Clinical Psychologist with an interest in body-centered psychotherapy


I run a private practice from Melbourne offering mental healthcare for adults, with a particular focus on the healing of emotional shock, attachment wounding, and trauma.

My treatment philosophy is neurobiologically informed and influenced by a range of somatic, psychodynamic, and mindfulness-based approaches.

Some of the specific modalities that I draw from include:


Appointments are offered through Osteopathic Sense in Fitzroy, and include short courses of in person appointments for Melbourne locals as well as online appointments for current and former clients who live interstate.

You can learn more about my services and check my initial appointment availability on the Client Information page. Return appointments can be booked below.



Dr Dan Costin (he/him)
Clinical Psychologist

I established my private practice in Canberra in 2008 and have assisted a wide range of clients across my career, including people from diverse cultural backgrounds, fellow health professionals, victims of crime, survivors of early-life adversity, and police and military personnel.

I joined the team at Osteopathic Sense following a move to Melbourne in 2022 and also work as a locum counsellor at the University of Melbourne and volunteer counsellor for peers in LGBTIQ+ communities at Thorne Harbour Health.

My qualifications include a professional doctorate in clinical psychology and a fellowship with the Australian Psychological Society College of Clinical Psychologists. I’m also a certified practitioner of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and studying towards an additional certification in somatic movement education.