All About Us

Welcome from Jeff and Eryn…

Our Vision at Clinical Psychology Victoria is very simple – we want the world we live in to be a significantly happier place for everyone.

Our way to do this is to provide the highest quality counselling, assessment, training and consultation. No doubt
you have heard much in recent times about mental illness – this may even be one of the reasons you have come to visit us here. At Clinical Psychology Victoria we like to consider ourselves specialists in Mental Health – the idea that there are many things you can do that will assist you to live a quality, happy, and fulfilling life. All our services and products are specifically tailored not just to relieve ‘symptoms’ but to help work towards you living your picture of the person you always wanted to be.

Thanks for visiting our website.

Please don’t hesitate to call us if you have any questions or would like further information on (03) 5443 1090.

Jeff and Eryn Broughton

Vision and Mission Statement

Vision – For the world we all live in to be a significantly happier place for everyone.

Mission – To provide the highest quality psychological counselling, assessment, training and consultation.

We use William Glasser’s conditions of quality:

  1. There must be a warm and supportive environment.
  2. Everyone is asked to do only useful work.
  3. Everyone is asked to do the best they can do.
  4. Everyone is asked to evaluate their own work and improve it.
  5. Quality work always feels good.
  6. Quality work is never destructive.

We welcome any feedback that you believe will assist us in achieving our Vision.

Staff

Administration

Reception is open Monday through Thursday from 10.00am to 4.30pm. 10:00am to 12:00 on Fridays. Saturday’s are by appointment only and reception is not open. General inquiries and appointment queries can be emailed to reception@cpvic.com.au or you can leave a message on 03 5443 1090.

Business Manager

Sue Tuohey

Sue has a wealth of office administration experience and joins the Clinical Psychology Victoria team in a part time capacity. She prides herself on individualising customer service for each client and creating a welcoming environment at the clinic.

Sue lives on acreage just outside of Bendigo and is enjoying collecting stray animals that cross her path. She relaxes by going fishing and spending time with her family.

Sue has completed her Certificate III in Aged Care, Certificate III in Pathology along with Certificate IV in Health and has undertaken ongoing professional development in business administration.

Reception is open Monday through Thursday from 10.00am to 4.30pm. 10:00am to 12:00 on Fridays. Saturday’s are by appointment only and reception is not open.

Office Administration and Reception

Lily Broughton

Lily works in office administration and joins the team at Clinical Psychology Victoria in a part time capacity.

Lily completed her VCE in 2020 and has begun her certification in Community Services. She is looking forward to gaining a degree in Social Work and is thoroughly enjoying soaking up the wealth of information at Clinical Psychology Victoria.

Lily lives in Bendigo and enjoys spending time with her friends or watching the latest series on Netflix.

Clinical Staff
Clinical Psychologist

Jeff Broughton

Jeff has many years experience assisting clients in correctional, educational, health and private settings. He takes much pleasure working within a positive psychology framework while helping clients work towards a happier life.

Jeff is a registered psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia and Member of the Australian Psychological Society. As a Clinical Psychologist, he is also a Fellow of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists. Jeff is also recognised by the Psychology Board of Australia as a supervisor for other psychologists.

Jeff has been awarded a Masters Degree in Education Psychology from the University of Melbourne. He has also completed a Bachelor of Arts (Social Science) and Graduate Diploma of Eduction (Secondary) at Latrobe University, and Graduate Diploma of Educational Psychology at Monash University.

Jeff has specialised training in the applications of Choice Theory and is a Faculty Member of the William Glasser Institute of Australia. As with all psychologists, he has specific training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapies. He has further training in Schema Therapy and is currently undergoing specialised training in EMDR Therapy. Jeff is a member of the EMDR Association of Australia.

Email Address: jeff@cpvic.com.au

Eryn Broughton

Eryn is a clinical psychologist and co-owner of Clinical Psychology Victoria. She completed her Master of Psychology (Clinical) and Graduate Diploma in Psychology at Deakin University and is also a qualified primary school teacher.

Eryn has experience working with children, adolescents and adults in community and private settings. She has worked within the brief intervention team for child and youth mental health and with adults of all ages and presentations in a public mental health setting.

While Eryn is interested in working with a broad range of clients, she has a special interest in working with those who have experienced trauma or are living with anxiety. She also enjoys working with those who identify as GLBTIQ and supporting them in the issues they face.

Eryn relies on evidenced based treatments which she tailors to the needs of her clients. Her training has been primarily in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Solution Focussed Therapy which she incorporates into a strengths based approach to treatment. She also has a particular interest in Interpersonal Therapy, Schema Therapy, Mindfulness and Motivational Interviewing.

Eryn’s hope is that you will find the connection, tools, tips and motivation you need to help you achieve your goals and live the life you seek.

Email Address: eryn@cpvic.com.au

Candice Bowers

Candice is a Clinical Psychologist working full time with Clinical Psychology Victoria. She completed her Master of Psychology (Clinical) at Federation University and her Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) at Australia Catholic University.

After beginning to study Psychology in year 10 Candice quickly realised that not only did she want to help people, but she was fascinated by the inner workings of people’s minds.

Candice has experience working with children, adolescents and adults in a community setting. She worked as a drug & alcohol clinician in a correctional setting and with young adults experiencing psychosis in a public mental health setting.

Candice’s training has been primarily in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Schema Therapy. She also has a passion for using therapies emphasising mindfulness and self-compassion. Candice has also received training in using yoga to assist with treating trauma. She is interested in working with clients with a wide range of difficulties. However, her primary areas of interest are working with trauma and psychosis. 

Candice is passionate about working from a strength-based model to assist clients with achieving their potential and developing meaning from their experiences.

Outside of work Candice enjoys spending time with family, friends and her Jack Russell named Billy.

Email Address: candice@cpvic.com.au

Contact

Main Office: Dja Dja Wurrung Country, 413 Napier Street, Bendigo, VIC 3550 (right next door to Weeroona Secondary College) – map.

Phone: (03) 5443 1090

Fax: (03) 5407 1474

Email: reception@cpvic.com.au

Accounts: accounts@cpvic.com.au

ABN: 61216055260