Joy Low

Student Clinician

  • BPsych(Hons), BPsychSci
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Clinical Expertise

Trauma, migration and/or displacement (including cultural), decolonisation, grief and loss, life transitions and adjustment, depression and anxiety, neuro-affirmative work.

Treatment Approaches

Joy’s practice is grounded in a person-centred approach, incorporating elements of existential and Gestalt therapy; drawing from them as well as narrative therapy, Acceptance and Commitment therapy, Schema therapy, and logotherapy. She/they work from a trauma-informed, neuroaffirming, and intersectional perspective, with a focus on collaboration in the therapeutic alliance. They are also informed by EMDR and body-based psychosomatic therapies in their trauma-informed care.

Location & Availability

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Hawthorn East Mingary-CBD - - -


Joy (she/her/he/they) is an international student of Singaporean-Chinese background (Singaporean by nationality and Chinese by ethnicity). She currently lives and works on the unceded land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation in Naarm (Melbourne), and pays her respects to their Elders past, present, and emerging. She identifies as genderfluid.

Joy works from an understanding and perspective based on their positionality and through an intersectional lens. She is community-orientated with particular interest in working with marginalised groups, with collaborative and culturally-safe, trauma-informed, and neuroaffirmative care as a priority.


  • Bachelor of Psychological Science
  • Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)