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Phillip Raneri (he/him)

Phillip is a compassionate and empathetic clinical psychologist devoted to working with clients of all ages. At the heart of Phillip's therapeutic approach is client-centred therapy, which places the individual's needs and goals at the forefront of the treatment process. Whether it's managing symptoms of anxiety, mood disorders, sleep problems, behavioural challenges, stress, or interpersonal difficulties, he is committed to helping his clients overcome these challenges and live their most fulfilling lives.

Phillip's dedication to evidence-based practices ensures that his clients receive the most effective and tailored interventions. He utilises Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) to foster personal growth and lasting positive change. He also works within an attachment informed lens and focuses on supporting parents and children to improve family relationships.

Further, Phillip’s experience spans diverse settings including schools, public youth health services, NDIS providers, and private practice. He has collaborated with renowned researchers and practitioners in the field of gender and sexuality diversity and has experience supporting gender diverse individuals understand their identity and navigate their transitions.

As a part of his commitment to comprehensive care, he also offers Psychometric Assessments which play a vital role in understanding cognitive abilities, academic achievement skills and learning needs. He has experience assessing a range of concerns such as specific learning disabilities and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

Phillip completed his Master of Clinical Psychology at The University of Tasmania and is endorsed as a Clinical Psychologist.


Phillip sees clients in the Rozelle Clinic on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.

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