Dr. Kim Cheshire
Dr Cheshire has been known for her experience in the clinical fields of trauma, anxiety and depression, as well as providing confidential support and reflection for professionals. She has vast experience with children, families and organisational consultancy.
Dr Cheshire bases her professional practice on the clients’ basic needs, reviewing their current practices whilst implementing strategies through a supportive and reflective environment. She aims at building a tool kit for individuals to build resilience while looking at personal concerns in more depth. Dr Cheshire aims to reduce concerns and address clinical symptoms on a practical level, by utilising cognitive behavioural therapy, EMDR and other psychotherapy techniques.
Dr Cheshire provides professional and confidential support and for Professionals. She understands the unique pressures of executive and health related positions, and the dynamics associated with them. With professional experience in organisational structure and workplace dynamics, Dr Cheshire provides an objective sounding board for reflection, personal and professional supervision.
Dr Cheshire assists children and families in both parenting strategies as well as in a clinical capacity. She has devoted additional support for families and children coping with anxiety and depression, frustration and anger, and poor self confidence. She provides understanding and support for those living with ADHD and ASD, and fosters positive parenting approaches. Dr Cheshire has worked together with schools and care givers to assist children have emotional balance and a happy life by supporting them and those around them.
Dr Cheshire has a great love for training. She places an importance on having fun whilst ensuring participants gain full meaning of content. Dr Cheshire has developed training packages for both government and non government organisations, and has been invited to address a variety of forums as a guest presenter.
Registration and Memberships
Full registration with Australian Health Practitioners Registration Association (AHPRA)
Member of Australian Psychological Society (APS)
Member of APS College of Clinical Psychologists