Melissa Hatty is a Health Psychologist with expertise in helping people to live well with illness and/or disability. Melissa works with adults living with a range of chronic health conditions, including persistent pain, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and chronic fatigue. She also sees clients experiencing anxiety, depression, stress, adjustment issues, motivation issues, life transitions, grief and loss, and trauma. Melissa appreciates the intricate links between brain and body and takes a whole-person approach to health and wellbeing. Her therapeutic approach is collaborative, client-centred and eclectic, drawing from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Positive Psychology, mindfulness, and narrative approaches, among others. Melissa has a particular interest in the health and wellbeing benefits of natural environments and is a strong advocate for getting outside and connecting with nature. She is currently finishing a PhD in conservation psychology and behaviour change at Monash University.