Registered Clinical Psychologist
MA (WITH DISTINCTION), DIP CLIN PSYCH, MNZCCP, MBPS (U.K.) NZ REGISTERED. (INCLUDING AN ACC REGISTERED PROVIDER).
Nishi is not taking any new clients at present
Nishi is New Zealand trained having graduated from University of Canterbury with distinction in Psychology and a post-graduate Diploma in Clinical Psychology in 1996. She has had extensive experience working in the adult mental health field both in N.Z. and overseas (London, NHS) and also has experience in supervising other psychologists/therapists, students and mental health professionals.
Nishi has been in private practice for over 17 years and offers psychological treatments and consultations for a wide range of issues including depression, stress, worry/anxiety, self-esteem/low self-confidence issues, adjustment to life changes, grief/loss, relationships, work-related problems and career choices. Other areas of expertise also include, mental injury assessments, chronic pain and medical conditions, head injuries and trauma work. Nishi is ACC registered.
In her work, Nishi draws on a number of therapeutic models, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to help people build on their individual strengths and get back to their normal selves, achieve improved relationships and personal and work functioning. Other evidence- based therapies that she uses include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and a number of trauma-based therapies and concepts from Mi-CBT (CBT integrated with mindfulness).
Thursdays 10am - 6pm
Intermittently apointments may be available with prior arrangements on a Wednesday 10am - 12pm
Highland Park Medical Centre
14 Highland Park Dr
(in the Highland Park shopping centre, between the library and Countdown)
Nishi is also available by prior arrangement at Sylvia Park shopping centre in the "South Auckland Psychology" office.
$170 per 50 minutes (cash, EFTPOS or internet banking).
You may qualify for up to six free sessions if you are registered with your GP under the Wellness Support programme - please speak to your GP.