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Dr Rachael Mayne

Psychologist, Supervisor

Fillan Healthcare
Rachael is a Clinical Psychologist in the Auckland region offering assessment and intervention for a range of psychological difficulties. 
Rachael Mayne clinical psychologist auckland

Contact Rachael

Note: I am currently on maternity leave and am not accepting new referrals. I will be open to new clients in January 2020.
M. 027 443 3063
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Practice Locations

Fillan Healthcare, Eastmed
188 St Heliers Bay Road
St Heliers
Auckland 1071
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Suite 9
597 Rosebank Road
Auckland 1026
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Transport and Parking

There is plenty of free parking at both clinics.


Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. 
Evening appointments available.


Please contact Rachael to discuss payment options, as you may be eligible for funding through Work and Income or ACC Sensitive Claims.

Payment Options

Eftpos is available at the St Helier's clinic. 
Payment can also be made via online banking.


A 50% fee may occur if cancellation is made less than 28 hours prior to the scheduled appointment.

Client Types

Adolescents, adults.


Areas of Special Interest

Anxiety (including panic, social phobia, OCD, phobias and perfectionism). Eating difficulties & body image. Depression. Trauma & PTSD. Somatic concerns, medically unexplained symptoms, and chronic fatigue. Stress management and burnout.


Counselling/Therapy Services

As a therapist, Rachael provide a warm, relaxed, and genuine approach. Rachael offers initial assessments and individual face-to-face psychological therapy. 

Following a comprehensive assessment, Rachael provides a hypothesis to help understand a persons psychological difficulties and recommends an evidence-based treatment plan. Rachael helps people to identify specific therapy goals that they would like support with, which ensures that therapy is targeted to a persons individual needs and moving in the right direction. 

Rachael uses a range of evidence-based treatment approaches and is committed to “what works” in psychology. Therapy helps people to understand their thoughts, feelings, and behaviour, helps people to make sense of their experiences and relationships, and to develop new coping skills. Rachael draws from peoples individual strengths, resources and values to help them live a more happier, fulfilling, and meaningful life. 


Counselling/Therapy Approach

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) 
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) 
  • Mindfulness 
  • Family Based Therapy for Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa 
  • Trauma focused CBT 
  • Enhanced CBT for Eating Disorders 

Registrations and Professional Memberships

  • Registered Clinical  Psychologist
  • Member NZ Psychological Society (MNZPsS)
  • United Kingdom Health Care and Professionals Council


  • Doctorate of Clinical Psychology from the University of Auckland
  • Honors in Psychology (First Class), from the University of Auckland
  • Bachelor of Science (Human Biology and Psychology) from the University of Otago

Background and Experience

Rachael has extensive experience working with children, adolescents, and adults, across a variety of public and private health settings in both New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

Doctoral Thesis: Examining the relationship between adversive childhood events and attention deficit and disruptive behavioral disorders. Published in Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma 10(3), March 2017.

Honors Dissertation: Important variables to consider in the development of a questionnaire examining the psychosocial wellbeing of adolescent survivors of childhood cancer. 


Supervision Services

I am available for clinical supervision in the Auckland region for psychologists and other registered professionals who practice evidence-based therapies.