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Julie-Anne Younis

 


Julie-Anne Younis is a psychologist with over 15 years’ experience, and the Senior Child and Adolescent Counsellor at STARTTS. Prior to joining STARTTS, Julie-Anne worked in many clinical settings, including Community Health, Mental Health and Youth Health services within NSW Health. Julie-Anne is passionate about the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people, and as such has worked exclusively with this population since 2008. Her areas of expertise include working with clients that have experienced complex trauma, hence she has worked with clients that are marginalised within our communities. She holds a keen interest in the interplay between culture and personality which has drawn her to work with clients from a variety of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. In addition to providing psychotherapeutic services to clients, she provides clinical consultation to several colleagues at STARTTS. She strives to provide meaningful clinical consultation as she believes that this is a forum whereby the clinician can engage in exploration of the self as therapist, as well as providing the space for the clinician to increase their therapeutic efficacy and confidence. She regularly provides training with regards to working with children and young people to professional colleagues both internal and external to STARTTS.

Julie-Anne Younis
Julie-Anne Younis

 

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Tools, Tips and Traits for a Young Refugee Journey2018

 

 

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