Chad Monger is a Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) registered counsellor and psychodynamic psychotherapist, who has been involved in the counselling profession for over 14 years. He holds High Distinction degrees in both Psychology and Counselling, and postgraduate training via the esteemed Churchill Clinic, and Perth School of Psychotherapy & Counselling.
As part of his ongoing commitment to providing best practice principles, Chad remains enrolled in education and research at Edith Cowan University, ensuring he is up-to-date with current psychological theory and practice. This endeavour has led him to receive the prestigious ECU top 100 award, in recognition for being one of the top 100 students, out of 27000, at ECU for academic performance. Chad’s professional training and outstanding academic performance, together with his personal history and recovery from anxiety, allow him to provide a well-balanced level of care, translating into the relatable and meaningful therapeutic service Chad is known for.