I’m a registered clinical psychologist with a broad range of experience providing psychological support to individuals with various life situations. After 10 years of practice in the Melbourne CBD and surrounds, I have recently started practicing psychology in Gisborne. I completed my Bachelor of Psychology degree at Flinders University, SA in 2007 and undertook my Masters of Clinical Psychology at the Murdoch University, WA in 2008.
I take an empathetic, yet practical approach to therapy aiming to equip my clients with the tools to improve their emotional wellbeing and relationships beyond the therapy room. I combine a range of integrative approaches including CBT, Schema therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness and The Gottman Method for couples.
I strongly believe in the healing powers of a well-matched client/therapist relationship and acknowledge that as each person is unique, the treatment plan and approach should be tailored to address their particular needs and situation. I currently hold the following professional memberships
- The Australian Psychology Society (APS) (membership no. 150031)
- The National Psychology Board – AHPRA (membership no. PSY0001524491)
- The Australian Society of Sex Educators Researchers & Therapists (ASSERT NSW)
Areas of Expertise
Appointments and availability
I practice from Gisborne Medical Centre on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Bookings can be made via the online booking link below, or by calling Mindview Psychology on (03) 9052 4365.
Please note: Phone bookings are to be made directly with Mindview Psychology. If you contact Gisborne Medical Centre they will be unable to finalise a booking for you.
Please note: this psychologist is only accepting new bookings for clients over the age of 15 years.
“I’m inspired everyday by my client’s strength, courage and determination. I feel incredibly privileged to be able to both guide and witness their path to healing.”
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P: (03) 9052 4365
F: (03) 8676 0424
Gisborne Medical Centre
16 Brantome Street,
Gisborne Vic 3437