Since 2008, enVision Coaching & Psychology has delivered powerful and effective evidence based therapy, training and education across Australia. enVision Coaching & Psychology was established to deliver a wide range of psychological solutions. We offer clinical psychological therapy for individuals and families right through to complex psychologically informed systems integration for corporate organisations. Our psychological team is dedicated to uplift, empower and unlock the potential within. Whatever the case maybe.
Meet Our People
Life Coach and Workplace Coach
Christina doubles as a warm and caring child clinical psychologist and coaching psychologist whose passion is to sustain a system's long term wellbeing. Whether it is at the individual or organisational level, Christina believes that the concepts of attachment, systems theory and human neuroscience is at the base of any psychological solution. With over 12 years of experience in the field of psychology, Christina has consulted on complex areas such as personality disorders, attachment problems, family dysfunction, self-harm and childhood trauma. Christina has been an expert witness for providing psychological assessment on select forensic cases. She is also a mentor for the Hunter Young Professional's Network and provides consultation to schools, government and non-government organisations. Christina’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Psychology (University of Newcastle) and Master of Clinical Psychology (University of Western Sydney). Christina is registered with the Psychology Board Australia and Medicare as an endorsed Clinical Psychologist and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society. She is also affiliated with the Neuroleadership Institute.
Maryanne Robinson (photo to come)
Grad Dip(Psychology) University of Newcastle
Maryanne is a provisional psychologist with a focus on improving health outcomes for people who have experienced trauma. She has an extensive background in science and psychology including a BA in Psychology from the University of Newcastle (UON), a background in nursing, smoking cessation and remedial therapies. Maryanne has published articles in the International Journal of Health and Addiction(IJHA) and is currently involved in research at UON to improve health outcomes for fathers and families.
Maryanne is a provisional Psychologist with interests in Trauma and the Body, Attachment Relationships, Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Smoking cessation. She has a background in Nursing, and Remedial Therapies.