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Therapists working at The Delta Centre are highly regarded and sought after for their extensive experience, expertise and specialist knowledge. We are confident in being able to offer the highest quality services to our clients.


All practitioners working at the centre are members of their own relevant professional bodies. Each strictly adheres to their association's code of ethics.

Janet Gluch

Clinical Psychologist and Board approved supervisor

BA Hons, MPsych Clin, MAPS FCCLP

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Janet is a Registered Psychologist with over 26 years of experience and is an accredited supervisor. Janet has worked overseas and locally in both the public and private hospital sectors, community settings and private practice. Janet works across the age range and has experience in working with children, adolescents and adults. She offers individual psychotherapy, parent counselling and play therapy. Janet has a warm and gentle style and aims to provide a therapy space that feels emotionally safe so as to encourage authentic relating within the therapy space. She believes that feeling emotionally safe is crucial for the psychotherapeutic work to be productive. Janet works in a non – directive way while simultaneously encouraging people to be curious about themselves and their inner world – that is, to talk about their thoughts, feelings and behaviours i.e. what is on their mind. In sessions Janet supports a process of collaborative and exploratory thinking together, which in turn may lead to new and different ways of conceptualising and managing life experiences where people have previously felt stuck. This can take time, and so the work involves medium to long term psychotherapy. Janet is able to offer short term psychotherapy where appropriate. While Janet has a strong interest in psychoanalytic and psychodynamic theories and neuropsychology, she works in an eclectic, evidence-based way, tailoring psychotherapeutic interventions to the specific needs of each individual. Janet has an expertise in the areas of anxiety, depression, early attachment issues, loss and grief, peri-natal and adjustment difficulties.

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Naomi Kalman

Individual, Couple and Family Therapist

B App Sc (OT), Grad Dip Fam Ther, AHPRA, Clinical Member VAFT

Naomi is a therapist with many years’ experience in working with adolescents, adults, couples and families with a range of mental health issues. She is passionate about helping people get the very best for themselves in their relationships, both with themselves and in their family and work.   Naomi has a collaborative and encouraging approach. She is committed to helping clients move beyond solving problems to an enhanced sense of wellbeing. She has a deep respect for the courage that it takes to come to therapy and take the necessary steps to make changes in our lives.

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