students and staff presenting with a range of issues. Previously an electrical engineer, Sean has worked and trained in a range of settings both here and overseas before recognising his calling in the field of Psychology.
Sean brings a breadth of experience to his therapeutic approaches and believes in establishing a strong working relationship with clients in order to achieve successful treatment outcomes.
Sean works with both adults and adolescents and is skilled in the use of evidence-based therapies such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Schema-Focused Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Behaviour Therapy. His interest and experience ranges across issues such as anxiety, phobias, depression, stress and work-related issues, grief, abuse and relationship challenges.