Meet Emma

Emma is a clinical registrar who has experience working across the lifespan and with varied clinical presentations, including anxiety disorders, depression, trauma, developmental disorders, and relational issues. Emma is particularly passionate about working with children, adolescents and families, and with adults who want to improve their daily functioning.

Emma’s approach to treatment is warm, person-centred and collaborative. She believes that therapy is a space where clients should feel comfortable, supported and empowered.

Emma works with an evidence-based therapeutic approach informed by cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), drawing upon dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and interpersonal interventions as needed.

Emma completed her Clinical Masters at the Australian National University and is currently completing her PhD in clinical psychology, focusing on interventions to improve student well-being at universities. Emma has provided evidence-based psychological interventions within the ANU Psychology Clinic, a private practice setting, and the forensic mental health setting.

Prior to her clinical training, Emma worked with children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, with a focus on teaching life skills and appropriate social behaviours.

About Emma

Role: Psychologist

Age Range: Adolescent (12-18), Adult (18+), Children (under 12), Older Persons

Specialities/Interests and Experience: Anxiety, Depression, Developmental Disorders, Interpersonal Issues, Relationship issues, Trauma


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