Maryse provides a trauma-informed, safe and respectful evidence-based therapeutic environment where her clients can feel supported and free from judgement while they explore their interactions with the world around them.

Maryse’s therapeutic approach

Maryse’s therapeutic approach is person-centred and based on compassion and self-compassion. With her formal training in Psychology and broad life experience, she walks beside you, providing evidence-based strategies and support as you request them, whilst you develop your knowledge and skills to achieve your goals.

Maryse’s specific areas of interest

Besides Anxiety and Depression, Maryse’s areas of special interests cover chronic pain, childhood trauma/neglect, neurodiversity and OCD as well as work-life balance, relationships, and major life transitions. Maryse is also available for business related change management consultancy and coaching.

Maryse’s locations

Maryse is available for bookings Wednesdays to Saturdays incl. Sessions can be via video call or in-person in her consulting room in Busselton. “Walk and talk” therapy can also be provided on demand. Maryse works with adults (over 18). Originally from Belgium, she can provide sessions in English and/or French.

Duchess St., West Busselton 6280

About me

Introducing Maryse

Maryse is a Registered Psychologist who graduated from Psychology in 2016 following a 25-year career in project and change management.

She migrated to WA with her young family in 1997. Over the years, across countries and careers, Maryse has provided services to diverse Government Departments, National and International organisations, including the education, health, insurances (workers compensations) and resources sectors. In the last few years, she has also had the opportunity to provide services to the Aged Care and Veterans communities.

During her university studies, Maryse researched anxiety and pain. In the following years, she developed a specific interest in childhood/adolescent relationship trauma and its impact on adult life. She has completed the 3-phased treatment approach to complex trauma training with the BlueKnot foundation.

Maryse’s areas of interest

Maryse is passionate about destigmatising and making mental health accessible to all, and specifically within rural or isolated communities. Maryse encourages prevention and early intervention through mental health education to best respond to individual and community mental health needs.

Maryse enjoys and promotes connection with nature, animals and people. She enjoys long walks with her dog every day, and the simple things in life like a good meal and a good laugh.

Get in touch


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e : admin@aetpsychology.com.au


Wednesdays to Saturdays at Duchess St. in Busselton

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