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Ashleigh Wallach

Ashleigh is an experienced psychologist providing individually tailored psychological interventions, drawing on evidence-based therapies while at the same time maintaining a genuine warmth and desire to help you reach your goals. Ashleigh provides a safe, non-judgmental and nurturing space for her clients to explore their concerns, experience a greater understanding of themselves and  achieve empowerment in managing their mental health. With years of experience in a variety of settings, Ashleigh has a breadth of knowledge and skills to offer in supporting you to discover your capacity to live a connected and fulfilling life.


Registered Psychologist, MAAPi

B.Beh.Sci.(Psych)., G.Dip.Couns., G.Dip.Psych.,M.Prof.Psych.

Pronouns: she/her

Genuine effort is focused on addressing the concerns you bring to therapy. Therefore, while she is compassionate and gentle in her approach, Ashleigh is careful to maintain a steady path toward helping you to achieve your goals. See below the areas that Ashleigh has experience working with. Get in touch with Ashleigh if you have any questions or would like her support.

Treatment Areas

Mental Health

  • Anxiety and Panic Disorders

  • Trauma

  • Depression

  • Adjustment Disorder

  • Stress

  • Workplace Stress

  • Grief and loss

  • Neurodivergence (ADHD and Autism support, not diagnostic assessments)

  • Pre and Postnatal mood issues and adjustment

  • Emotional Dysregulation

  • Anger 

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  • PTSD

  • Childhood sexual trauma

  • Adult sexual trauma

  • Recent trauma


  • Individuals

  • Adults (18+) 

  • CALD

  • Ageing

  • Relationship concerns (Intimate, Family or Friendships)

  • Assertiveness Training

  • Emotion Coaching Training

A D/deaf Lens

As a psychologist with lived experience of deafness and its impact on daily living and wellbeing, Ashleigh has the insight and knowledge to provide relevant, tailored interventions that are accessible and inclusive to the range of needs within the deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) community.

Deaf Mental Health Related Concerns

  • Deaf Trauma 

  • Experiences of Audism

  • ​Parenting support - new parents of Deaf/HOH child 

  • Parenting support - navigating identity development in teens

  • Deaf identity and belonging

  • CODA 


Ashleigh is available for online consultations on Mondays and Thursdays (9:30am-5:00pm).

Ashleigh is also available for face-to-face sessions at Seed Psychology in Brunswick East on Tuesdays and Fridays (10am-4pm).

Ashleigh encourages any new clients who only want online sessions to reach out via email at, or book a an initial consultation by clicking on 'Book an Appointment' and Ashleigh will be in contact to provide further details. 

If you're a current client looking for another appointment, just click on Book an Appointment and search for an available time that suits you!



Standard Consultation (50-60mins) - $210.00

Medicare Rebate - $93.35 (out of pocket $116.65)

Medicare will provide a rebate for 10 sessions per calendar year. To obtain a referral you will need to book a mental health appointment with your GP and ask them to address the referral to the psychologist or clinic of your choice. Contact me if you would like to book in but are unsure of the process -

Ashleigh Wallach 

Online Telehealth Psychologist

Working on the lands of the Dja Dja Wurrung, Taungurung and

Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung Peoples

Macedon Ranges, VIC 3437

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