Peter Trask is a psychologist based on the Sunshine Coast, Australia. His private practice trades as “GMT Psychology”. He is pleased to be able to provide a combination of face-to-face, home visits and videoconferencing services.
Peter works with adolescents and adults of all ages. He provides a range of psychotherapy services including treatment for trauma, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, stress and sport psychology.
Peter is also a fully registered NDIS behaviour support practitioner, and so is able to undertake functional behaviour assessments, develop positive behaviour support plans (PBSP) and provide the related training to support workers. He is also registered with the NDIS to develop and implement these PBSPs for clients who are subject to restrictive practices.
For mainstream (non-NDIS) clients, Peter believes strongly in helping people help themselves, and so particularly likes working with clients that are motivated and ready to change. Passion, compassion and courage are key aspects of his collaborative client work.
Key interests for Peter include sport, music, travel, current affairs, exercise, family, small-businesses and nature. He loves to learn and continues to do so, with special interest in neuroscience and the never ending wonder of the human mind and related behaviour.