We journey with you
At Salvado, we join you in your journey and recovery by providing a safe and inspiring environment where sound clinical and practical care is delivered.
You can create an individual plan of care to achieve your aspirations and meet your needs.
We have access to a range of clinical programs which could better suit your lifestyle and your needs. Importantly, we aim to improve the communication for all participants in your care, enhanced by secure and flexible use of information technology.
At Salvado, we believe we can empower you in your recovery through more personalized engagement with a range of clinicians, by recognising your specific needs and by integrating real-time monitoring of your health
What will Salvado expect of me?
To be confident in your recovery, and empowered through the process of integrated clinical care. Remember, at Salvado you are a Participant with valued experience, not a patient.
Areas of care
Anxiety shares the title of most 'common psychiatric disorder' with depression. Anxiety really just means worry, and for most of us anxiety or worrying about things, is a useful thing. It helps protect us from threats in the environment, and stops us from doing dangerous or reckless things like running across the road without looking.
However, anxiety or worry can get out of hand, and come to take over our lives, leading us to live in constant dread or fear. Quite how a useful survival trait like worry transforms itself into a paralysing disorder causing immense suffering and disability is not entirely clear.
At a thinking level our ’threat perception and evaluation’ system seems to go wrong, and we start to see threat at every turn, or our response to really little threats becomes massively exaggerated. Worry also translates into bodily symptoms such as a fast heart beat, tremor, feeling sick or short of breath, and we struggle to concentrate and make good choices.
Although there are many forms of anxiety disorder - phobias (fear of specific things or situations), general and social anxiety, and related disorders such as obsessive compulsive disorder, the treatments tend to be quite similar, focusing on both the body and the mind, combining talking and medicine, as well as neurostimulation and lifestyle/ environmental changes. Through teamwork and empowerment, anxiety can be ‘put back into its box’ and we can learn to resume control of our fears and turn our mind to self discovery and our future.
Knowledge is an unending adventure at the edge of uncertainty.
The Salvado Team
The Salvado team of psychiatrists are Fellows of the Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists.
FRANZCPDr Murray Chapman trained in Lond
Dr Murray Chapman trained in London and the Eastern States before practicing in remote northern WA, and now Perth. Murray continues to learn every day from each person he meets, and offers an empathic approach, suited to helping in a wide range of problems, including addictions. He believes there are powerful tools that can aid recovery from within.
“Just as one mystery is explained, another is born.”
MBBS, FRANZCPDr Kenneth Orr has trained
Dr Kenneth Orr has trained in Perth and London. Ken continues to work in both public and private adult psychiatry and remains sustained by the unique narrative that everyone possesses. He remains fascinated by how the brain and the mind interact with social and physical adversity and how this understanding can help in the recovery of the individual.
“It is a privilege and a responsibility to share in the stories of others.”
Jaroslaw (Jarek) Hryniewicki
MBBS, FRANZCP, Certif. Child Psychiatrist
Jaroslaw (Jarek) Hryniewicki
MBBS, FRANZCP, Certif. Child Psychiatrist
Dr Jarek Hryniewicki has had dedicated training in both Child/Adolescent and General Psychiatry. The developmental and systemic perspective enhanced his clinical approach and broader understanding of life – after all, all of us are ‘children’ growing into ‘adulthood’ with its challenges and hopes.
Jarek remains fascinated and inspired by how each individual can develop their healing menu for their personal growth and resilience. His own personal experience of different cultures and countries has translated into his humbled recognition of the complexities of our individual stories.
"We are constantly changing and facing constellations of possibilities … not a predetermined state of our lives."
FRANZCPDr Richard Magtengaard is the cur
Dr Richard Magtengaard is the current Director of the Military Trauma Recovery Programme at Salvado. This programme is suitable for Defence personnel, Veterans and other professionals including Police Officers, Paramedics and all of those who have also endured ongoing trauma within the performance of their duties.
Richard served for 10 years as a Commissioned Officer within the Royal Australian Navy before moving on to practice medicine and becoming a Consultant Psychiatrist. He remains an active member of the Australasian Military Medical Association (AMMA) and has developed affiliations with the ADF Joint Health Command (JHC), St John's Ambulance (SJA) and WAPOL. Richard remains committed to the mental health and general well-being of Defence personnel and Veterans, alongside our first responders and their families.
"The power to change is stronger than your past: your future can still give you the chance."
MBBS, FRANZCPDr Kyle Hoath trained in Pe
Dr Kyle Hoath trained in Perth and until recently held positions across the public, private and NGO sectors. He is now building a career as a dedicated private psychiatrist with a focus on patient choice and understanding.
Kyle remains fascinated by the powerful developments in modern medical technology which can be used in the mental health arena to empower ones journey to a more welcoming outcome.
Psychiatrist, Female, MBBS, FRANZCP
Specialist in General Adult Psychiatry including mood disorders, anxiety, OCD, trauma, PTSD, psychosis, adolescents, perinatal psychiatry, older adult psychiatry including neurodegenerative disorders.
Psychiatrist, Male, MBBS, FRANZCP
Dr Chacko Varughese MBBS, MD (Psychiatry), FRANZCP did his undergraduate Medicine and postgraduate Psychiatry studies in India. He migrated to Australia in 2004 and obtained the Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists in 2012. He has over 20 years of experience in psychiatry. His area of interest is the rational prescription of medications for the treatment of psychotic and mood disorders. He is happy to see patients aged 12 years and up. He does not assess or manage patients with primary diagnoses of ADD / ADHD, autistic spectrum disorders or eating disorders.
Willem van Wyk
Psychiatrist, Male, FRANZCP
Dr Willem van Wyk qualified in 1989 as a psychiatrist in South Africa and worked in Australia since 2000 in a variety of clinical and administrative roles in the private, public and NGO sectors.
He provides assessment and treatment as an experienced general psychiatrist with a broad skill set to manage acute mental illness and support recovery from enduring mental health issues that people may experience from adolescence to the older age.
Willem approaches people’s presenting problems in the context of their lives as a whole. He clarifies people’s preferred way of responding and discusses realistic expectations of what could be achieved from contemporary treatment options. He has a special interest in the interface between the medical, psychological, social and spiritual disciplines.
Psychiatrist, Male, MBBS, FRANZCP, MpsychPharm, GDPIMH
Dr Oyewopo is now seeing patients at Salvado, 230 Rokeby Road, Subiaco. He is an Australian trained psychiatrist and fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP). He has over 10 years’ experience working in clinical psychiatry and has great interest in academic and research psychiatry.
Problem areas he treats are mood disorders, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, schizophrenia and related disorders, alcohol and drug addiction, PTSD and OCD.
He has experience in managing diverse populations including perinatal, adult, young adult and indigenous patients.
He offers shared care with GPs and psychologists. He also offers telepsychiatry to patients in regional and rural areas both for initial assessments and follow up visits.