Read more about my specialist psychology services
My therapy of choice is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). It’s a form of cognitive and behavioural therapy that focusses on thoughts, feelings and actions and helps you live a life you value.
I’m also trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) along with Circle of Security (CoS) interventions and Motivational Interviewing (MIT).
Unless you’ve had therapy before, this is probably all gobbledygook to you. Don’t worry – I will explain how it all works in detail when we meet. Just know it’s not invasive, but it makes you think about your behaviour and current situation quite deeply.
With a personal interest in gifted individuals and their families, I conduct a small range of cognitive assessments including IQ tests for Early Entry. I strive to help you understand your child (or yourself) better. Being gifted isn’t easy for anyone – until you know you are and get the skills to handle your higher intellect (and your family learns how to support you).
Difficulties I can help you with
I work with children, adults and veterans who feel they are stuck in a rut and are experiencing a rough spot. This includes:
- Being gifted
- General stress management
- Bipolar disorder
- Work issues
- Child behaviour problems
- Parenting difficulties
- Health and well-being
What I don’t do
If you’re currently engaged in, or likely to enter into a court case (including worker’s compensation cases) I don’t have the required expertise in forensic psychology to help you.
I also don’t have the necessary expertise in couples or family therapy, so I don’t accept referrals for couples or families. I can, however, refer you to fully qualified specialists.
Book your appointment today
If you’re ready to start psychology, or you’ve been referred through from your GP, there’s no time like right now to book your appointment. The hardest part is taking that first leap to reach out for help.