Bruno Cayoun

Bruno Cayoun

  • Qualification: DPsych (Clinical) MACPA
  • Special Interests: mindfulness, depression, anxiety, stress, insomnia, chronic pain, anger, trauma, phobias, OCD, Workers Comp and MAIB claims
  • Age Groups: Adults
  • Therapies: CBT, Counselling, MiCBT, Schema
clinical psychologist

Dr Bruno Cayoun

Dr Bruno Cayoun is a registered clinical psychologist and a member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA). He is passionate about his work and has a particular interest in mindfulness, wellbeing and personal growth, as he understands that happiness is more than the mere reduction of symptoms. Bruno is experienced in working with a wide range of psychological and emotional difficulties such as depression, anxiety, stress, insomnia, chronic pain, anger, trauma, phobias and OCD. He specialises in using Mindfulness-integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (MiCBT), which is a grounded, compassionate and effective skill-based treatment approach.

Bruno has a First-Class Honours Degree in Psychology, for which he was awarded the Australian Psychological Society Prize, and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in the topic area of ADHD. Bruno is also a researcher and principal developer of Mindfulness-integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, which he has been teaching to mental health professionals internationally since 2003. He undertakes mindfulness research at the MiCBT Institute and co-supervises research in several universities in Australia and abroad.

Bruno is the author of several books, including

His mindfulness training CDs, mp3s and books are used worldwide, and he is the principal developer of several valid and published mindfulness-related questionnaires.

If you have symptoms of borderline personality disorder or eating disorders that are of primary concern, Bruno recommends that you seek an alternative referral to a specialist clinician.