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Psychology therapy and support works best if we’re the right match for each other.

How can I help you?

Maybe you’ve been told you’re too much, too loud, weird. Perhaps you carry a sense of vulnerability, insecurity, or unease about yourself or the world around you. Sometimes you struggle to set boundaries to keep yourself emotionally and physically safe, that would otherwise help you to feel connected without being hurt or overwhelmed. Or it could be that you feel tense, worried, or hopeless, creating a sense of discconect or difficulty to focus or concentrate.

If any of these feelings or experiences seem relatable to you, you are not alone. These are common reasons to seek therapy or assessment.

I value authenticity and transparency. I know how hard it can be to find the right professional who gets you and can help you be your authentic self. 

Living and relating to neurodivergent individuals has given me a deeper understanding than professional experience alone. But my work as a psychologist is informed by the research (evidence based practice and practice based evidence). Whether it’s therapy or assessment, I work with you as an individual, collaboratively and honestly.

Uncovering your identity can be exciting, challenging, validating, scary. It can be filled with compassion and acceptance but it can also be a journey of unlearning, sadness, frustration, anger. Understanding your needs, your rights, and using your voice is an individual process.

What is the scientific-practitioner approach?

As a Psychologist I utilise trans diagnostic therapeutic modalities that have a research-backed evidence base to support mental wellbeing. What that means is that I take an approach informed by clinical judgement in the integration of compassion focussed therapy, acceptance commitment therapy – whatever is suited to supporting my client. To ensure that we are moving together in the right direction, I also utilise practice-based evidence, to monitor outcomes and ensure that my practice is grounded in the context of culture and community that best supports the individual.    


Master of Clinical Psychology, University of Southern Queensland

Bachelor of Science (Honours) (Psychology), University of Southern Queensland

Graduate Diploma Psychology, Charles Sturt University

Graduate Certificate in Autism Studies, Griffith University

AHPRA PSY0002586507 Psychologist
Clinical Psychology Registrar

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Continuing Professional Development in 2024:

I completed Basic Training in EMDR in February with EMDRAA in Brisbane. I will then be practicing under the supervision of an experienced EMDRAA Accredited Consultant, Psychologist, autism advocate, and neurodiversity affirming EMDR collaborator and researcher. I will complete the EMDR training in April-May 2024 and will then be qualified as an EMDR Therapist and eligible for full membership of EMDRAA.   

Some of my Continuing Professional Development in 2024:

✼ Australian ADHD Professionals Association (AADPA) Conference, July

✼ Yellow Ladybugs Autistic Girls and Gender Diverse Conference, June

✼ EMDRAA Conference, May

✼ Australian Association of Psychologists Conference, April

✼ I’ve completed Neurodiversity Affirming Practice training with: Monique Mitchelson (Clinical Psychologist and Board Approved Supervisor), Michelle Livock (Clinical Neuropsychologist), Allison Haynes (Ed & Dev Psychologist), Marie Camin (Psychologist), Adina Levy (Speech and Language Therapist), Kate Kleinau (Occupational Therapist), Annie Crowe (Human Rights Lawyer), Sandhya Menon (Ed & Dev Psychologist) and currently supervised by a ND-Affirming Senior Clinical Psychologist Board Approved Supervisor.

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Victoria with her dog, a miniature schnauzer