Ayden de Courcey is a psychologist that has experience working with both adults and adolescents with a range of different psychological, mental health and social difficulties. Ayden is passionate about assisting people to improve their quality of life and achieve their goals. Headopts a non-judgmental approach and considers the relationship between himself and his client’s key to achieving positive change.
Ayden completed a Master’s degree in Forensic Psychology at UNSW. During his training he worked with clients across both community mental health and custodial contexts and believes that early intervention is vital to improving mental health.He has conducted our DBT programs at Wise Institute since 2019 and works in a forensic setting on days that he is not with us here.
2019 Youth Justice Annual Professional Development Training – “Self-harm in Custody – Youth Justice NSW”
2019UNSW Forensic and Clinical Masters Conference – “General and Specific Feature Diagnosticity: Identification Strategies in Unfamiliar Face Matching Decisions”
2017 Australian Rural & Remote Mental Health Symposium – “The Bereavement Experience Following the Death of a Family Member and its Impact on Academic Performance”
Psychologist and DBT Facilitator
Emotion Regulation, Interpersonal Difficulties, Substance Use/Addiction, PTSD, and Sexual Disorders