Dr Ariana Krynen

Ariana is a Clinical Psychologist who has experience working across various public, private and university settings. Ariana works with older adolescents and adults from diverse backgrounds and walks of life.

Ariana is a warm and down-to-earth clinical psychologist. She enjoys connecting with people and aims to facilitate a safe and non-judgmental space to help people explore their challenges and create more meaningful lives and relationships.

Ariana has experience working with a range of presentations, including trauma and abuse, complex trauma, emotion dysregulation, relationship difficulties, mood disorders, anxiety, eating disorders, parenting difficulties, and grief and loss.

Ariana enjoys working in an authentic and collaborative style, drawing on evidence-based approaches tailored to individual client needs and goals. Ariana’s therapy modalities include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT). She also draws on Mindfulness, polyvagal theory, attachment, and family therapy approaches.

Ariana is an AHPRA Board approved principal and secondary supervisor to registrars for Clinical Psychology endorsement.

Ariana also worked as a Casual Academic at the University of New South Wales, developing content for undergraduate and postgraduate psychology courses on the assessment and treatment of mental health conditions.


  • Doctor of Clinical Psychology (University of Auckland)
  • Bachelor of Science Honours, First Class (Psychology, University of Auckland)
  • Bachelor of Science (Psychology, University of Otago)

Professional Memberships:

  • Australian Psychological Society Member
  • APS College of Clinical Psychologists Fellow
  • Australian Health Practitioners’ Registration Agency – Clinical Psychology Endorsement

Ariana can be contacted directly at: [email protected]


Dr Ariana Krynen is not accepting any new referrals at this time.