Melbourne Therapist Heidi Rogers

Heidi Rogers Psychotherapist

Heidi’s empathetic, authentic, relatable approach has been embraced by people seeking a down-to-earth and relaxed therapeutic experience.

Heidi is a psychotherapist, counsellor and speaker with 17 years experience in mental health and trauma therapy. Heidi has worked in both the US and Australia delivering therapeutic services to children, individuals and families. 

She models her presentation style around straight-talk, building genuine audience connections and keeping everyone engaged from start to finish.

Heidi equips small groups, individuals, schools, and businesses with tools to implement change for happier, healthier environments.

Heidi was born and raised in Los Angeles. She now lives in Australia with her husband and two daughters, practicing therapy in Melbourne.

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Heidi speaks on a variety of topics, such as anxiety, self-esteem, resilience and empathy with businesses and schools Australia-wide.


Live and recorded webinars to equip you with the tools needed to master anxiety, transform your parenting and create resilient families.


Learn strategies to help you navigate the complex mental and emotional needs of your children.


One-on-one clinical sessions with Melbourne therapist Heidi Rogers – in person, via phone, or online with Zoom.


Learn a variety of strategies – from how to effectively lead your team and change organisational culture, to successfully navigating interpersonal conflict.


Specialised workshops and seminars for teachers and parents to better support students and their mental health.

Heidi's Hot Topics

The most common topics Heidi encounters in the clinic, the boardroom, or in the classroom.
Melbourne therapist Heidi Rogers provides tailored guidance for parents, schools and businesses around topics including:

Insights From a Melbourne Therapist

Connecting With Your Kids - Heidi Rogers Connecting With Your Kids Is Everything Connection acts as a form of preventative 'maintenance'. If your kids feel more connected to you, they'll be more compliant and cooperative when you need… Read more
Shaming Children - Heidi Rogers Parenting Why Shaming Kids Doesn’t Work Long-Term Using shame as a tool might be effective in gaining compliance from children in the short-term, but it teaches them that they're not 'ok'. Here's… Read more
Sibling Rivalry Psychology – What Parents Need To Know Parents often get hooked into 'referee mode' when our kids are fighting. This is can show an imbalance of love for them. Here's what to… Read more