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Hannah Le Leu Provisional Psychologist

Hannah Le Leu

Provisional Psychologist

Hello! My name is Hannah and I am a Provisional Psychologist. I love to work with autistic people,  questioning their neurodivergence, or discovering their neurodivergent identity, parents of Autistic/ADHD kids and any other neurodivergent folk struggling with the demands of everyday living in the neurotypical world. I believe that being autistic gives you strengths and enjoyment that cannot be matched; whether that is being able to find patterns, sensing things nobody else seems to be able to, or fully immersing yourself in a passion.

Some of the things that make me 'me'

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The experience of the Autistic community

The Autistic and neurodivergent people I work with have typically experienced trauma within relationships that affects how they are able to interact with other people. Growing up neurodivergent in our society can also be a source of trauma, as common neurodivergent experiences of being sensitive or emotional are dismissed and invalidated - which has a huge impact on people's mental health. Some of the experiences I have helped people with that stem from these traumatic experiences are self-harm, suicide attempts and aggressive behaviour. Due to my work with Autistic people who have had these experiences, I have learned how harmful and wrong the phrase "attention seeking" is. If someone seems like they are “attention seeking” (as this phrase is understood in our community), this screams to me that something is going on - that they have been invalidated, or people just aren’t listening. 

Because of my experiences with the Autistic community, I am a neurodivergent affirmative Provisional Psychologist and a strong believer in providing tailored support, guidance and assistance. I also have experience working with neurodivergent people with depression or low mood, Autistic burnout, anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Evidence-based practice is important to me and I will take my time to work with you to find the therapy that is the best fit for you personally.

My approach is fun! I love to work from a strength-based lens and incorporate your passions, interests and skills into therapy. Whether it is your love for gaming, artistic flare or interest in music, I tailor my therapy plans for you specifically. 

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More about Hannah

Home state: SA

My eye sparkles and SpIns (special interests) include:

  • I love gaming. I am absolutely obsessed with Mario and have a collection of Nintendo consoles: SNES, N64, DS, Wii and Nintendo Switch. One of my pups is called Yoshi. I also love to play Fortnite, COD, ARK, Don’t Starve, horror games and plenty more on my Xbox. My lounge room is actually a gaming setup; we have a massive couch that faces two large TVs with Xbox’s setup so that I can play side-by-side with my partner.

  • I am also very passionate about finding hidden meanings, motifs and metaphors in things, which is why I am a massive Taylor Swift fan. I love how all of her songs have so many interpretations and hidden elements and I love to spend hours talking about everything I discover to anyone that will listen. My 2022 Apple Replay showed that I listened to 10,000 minutes of Taylor Swift in 2022…

  • I love, love, love the beach and everything to do with the ocean! I am an advanced scuba diver and underwater photographer.

  • One of my other most special interests is animals. I cannot even begin to express the strong emotions I feel for animals. The bond we can share with animals is really like no other and provides me with immense comfort. I currently have two doggies: Bear and Yoshi. I also lost my special dog, Buddy, who lived to be 15 years old mid last year.

Would you like us to contact you about our available appointments?
How would you like our admin team to contact you?

We are neurodivergent-friendly - we promise to only call you if you tick the box

What service/s are you interested in?

Fees

  • The standard consultation fee for a 50-minute appointment with Hannah is $170. This applies to all clients, including privately paying clients and NDIS clients who are self-managed.

  • Fees for NDIS plan-managed clients are as per the NDIS price guide in your state for psychologists.

  • No Medicare or health fund rebates are available for appointments with provisional psychologists.

  • You can read our Fees and Rebates page for more information about our fees and costs.

Appointments

  • Hannah works with us on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

  • Hannah's therapy wait list is estimated to be around 3 to 6 months. This is only a rough estimate, as our waitlists can be quite fluid, and sometimes there is movement, which means we might have unexpected appointments that pop up earlier than this.

What happens now?

 

  • After you get in touch, our dedicated admin team will send you our brief 'waitlist and matching intake form'. This form is designed to gather basic information about your needs to make sure we can offer you the service you need. This form also helps us match you with a clinician who has the skills and experience to meet your needs.

  • Once we are able to offer you an appointment, we will send you a second intake form. This form goes into greater detail and aims to gather more specific information about your history and current situation to enable your allocated clinician to better prepare for your appointment.

  • As part of the second intake form, we also request your credit card, debit card, or Paypal details. Rest assured that we take card security seriously, and your details are stored securely on our client management system, Halaxy. This security measure helps us prevent theft and fraud. No one at Very Helpful Chats will have access to your card details. If you have any concerns or questions regarding the security of your card details, we encourage you to read more about Halaxy's card security here: Halaxy Card Security FAQs

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