BSocSc (Psych), PGradDipPsych, MClinPsych, MAPS
Clients: Adults & Older Adults
Fiona is a registered clinical psychologist with specialist training in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of mental illness, in addition to general counselling. She has worked extensively in both the public and private mental health sectors as well as the Department of Education. Her work is informed by evidence-based and insight-oriented practices such as cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness, motivational interviewing, psychodynamic therapy, feminist perspectives, and the neurodiversity paradigm. Treatment is tailored to each individual’s needs in a collaborative and non-judgemental space where individuals can explore their concerns. Fiona strives to empower individuals to make their own choices, to identify strengths, and to develop the confidence and skills to improve their lives and achieve their goals.
Fiona works with adults 18+ across a wide variety of conditions, including but not limited to anxiety/panic and depression, stress management, sleep difficulties, grief and loss, adjustment and life transition issues, self-esteem and assertiveness issues, personal growth and development, and workplace stress and professional burnout. She has a particular interest in:
- Anxiety / panic / 'stress'
- Adjustment and life transition issues
- Self-esteem and assertiveness
- Autistic (currently not offering assessments) and neurodivergent women / transgender / gender diverse people
Fiona welcomes LGBQTIA+ and gender diverse people. She provides neurodiversity-affirming practice.
Fiona is also registered to provide supervision to psychologists undertaking the clinical registrar program.