Who Is Margaret Chua?
Margaret Chua is a psychologist with 30+ years of experience in providing psychological counselling. She offers a mindfulness-based psychotherapy in Chenzen Wellness Centre.
With compassion and deep listening skills, Margaret helps clients gain clarity and insight so that they can understand why they have become stuck in their problem. Her Buddhist-influenced practice helps clients calm their body and mind so they can gain clarity and insight to free themselves from their suffering.
Margaret also has a special interest in cross-cultural work and can skilfully assist clients navigate new environment, inter-cultural relationships, and indeed any situation which may involve conflict on any level. She has extensive experience in counselling clients dealing with challenges such as anxiety, addiction, illness, grief, relationship issues, trauma, loneliness and workplace bullying.
Margaret graduated from ANU (Anthropology and Psychology) and has a long-standing career as a psychologist in tertiary education institutions and in a university medical centre. She also completed 2 years of training in Buddhist psychotherapy (Australian Association of Buddhist Counsellors and Psychotherapists) and has a Masters in Applied Buddhist Studies from Nantien Institute, Wollongong.
Margaret is an AHPRA recognised psychologist and registered Medicare provider. No referral needed for book your appointment. If you have a mental health care plan provided by your GP or psychiatrist, your are eligible for the Medicare rebates for your sessions.