Boutique Psychology Psychologist Liesl Haasbroek

Liesl Haasbroek


My interest in psychology started in high school as I was fascinated by how uniquely the human mind works. 

My empathetic nature and passion for mental health has driven me to become a psychologist. While studying I volunteered at a Home for individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease, worked with children with ASD, and worked with young adults who struggled with social anxiety.

I’ve always enjoyed interacting with people and found myself drawn to those battling with their mental health.

How I help

What I love most about psychology is the diversity. Working with people of all ages with different reasons for seeking therapy or assessments. You may be experiencing anxiety, and low moods or you may be participating in self-sabotaging behaviour.

I don’t believe one method works for all, instead I tailor my approach to your journey. Aiming to work together to navigate obstacles and work towards your goals.

Originally from South Africa and my first language is Afrikaans. I understand how difficult it is to be vulnerable and communicate your thoughts and feelings, even more so doing it in another language. Our sessions can be in Afrikaans or English, and I have first-hand experience with the difficulties that come with relocating your home and adjusting to a new culture.

Why I’m here

I love the support, culture, and guidance I receive at Boutique Psychology as a provisional psychologist.

Things I love to do

Absolutely love games… board games, video games, sports, chess, you name it. I find it’s a great way to connect with others and have a laugh. I currently play squash and try to play golf every now and then. I don’t think I’ll be going professional anytime soon, not at the rate I’m losing golf balls anyway. In my free time I love to read, watch movies, and eat good food.

    Credentials – Liesl Haasbroek

    • Registered Provisional Psychologist
    • Bachelor’s in Psychology, University of Western Australia
    • Graduate Diploma of Psychology Advanced, Monash University
    • Master of Professional Psychology, Monash University
    • Mental Health First Aid
    • Dementia Care
    • Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and Australian Association of Psychologists Inc (AAPI)
    • Volunteered for over 3 years at the Mary Chester Home for Alzheimer’s

    Boutique Psychology

    Boutique Psychology is a judgment-free zone where you can safely be yourself. You can count on being heard and respected.

    Each of our Psychologists has their preferred therapeutic approach and distinct personality. However all of us are kind, warm, genuine humans.

    Importantly, none of us believe that you’re broken, given that all of us come through our own messy, challenging times.