Senior Clinical Virtual Psychotherapist

PhD (psychology), Post-Grad Dip HRM, BSW+Hons,
AASW Mental Health Social Worker


Dr. Zoe Wyatt is an accredited Mental Health Social Worker originally from Melbourne, Australia. Having settled in Mauritius after five years in Southeast Asia, working as a trauma therapist in Thailand, and conducting her Doctoral research in Cambodia. Her Ph.D. topic was trauma and resilience.

Working globally as a virtual clinical psychotherapist with both individuals and organizations, Zoe adopts a trauma-informed approach to wellbeing. As every client is unique, she draws on a range of therapeutic approaches. Working with adults in a virtual environment, by providing a safe space for them to share and explore their difficulties and how their trauma histories may be manifesting in their lives today. Zoe provides support and guidance by walking the journey with her clients, in taking steps to make positive changes in their lives.

As a facilitator, trusted leadership advisor, and C-Suite coach, Zoe also works around the globe with leaders in all industries, providing guidance to leaders from numerous Fortune 500 companies through speaking engagements and consultancy assignments. Having published many papers in the area of trauma and resilience, Zoe continues to draw from her research and share these insights, often presenting at international conferences on resilience.


  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Burnout & stress management
  • Life transitions & adjustment difficulties
  • Relationship & interpersonal difficulties
  • Individual & Group Therapy
  • Alcohol Use Disorder
  • Substance abuse disorder
  • Co-occurring Disorders
  • Process addictions
  • Other Addictive Disorders

Certifications and Accreditations

  • Doctorate of Philosophy (psychology) Deakin University, Australia
  • Bachelor of Social Work + Honours, Deakin University, Australia
  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management, Deakin University, Australia
  • Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment, Melbourne University, Australia
  • Assisting Individuals & Crisis & Group Crisis Intervention Certificate, Crisis Intervention & Management Australasia (CIMA)
  • Accredited and registered with the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) as a Mental Health Social Worker


Zoe draws from multiple modalities in her work as a therapist to best suit her client’s needs.  Taking into consideration a client’s individual characteristics, past history, cultural context, and emotional experiences. Having worked in a clinical capacity for over a decade with clients from a diverse range of backgrounds, She combines aspects of trauma-informed cognitive behaviour therapy (TI-CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and solution-focused therapy (SFT).

Zoe is also influenced by positive psychology principles in improving well-being. She has a special interest in the construction of meaning post-trauma which seeks to heal dysfunctional patterns and behaviours from early life, through meaning-making in the present. Through her work in the human rights sector, she has developed her skills in supporting front-line workers at the coal face of trauma and human rights issues.

In her personal time, Zoe loves working out, spending time in nature, hiking, water sports, and all-around-adventuring.