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Martina Browne

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Tim was born and raised in the UK, attending Aston University in Birmingham, graduating in 1982 with a BSc(Hons) degree in Human Psychology.  Tim then worked extensively in the Middle East including Abu Dhabi, Cairo and Riyadh.  Tim also completed further studies in Education preparatory to becoming an Educational Psychologist, as well working for a year in Brussels.  In 1989, Tim moved to Sydney to marry Kate.  They have raised four children. Tim has been in private practice in Tasmania for over ten years, with additional previous experience as a School Guidance Officer specialising in Special Education.  Tim also briefly ran a Special Education service in the UK for an LEA "I hated every minute of it. The job taught me a lot about the limits of trust and how children can be used as pawns by politicians for their own nefarious reasons!"  On returning to Australia Tim eventually commenced work in Injured Worker Rehabilitation.

Tim has worked in private practice in Tasmania for over 10 years, and now, working from home. He offers Telehealth counselling services all over Australia, his focus is within Neurodiversity . " I am dedicated to assisting as many people as I can to access diagnosis, medication where desired and counselling to enhance quality of life wherever I can" 

Martina Browne is a registered psychologist with experience providing assessment and treatment of adults and children (12 +) across a number of clinical settings.

Martina is a warm and empathic clinician who draws upon a range of therapeutic approaches to work collaborative with individuals to improve their quality of life. All therapeutic approaches are informed by a client centred and strength-based model of intervention, that endeavours to understand and support individuals' lived experience.

"My core treatment styles are Cognitive Behaviour therapy (CBT) Dialectical Behaviour therapy (DBT) and Eye movement desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR)." Martina also has the capacity to incorporate art therapeutic interventions for younger clients and individuals.


Martina is also committed to and guided by Australian Evidence Based Clinical Practice Guideline For Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) 2022.

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