Kelly Gall

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Undergraduate and Honours degree in Science (Psychology) from Australian National University
Masters in Health Psychology from Monash University
Masters in Clinical Psychology from the University of Canberra
Registered with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency
Registered with the Psychology Board of Australia

Kelly Gall’s Memberships

Member of the Australian Psychological Society
Fellow of the College of Clinical Psychologists
Fellow of the College of Health Psychologists
Member of the Australasian ADHD Professionals Association


I’m Kelly, a Health and Clinical Psychologist. I’ve been working as a psychologist for over 20 years and have completed health and clinical psychology training. My experience includes work in multiple settings such as the Army, government, consulting, psycho-oncology, and private practice.

As a Health and Clinical Psychologist, I am passionate about how physical and mental health interact. To this end, I am enthusiastic about helping those living with disabilities, injuries, illnesses and mental health conditions to achieve the best quality of life possible. I have a particular interest in working with adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and ADHD, and people with Eating Disorders. I am also heavily involved in supporting people with PTSD, veterans, and currently serving military members and first responders.

My Therapeutic Approach

Leia and I opened our Gold Coast Psychology clinic in 2017, and have been providing care to the Gold Coast community since this time.
I am focused on tailoring your treatment according to your goals and individual challenges. My positive, solution-focused approach aims to create meaningful symptom relief and long-term changes that persist after your counselling is complete. As a health psychologist, I understand the intricate relationship between physical health and mental health. Recognizing that many mental health conditions have a biological component, I consider lifestyle factors such as sleep, diet, and exercise in my treatment plans to support your overall well-being.

Therapeutic Approaches

In my practice, I utilize a variety of therapy approaches to meet your unique needs:

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Schema Therapy
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • Solution-Focused Therapy
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Emotion Coaching for parenting struggles

My goal is to support behaviour change strategies that help clients break unhelpful habits, improve their health, address their symptoms and enhance their mental health.


Am I a fit for you?

Fit is critical in therapy, as a psychologist can only be effective if they truly understand you. I am committed to ensuring that you feel heard, respected, and understood.  I believe in improving a person’s well-being by addressing mental health, physical health, and relationship difficulties. My integrated approach ensures that all aspects of your health are considered in the therapeutic process, leading to more comprehensive and lasting results.


I work with the following presentations:

  • Acute stress & PTSD
  • Adult ADHD, Adult ASD
  • Eating Disorders
  • Body Dysmorphia
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Coping with Unusually Demanding Work Roles
  • Sexual Dysfunction (no offenders)
  • Modifying lifestyle factors and health behaviours
People I work with:

  • Adults
  • Workcover
  • DVA
  • NDIS
  • First responders/ADF