Lee Yarrow

Lee Yarrow

Clinical Psychologist
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology), Graduate Diploma in Psychology, Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology, Master of Psychology (Clinical)

Pronouns: He/Him

Lee is an energetic and empathetic psychologist whose approach is based on openness, trustworthiness and being non-judgmental.


Lee’s views each client as a unique individual, making sure to focus on the details of each problem to find an ideal solution. Lee believes that all therapeutic techniques must be evidence based, but that the techniques should be flexibly used and tailored to suit each client. Lee also likes to liaise with professionals and people that are involved in the care of a client. He recognises that unique or effective solutions for problems may become available through additional information sources, or if others are better educated about a client’s condition.

Experience and Interests

Lee has worked in a variety of psychological and psychiatric settings over the course of his practise. Lee’s experience in private settings have involved working in private hospitals to treat adults of various ages with substance use and other psychiatric problems. He has also worked in private practice settings specialising in the treatment of borderline personality disorder (BPD) and people who have difficulties regulating emotions. Lee has worked in frontline adolescent and adult public settings such as community mental health, crisis & assessment and treatment teams and acute psychiatric inpatient units. As such, Lee he has been involved in the treatment of low prevalence disorders such as schizophrenia, bipolar, major depression and other related conditions.

Lee has particular interests in the treatment of depression, anxiety, borderline personality disorder (BPD) and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), but is also competent in the treatment of other issues, such as relationship difficulties, low self-esteem, work stress, anger problems, bipolar and addiction.


Lee’s therapeutic style borrows heavily from Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) principles and he has extensive training in these areas. Lee also has training in mindfulness-based therapies and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).

How is Lee Described by His Clients?

Lee’s clients describe him as empathetic, thorough and effective. Lee is also recognised for the attention he pays to details of his client’s problems.

Lee Personally

In his spare time, Lee enjoys a mix of socialising, spending time with family, playing sport and becoming engrossed in a television series.