Cherie Dalton

Master of Clinical Psychology

Endorsed Clinical Psychologist

Fellow of The APS College of Clinical Psychologists

 

Biography – Cherie Dalton

Cherie is an experienced Clinical Psychologist with over 26 years experience. She takes a warm, compassionate and professional approach to assist people to make sense of and develop strategies to manage life’s experiences.

Cherie has a Master of Clinical Psychology from The University of Queensland. She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and is a Fellow of the Clinical College of the Australian Psychological Society.

As well as extensive private practice experience, Cherie has worked in university, research, community and hospital settings, including palliative care, rehabilitation, employee assistance programs and rural mental health.

Cherie has a passionate interest in working with adults who seek to improve wellbeing, work-life balance, manage jobs and careers, cope with study, and navigate life transitions such as coping with romantic break-ups, returning to the workforce, juggling career and parenthood, caring for aging parents, adjusting to early work and career opportunities and new graduate positions and moving through the process of grief and loss. She has a particular interest in treating people who work in professional environments.

With a deep understanding of a range of therapeutic approaches, she utilises Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Schema Therapy, and Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT).

She has previously run her own large private practice for many years, has been a psychology advisor for the Mental Health Reference Committee for the South-East Alliance of General Practice and has been heavily involved in the training and supervision of a team of psychologists in an international longitudinal study of families.

Outside of work, Cherie enjoys spending time with family and friends, travelling, cooking, and time with nature.