Dr Dion Nowoweiski is a registered Clinical Psychologist and a board approved supervisor. He received his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Deakin University and has conducted research in the areas of anxiety, eating disorders, and child maltreatment. He currently works in private practice and specialises in the treatment of eating disorders as well as treating problems for people with medically related issues. He treats adults and older adolescents.
Dr Dion Nowoweiski was the Senior Clinical Psychologist at St Vincent’s Health in the Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Clinic where he specialised in gastropsychology for people experiencing issues related to Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. Prior to that he was the Senior Clinical Psychologist at the Wellness and Recovery Centre, which is the specialist eating disorders service run through Monash Health. He was also a Senior Clinical Psychologist at the Mid West Primary Mental Health Team. Prior to those roles he also worked at The Melbourne Clinic – Eating Disorders Program, The Albert Road Clinic – Adult Psychiatric Unit, and St Vincent’s – Body Image and Eating Disorders Service where he developed and evaluated a pilot day treatment program for eating disorders. In addition, Dr Nowoweiski also provides clinical supervision and training to other psychologists.
He has received advanced training in Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP) under the supervision of Dr Allan Abbass in Halifax, Canada and provides core training in ISTDP in Melbourne and offers workshops and training in ISTDP. He is a certified IEDTA teacher/supervisor and his core training program has also received IEDTA certification.
Dr Sarah Nowoweiski is a registered Clinical and Health Psychologist and a member of the Australian and New Zealand Infertility Counsellors Association (ANZICA). She received her Doctor of Psychology from Deakin University and has conducted research in the areas of women’s reproductive issues, fertility and birth related experiences. She is currently employed as the Counselling Manager at Newlife IVF and works part-time at The ISTDP Clinic. She specialises in the treatment of issues related to fertility and perinatal health and has extensive experience in providing support for people undertaking fertility treatment. She has also worked The Austin Parent Infant Research Institute where she was focused on providing Perinatal Psychology services.
She has received advanced training in Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP) under the supervision of Dr Allan Abbass in Halifax, Canada.