Little Tree Practice is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Psychology and Psychotherapy practice. Little Tree Practice’s mental health team is dedicated to supporting families through providing accurate assessment, diagnosis, and therapy, in order to help you and your child both now and in the longer term.
Dr Jennifer Harris
BA (Hons) MBBS FRANZCP Adv Cert Child & Adolesc. Psych.
Dr Jennifer Harris is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist. She sees patients from 0 to 17 years old, and she works with parents and carers to improve the quality of family relationships. During her 12 years of medical and psychiatry training Jennifer has worked as a doctor and registrar (psychiatrist-in-training) in several major Sydney hospitals including Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Prince of Wales Hospital, Concord and Liverpool Hospitals and the Sydney Children’s Hospital. Read more
Dr Peter Davies
B.Med.Sci MBBS (Hons) MPH FRANZCP Cert. Child Adol. Psych
Peter is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist with an interest in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents of school age (5-18 years). He is able to offer treatment for a broad range of childhood emotional and behavioural difficulties but has a particular interest in depression and anxiety related disorders. He provides a comprehensive and thoughtful treatment approach including individual and family-based psychotherapy, as well as medication where appropriate. Read more
Dr Jeffrey Ball
MBBS (Hons), MSc (MedSci), BA (Hons) (Psyc), BSc (Biol), FRANZCP, Adv Cert Child & Adolec. Psych.
Dr Jeffrey Ball is a Consultant Child, Adolescent & Family Psychiatrist who offers a psychotherapeutic approach to improving mental health in young people and their families. While Dr Ball can provide psychiatric assessment and management for a variety of conditions to people of all ages, his primary focus at Little Tree Practice is working therapeutically with adolescents around difficulties with depression, anxiety, struggles with sense of self, interpersonal conflicts, and/or past trauma. He is informed by psychodynamic, attachment-based, family, cognitive, behavioural, and other models of therapy in his approach to care. Read more