Peninsula Paediatric Psychology (3P) is based at two sites on Melbourne’s Mornington Peninsula:
The Cottage – Mount Eliza 187 Mount Eliza Way Mount Eliza Victoria, 3930
The Cottage – Rye 4 Ozone Street Rye Victoria, 3941
Ph: (03) 9119 4433
We have designed an amazing space in both of our cottages. They are decorated with natural colours, plants and beach and woodland pictures, in line with the landscape of the Mornington Peninsula. They are child friendly and have a dedicated play room with lots to explore.
We also continue to offer Telehealth consultations where needed and more appropriate.
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director at 3P, Educational and Developmental psychologist, supervisor
Pascale is dedicated and passionate about her work. She adopts a range of approaches to meet children, families and schools needs. She thrives on opportunities and possibilities to be creative and applying psychology at the forefront of her work. Collaboration, solution-focused approaches, play and evidence-based practices are central to her work.
There are a number of provisional psychologists working at Peninsula Paediatric Psychology (3P) and there are a few reasons for this. This text aims to explain these reasons as well as outline what this means. What are provisional psychologists? Provisional psychologists all have at least 4 years of psychology studies completed. Some have 5 and…
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At Peninsula Paediatric Psychology (3P), we are aiming to offer an assessment experience that is aligned with neurodivergent affirmative professional practice. What does this mean? It means that we take care in formulating our processes and reports in a way that embraces strengths and differences rather than dwelling in deficits and impairments discourse outlined in…