John Blythe

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Principal Clinical Psychologist 

Director - John Blythe Child Psychology Clinics 

Director - Hornsby-Kuringai Psychology Clnic 

Adjunct Fellow - Western Sydney University

Favourite Game as a kid: Monopoly 

 

Favourite TV Show as a kid: Bewitched 

 

Favourite Colour: Orange (unless it's NRL season - then it's RED & GREEN) 

 

Why are you a Child Psychologist?: Because life is wonderful but also very difficult at times. Through it all, people are amazing. Sometimes we just need another person to help us see the truth, wisdom and strength that are available to us but we can't quite see yet. I love being able to help in that process, especially with kids, teens and parents, because the changes we can make early on will last for a lifetime.

John founded the clinic in order to help people. Since 2004 we have been working with young people and families in greater Western Sydney for nearly 16 years!

Starting out with just two small office rooms in a building on Bessemer Street, Blacktown.

Moving to our current clinic on Richmond Rd, Blacktown in 2009 and having grown from just two clinicians to a dynamic team of child psychologists, educational psychologists, neuropsychologists, and family / disability support workers we can now help more people than ever. 

Blacktown, Macarthur, Nepean 

John & his team at JBCP are committed to providing evidence-based assessment, diagnosis and treatment for the many challenges facing children, adolescents, young adults (and their families). 

Danielle Fioramonte

JBCP Clinic Supervisor - Macarthur 

Senior Clinical Child Psychologist 

Educational & Developmental Psychologist 

Favourite Game as a kid: Alex the Kid

Favourite TV Show as a kid: Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Full House

 

Favourite Colour: Purple

Why are you a Child Psychologist?: from a very early age, I found myself wanting to help others. From the kid that was getting bullied behind the demountables, to the kid that was struggling with their English essay. Being a child psychologist is one of the most challenging and rewarding professions that allows a person the honour of sharing someone's story and assisting them with grasping and utilising strategies and tools that they didn't even think were possible. Seeing the progress and outcome that an individual makes through this journey is consistently awe inspiring!

Bianca Burton

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Consultant Child Psychologist

Favourite Game as a kid: Guess Who? and Donkey Kong

Favourite TV Show as a kid: The Smurfs and The Flintstones

Favourite Colour: Aqua 

Why are you a Child Psychologist?: I really enjoy working with children, and being able to help them through difficult times and with various issues. 

Nada Kakovska

JBCP Macarthur

Registered/Consultant Psychologist

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Cherie Tranter

JBCP Macarthur

Registered Psychologist (Clinical Registrar)

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JBCP Macarthur (Gledswood Hills)

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Tode Levkovski

JBCP Macarthur

Provisional Psychologist -  NDIS Specialist Team

 

Favourite Game as a kid: Crash Bandicoot

 

Favourite TV Show as a kid: Samurai Jack

 

Favourite Colour: Green

 

Why are you a Child Psychologist?:                                               

 

I have always loved working with children and families to help clients reach goals they struggled with- seeing the progress we can all make together always motivates me to continue doing the work I love 

Cat Dawson

JBCP Macarthur 

Provisional Psychologist / NDIS Specialist Team

 

Favourite Game/Pastime as a kid: SuperMario Brothers

Favourite TV Show/Movie as a kid: Casper, Beauty & Beast

 

Favourite Colour: Purple

 

Why are you a Child Psychologist?: I believe all children are entitled to a happy and healthy life, and when needed the support should be available to give them the tools and assistance to help them reach their full potential. By working with children and their families, we are able to provide them early in their life with tools they can use now and also in their future. Giving them and their families the best possible chance at building a happy and healthy life. 

Caitlyn Casha

JBCP Macarthur 

Provisional Psychologist / NDIS Specialist Team

 

Favourite Game/Pastime as a kid: Hide & Seek

Favourite TV Show/Movie as a kid: Beauty & The Beast

 

Favourite Colour: Yellow

 

Why are you a Child Psychologist?: The study of human behaviour if so intriguing and has been a lifelong passion. I decided to work with children because I believe children are the future and are capable to amazing things. By working with different kids, I hope to be helping them achieve their potential (and have fun along the way)

Taylah Severino

JBCP Macarthur

Mental Health Practitioner -  NDIS Specialist Team

 

Favourite Game as a kid: Uno

 

Favourite Movie as a kid:  Harry Potter Series

 

Favourite Colour: Blue

 

Why are you a Mental Health Practitioner?: 

 

Growing up I always felt the need to help others, I was curious about how I would be able to turn this into a career until I found social work.  I enjoy seeing the small changes in a person as they begin to explore their identities and acknowledge their wins. It is these small wins and changes in a person that have driven me to work in the community providing support to others.

Rita Youkhana

JBCP Macarthur

Mental Health Practitioner -  NDIS Specialist Team

 

Favourite Game as a kid: Hide & Seek

 

Favourite Movie as a kid:  Matilda

 

Favourite Colour: Green

 

Why are you a Mental Health Practitioner?: 

 

Ever since I was a teen, I knew I wanted to work with young people to make a meaningful contribution to their mental health. My mission is to give children, teens and their parents the tools necessary to understand themselves and their relationships and to celebrate the little wins along the way (pun intended).