Monday 7:30am - 1pm
Tuesday 7:30am -1:30pm
Thursday 2:30pm - 8pm
Friday 11:30am - 5pm
Initial consultation (75 minutes): $340
Therapy sessions (50 minutes): $240
Medicare rebate: $93.05 p/session
Graduate Diploma in Psychology, Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours), Master of Clinical Psychology, Bachelor of Arts
A little about me
My biggest goal is creating a warm and non-judgemental space where my clients feel seen and heard and are comfortable exploring and understanding the challenges they’re facing. With a therapeutic approach that’s driven by my values of empathy, kindness, and curiosity, I work hard to help you develop meaningful goals for the changes you want to make.
Evidence-based therapies will help us explore your experiences and guide us on a journey towards your goals, while a strength-based approach will empower you to manage future distress and live a life aligned to your values.
While my clients come from a variety of cultural backgrounds in both a public and private setting, I have a particular interest in helping adults understand their emotional and behavioural functioning and supporting them with challenges related to emotional dysregulation or suppression, relationships, self-esteem, and assertiveness. I also have experience and a strong interest in working with people who are facing difficulties related to PTSD, complex trauma, personality, and anxiety related symptoms.
I completed my undergraduate Psychology degree at the University of New South Wales and my postgraduate degree in Clinical Psychology at the University of Technology Sydney.
My areas of interest are
- Difficulties with emotion (communication, regulation, suppression)
- Relationship and interpersonal difficulties
- Assertiveness and boundary setting
- Personality disorders
- Complex trauma
- Anxiety and perfectionism
I work with
- Young adults
- Older adults
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
A bit more about me
What has working in and studying psychology taught you?
Self-compassion is a powerful compass for making change, finding fulfilment, and connecting with others.
What is your self-care ritual?
I love to sing and cook. Yoga frees my mind and talking to my family and friends fills my cup!
A fun fact about me
I am learning to speak Danish.