Mitchell Brown

Registered Psychologist

Mitchell BrownMitchell is a psychologist with more than thirty years of counselling experience working with younger and older adults as well as couples. He is a Registered Psychologist and a member of the Australian Psychological Society.

Mitchell’s early experience was with Lifeline in a variety of roles including as a counsellor trainer and in a management role.

In 1987 Mitchell was appointed as one of the first state funded counsellors working with people with gambling problems and their families. He is well known for developing the ‘Cycle of Problem Gambling’ which is used widely in assessment and treatment for problem gambling.

In 2001 Mitchell commenced in private practice. He works with people with a wide range of needs and issues including anxiety, depression, addictions, trauma, grief, PTSD, relationship issues and problem gambling. He also has a particular interest in work related issues including workplace stress, bullying, burnout and work related psychological injuries.

Mitchell uses a range of evidence based psychological approaches which includes Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Schema Therapy and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), an evidence-based therapy used for treating posttraumatic stress.

Member Australian Psychological Society