Emotion Management Clinic


Emotions are a part of every day life, and help us react to challenges in our lives. Sometimes, our emotions can get on top of us and it's hard to take back control. The key is to learn about your emotions and what they mean, so you can keep them in check and stay on top of life's challenges.

360's brand new Emotion Management Clinic is made up of a range of workshops designed to help you learn how to identify, understand and manage your emotions. 

Run by our expert, friendly team of clinical psychologists and psychologists, the workshops are delivered in a group setting, so you can learn and be supported by other people just like you.

The Emotion Management Clinic offers a range of one-off, 2 hour workshops covering a variety of topics:


Understanding Anger

Build skills around recognising and effectively managing anger, focussing on understanding what anger is, learning to recognise it and figuring out what to do instead.

Communicating with Confidence

Build assertiveness skills, which help you communicate in a clear, direct, respectful and honest way in difficult situations, plus develop an understanding of the different methods of communication and practise assertiveness. 

Mindfulness and Relaxation

By focusing our attention on what is happening in the present moment we can avoid getting caught up in our thoughts, fears or memories. Here we learn to incorporate mindfulness into our daily life to build resilience to stress and improve overall wellbeing.

Understanding Thoughts and Emotions

Make it easier to deal with feelings like sadness, depression, stress and anxiety by focussing on understanding what emotions are, exploring the emotions you experience and learning different strategies to help manage your moods.

Sleep and Activity for Wellbeing

When we are physically active and sleeping well our body feels healthier, our mind is more focused and we feel more balanced and optimistic. Here we educate on how mental and physical health are linked, as well as processes to promote healthy sleep to help the body repair itself and the mind be clear.  

We are also running an 8 week Introduction to Mindfulness Course (currently Guildford only)


Introduction to Mindfulness

Spend 2 hours each week learning the fundamentals of mindfulness to help maintain clarity of mind for reduced stress, anxiety and other mental health issues, as well as boosting performance and coping mechanisms.

How do I attend the Emotion Management Clinic?

You'll need a GP referral in order to access the workshops. Ask your GP to refer you to Better Access Groups.

When are the workshops being held?

Topic 360 Health Centre Rockingham  360 Health Centre Guildford
Understanding Anger Tuesday 1st August
9:30 - 11:30am
Monday 7th August
4pm - 6pm

Communicating With Confidence

Tuesday 15th August
9:30 - 11:30am
Monday 21st August
4pm - 6pm
Mindfulness and Relaxation Tuesday 29th August
9:30 - 11:30am
Monday 4th September
4pm - 6pm
Understanding Moods and Anxiety Tuesday 12th September
9:30 - 11:30am
Monday 18th September
4pm - 6pm
Sleep and Activity for Wellbeing Tuesday 26th September
9:30 - 11:30am
Monday 2nd October
4pm - 6pm
In the Moment: An Introduction to Mindfulness   Tuesdays for 8 weeks
8th Aug – 26th Sep
4pm – 6pm

​360 Health Centre Rockingham
14-16 Commodore Drive, Rockingham

360 Health Centre Guildford
48A James Street, Guildford

How much do the workshops cost?

Each workshop costs $50, but if you've been referred from your GP you'll receive a Medicare rebate between $21.65 and $31.65, depending on the level of qualification of the clinician.

Meet the team

Arathi.pngArathi Anamalai, Psychologist
Bachelor of Psychology (Hons)
Arathi's special interests are in family and carer support, children and adolescents and the CALD community. She frequently works with depression, anxiety, self-esteem, stress management and grief and loss.

Chris.pngChris Darmody, Psychologist
BSc Psychology, Post Graduate in Counselling Psychology, Masters of Narrative Therapy
Chris' interests lie in substance use, collective cultures, youth, psychosis, and reducing barriers of services to males. He specialises in narrative therapy, mindfulness, expressive therapies and interpersonal therapy.

Chris.pngJason Goh, Clinical Psychologist
BSc Psychology, BSc (Psych) Hons, MPsych (Clinical), MAPS
Jason's professional focuses include mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders and personality disorders. He utilises a range of therapies including CBT, DCT and ACT.

Chris.pngSephora Rodgers, Clinical Psychologist
BSc (Psych) Hons, MPsych (Clinical)
Sephora's areas of interest are suicidality and self-harm, mood disorders (e.g. bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety), personality disorders, low self-esteem, perfectionism, emotion dysregulation, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and grief and loss.
Deb Parsons, PsychologistChris.png
BSc (Psych) Hons; working towards Masters in Public Health and Diploma in Counselling
Deb's areas of interest are trauma, personality disorders, mood disorders, suicide prevention, recovery-based, client and strengths perspective. She enjoys facilitation of groups and working with people with severe and persistent mental health concerns.

Rikki Maynard, Clinical Psychologist RegistrarChris.png
Master of Psychology (Clinical)
Rikki frequently works with children, families, young people and adults. Her areas of interest include personality disorders, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, suicide and self-harm prevention.

Karee Stewart, Clinical Psychologist RegistrarChris.png
Master of Psychology (Clinical)
Karee has a special interest in compassion focused therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and values based work, schema therapy, youth (12-25 years) and older adults.

Brodie Cooper, Clinical Psychologist RegistrarChris.png
Master of Psychology (Clinical)
Brodie has a special interest in personality disorders and Asperger’s Syndrome/Autism. She is a multi-modality therapist with particular use of schema therapy, CBT, compassion focussed therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). 

Kate Bodhill, Clinical Psychologist RegistrarChris.png
Master of Psychology (Clinical)
Kate is our child psychologist, providing evidenced-based interventions to children  in need.  She works from a family centred approach, with a focus on empowering parents to facilitate change.