About Mira Dong
Mira is a clinical psychologist and board-approved supervisor registered with The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). A compassionate and driven professional, she holds a Master of Clinical Psychology in Australia and a Master of Counselling Psychology in South Korea. With over a decade of experience in diverse clinical settings spanning both South Korea and Australia, Mira has worked with individuals across the lifespan, from children to adults and their families, including schools, public inpatient, and outpatient facilities.
Mira's passion lies in supporting individuals dealing with stress management, mood disturbance, interpersonal difficulties, adjustment issues as migrants, anxiety, psychotic symptoms, disordered eating, and body image concerns. Currently engaged in the Eating Disorder Treatment Inpatient unit at a public hospital, she employs evidence-based interventions with flexibility and respect for clients' unique needs.
As a former high school psychology lecturer and current facilitator of lectures and workshops for Master's and international students at universities in South Korea, Mira brings a wealth of expertise, particularly in eating disorder treatment. She channels unwavering enthusiasm into her clinical work, actively contributing to the mental health growth and recovery of individuals grappling with emotional struggles.
Culturally competent and bilingual in Korean and English, Mira ensures accessible and inclusive psychological services. Her dedication to providing effective, tailored interventions underscores her commitment to fostering mental well-being in those she serves.