Monday 8am - 1:30pm
Tuesday 7:30am -1pm
Wednesday 2:30pm - 8pm
Thursday 2:30pm - 8pm
Initial consultation (75 minutes): $340
Therapy sessions (50 minutes): $240
Medicare rebate: $93.35 p/session
Master of Health Science and Bachelor of Health Science (Psychology)
A little about me
I take a strengths-based, collaborative, and compassionate approach to support my clients in their wellbeing journey. My evidence-based practices help clients foster healthy personal and interpersonal relationships, build helpful and personalised coping strategies to manage distress and challenging seasons, and gain the capacity for self-insight and growth.
My experience includes working with youth, adolescents, adults, and elderly populations from diverse backgrounds in both not-for-profit and group therapy settings, through both in-person and telehealth services. I apply a contextual lens to wellbeing through acknowledging the impacts of cultural, familial, spiritual, and societal factors on mental health and aim to help people overcome challenges, transform, and flourish.
Trained in New Zealand, my qualifications include a Master of Health Science and Bachelor of Health Science (Psychology). I hold dual registration as a psychologist in both Australia and New Zealand.
My areas of interest are
- Depression and mood concerns
- Anxiety, perfectionism, and academic challenges
- Relationship difficulties
- Life and career transitions
- Stress and burnout
- Identity, self-esteem, and culture
- Grief and loss
I work with
- Youth (age 13+) and adolescents
- Older adults
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
- Compassion Focused Therapy
- Mindfulness-based interventions
A bit more about me
What has working in and studying psychology taught you?
The power of human connection and self-acceptance in facilitating change.
What is your self-care ritual?
Spending time in nature, reading, having a belly-laugh, movement, and devouring some tiramisu.
A fun fact about me is…
One of my favourite memories is going bungy jumping in New Zealand right after receiving some words of wisdom from a monk!