Naomi

Dr Naomi P Harris

Naomi is co-founder of VMHC. She is a specialist general practitioner with interests in sports medicine, women’s health, mental health, paediatrics, aboriginal health and preventative medicine. Naomi graduated from Monash University in 2003 with an MBBS. She completed her General Practice training in South-West Victoria before moving back to Melbourne. In 2010 Naomi was awarded her FRACGP, FARGP and Graduate Diploma in Rural General Practice. Since arriving back in Melbourne Naomi has had the privilege of working with a number of elite and professional athletes, and is currently working in AFL, A League and Professional Combat Sports. Whilst having a love of sports medicine, Naomi’s passion for quality General Practice has meant she has done extensive further study and enjoys every moment of working as a General Practitioner.

Mr Andreas Demetriou

Mr Andreas Demetriou

Andreas (Andy) is a general psychologist who works with adults, adolescents and children to help them overcome life challenges, build resilience and lead a more happy, healthy and connected life. He also provides general counselling for personal issues such as life transitions, interpersonal relationships, identity, stress management, anxiety and depression.

He has experience with a number of treatment modalities including cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and psychodynamic therapy. His therapeutic style is collaborative and focuses on the individual needs of his clients as he understands that no two people are the same.

Andy is also currently the psychologist for the Werribee Tigers (VFL) and enjoys good coffee.

Andy

Mr Andy Bulmer

Andy has joined us at VMHC as our Office Administrator. He has worked both locally and overseas in many varied health and fitness roles. He is excited to join our new, vibrant team and will be happy to help you over the phone while making your appointment, and when you join us in the clinic. Andy is also our head barista who will be happy to make you a beautiful hot drink while you wait (we ask for a gold coin donation towards either the Motor Neuron Disease Foundation, or Life’s Little Treasures Foundation).