Kelsi Day-Molloy, Clinical Psychology Registrar
Kelsi undertook her education in her home state of Victoria, Australia. She has completed a Bachelor of Psychological Science, a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (Psychology), and a Master of Psychology (Clinical). She is registered as a general psychologist and is currently in the process of commencing a clinical registrar program. She is also a member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS). Kelsi has a background in working with male forensic clients and those presenting with challenges with alcohol and other drugs.
Kelsi is strongly client-centred. She prides herself on her warm, empathic, and non-judgemental approach to practice. Kelsi enjoys working with clients from all walks of life, including people of diverse cultures, ages, gender identities, and sexual orientations. She has a particular interest in working with emerging adults.
Kelsi values helping her clients to explore their challenges in a meaningful way in order to understand their problems on a deeper level and enact change within their lives. Her clinical interests include depression, anxiety, addiction, personality disorders and disorders associated with trauma. She also has an interest in helping people in a wide range of areas including identity exploration, emotion regulation, stress management, anger management, relationship skills and communication skills. Kelsi draws on psychological approaches from the fields of psychodynamic psychotherapy, Schema Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), and mindfulness-based approaches. She enjoys working in both group and individual settings.