I believe that therapy is a process of self-discovery and having a safe, non-judgemental, respectful and empathic space is essential for this process to be successful. Feeling heard and understood and having time to develop your own strengths will help you find a way of being that brings greater contentment and confidence.
ACT, CBT, DBT, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Inner Child, Interpersonal, Marriage and Family, Mindfulness, Person Centred, Psychodynamic
Fundamental to my approach is a strong belief that people need to be heard, respected and understood. I use various therapies as I find that different people require different approaches. Therefore I will work with you to tailor an approach that works best for you.
I am a full member of the Australian Psychological Society. As a psychologist, I am required to undertake professional development and training every year and engage in regular supervision.
I currently work privately in my own practice. Previously I worked as a psychologist and psychotherapist at various not-for-profit organisations such as Sydney Women's Counselling Centre, Wesley Mission, and as a support facilitator at the Blue Knot Foundation (formerly Adult Survivors of Child Abuse). Prior to entering the counselling profession I worked in large Corporations and therefore have a solid understanding of work stresses. Becoming a psychologist and psychotherapist at a mature age, has given me the ability and maturity to hear with empathy and without judgement.
8am to 7pm (Mon, Tue, Wed, Sat)
10am to 7pm (Thursday)
Both practices are within 2 minutes walking distance from train stations.
Street parking is avaiable at both sites
Sessions - $150 (approx. 50 mins)
Reduced rates can be negotiated for those experiencing financial hardship
Medicare & health fund rebates available where eligible
Eftpos or cash
Medicare rebates and most health fund claims can be processed at the end of the session
I work with clients of all ages. I particularly enjoy helping people develop skills that enable them to overcome relationship difficulties and engage in healthy relationships. My training and experience in domestic/family violence has led me to believe that unhealthy relationships, at home, school or work, that are characterised by emotional abuse, have far reaching effects on a person's psychological well-being. ...