Anna Brasher

Masters Psychologist

AHPRA (Psychology Board) and Medicare Provider Registered
Full Member of the Australian Psychological Society

Anna-Grett (Anna to most), has a Master’s Degree in Psychology after six years of university training. The world of psychology was a natural career option for Anna – her father was a Psychiatrist – so counselling is in her genes and connecting with people, her obvious passion. Anna has always been in private practice (20 years now) and has had good rapport with her clients and the GPs in her community.

​After many years of child and adult counselling, now in her early 50s and mum to two young adults, Anna has moved on to only working with adults in counselling.

Anna's counselling interests

Adults age 21 and older



Weight Loss Issues

'Girl Talk'

Man Therapy

Lifestyle Balance

A 'Better' Me

Negative/Controlling Relationships

Family of Alcohol Abusers

Grief and Loss

Dementia Carer Support

FIFO Adjustment


Immigration Adjustment

Over 50s Challenges

Anna does not counsel clients for

  • ​Couple's Therapy

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Borderline Personality Disorder

  • Schizophrenia

  • ADD or ADHD

  • ​Phobia

  • Severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • ​Eating Disorders

  • Drugs, Alcohol or Smoking

  • WorkCover

  • Ombudsman Issues

  • Court/Legal/Insurance Cases

Anna's Personal Interests

Away from work, Anna enjoys following her other passion - Conservation. She is passionate about Rhino and Elephant conservation, as well as sustainable living and recycling. She tries to go on safari yearly, listens to music, enjoys reading and making photo diaries for her family to enjoy. Anna also enjoys writing poetry and children's stories. She is currently writing her first psychology/conservation book to be published soon.