Ms Indigo Erez (she/her)

BPSych (Hons)

Provisional Psychologist

Indigo (she/her) is currently completing her third placement as part of her Doctorate of Psychology (Clinical) at Q Psychology. Indigo has a collaborative approach to her work, aiming to provide an explorative and safe space in which clients can be empowered to understand their own goals and unique skills. Indigo seeks to understand why individuals are experiencing the challenges they are facing at this point in their lives and believes sharing this understanding with clients can help give them the autonomy to make positive changes and choices.

Indigo primarily uses Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). However, other specific strategies and therapeutic approaches can be incorporated depending on the individual’s needs and preferences. Indigo has experience working across the lifespan and with varying mental health challenges, including anxiety, mood concerns, learning difficulties, body image and eating challenges, transitional periods, substance use, and relationship issues. She aims to be a neurodiverse affirming practitioner and is also passionate about social justice and allyship.

Indigo completed her Bachelor of Psychology (with Honours) at Deakin University and is currently in her third year of the Doctorate of Psychology (Clinical) at Deakin University. Indigo is a registered provisional psychologist. Provisional psychologists are qualified to provide psychological assessment and treatment under the supervision of a Board-Registered Psychology Supervisor and can provide affordable psychological care to our clients. There is no requirement for a mental healthcare plan or referral and therefore long-term psychological treatment without Medicare limitations is available via this service. Q Psychology is passionate about supporting the development of psychologists through these programs.

Indigo is available at our St Kilda clinic.

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Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)
Doctorate of Psychology (Clinical)-current


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