Gus is currently studying a Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology) and a Certificate IV in Mental Health. He aspires to complete Honours, a PhD, and ultimately practise as a Clinical Psychologist. In addition to his role at The Banyans, Gus also volunteers as a Lifeline Crisis Supporter, counselling individuals in their time of need over the phone.
Gus joined The Banyans in mid-2020, attracted to the treatment centre’s vision to help people find wellness through a thoughtfully caring and comprehensive approach. He finds his role here richly rewarding and thrives on seeing lives restored.
Not only is Gus greatly intrigued by how the mind works and assisting others to gain an understanding of that, he also has a genuine love and care for people and wants to pursue a career that assists them to regain hope and a passion for life.
In his spare time, Gus enjoys good music and a game of tennis at any opportunity.