Monica Hainal

Monica Hainal smiles at the camera, she has blonde hair and wears a chain around her neck

Psychologist

Melbourne

  • ADHD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Trauma
  • Works with adults
  • Works with children

Monica Hainal hopes that in her professional lifetime, there’ll be a seismic shift in the way society views disability.

“Some of the greatest scientists, some of the greatest artists, that this world has known had conditions that drove their creativity and curiosity,” she says.

“Disability is not necessarily about being ‘unable’. It’s about doing things differently.

“There is a reason for people being ‘different’ in the world. Let’s tap into the diversity of strengths you as a client have.”

A psychologist, Monica speaks from the experience of working with clients living with developmental conditions such as autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), intellectual disability or personality disorders including schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.

Monica is available to work with clients of all ages who need psychological assessment and therapies.

As well as developing behavioural support plans, she can help you work through anxiety, stress, frustration, grief, trauma, depression, and other emotional regulation issues.

If you’re one who prefers to move than sit, Monica is all for ‘walk and talk’ sessions.

Monica has almost a decade’s experience as an rehabilitation counsellor in occupational rehabilitation and most recently has worked in the NDIS system, delivering therapeutic interventions for families and individuals.

She’s well-versed in how to deal with third parties, liaise with other medical and health professionals, and build relationships so as to get the best support for you.

Monica can provide therapeutic psychological services in either English or Hungarian.

Monica gained her Bachelor of Science (Psychology) from Victoria University and post-graduate diploma from Deakin University.

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