EXPERIENCE & APPROACH
Fiona has over 14 years experience as a Clinical Psychologist working with
adults, children, adolescents, young people and parents. She has worked in
numerous settings, including hospital, community mental health and private practice. The majority of her experience has been working with adolescents, young people and their families who present with anxiety, mood disorders, psychosis, trauma, chronic pain, and emotion dysregulation.
Fiona is interested in assisting adults and young people to improve all aspects of their mental health, wellbeing and relationships. Fiona’s approach is informed by Family Systems Theory and mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapies, such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Fiona has a special interest in working with the unique challenges related to either being a twin or multiple or parenting multiples (being a parent of multiples herself).
Fiona has found that more sustainable changes for symptomatic children
occur when parents are included in the treatment. Therefore, Fiona will
always see children and adolescents with one or both parents, or work
exclusively with parents. Fiona has experience working with clients from a
variety of cultural and religious backgrounds.
AVAILABILITY & RATES
$220 per hour. Fiona is an AHPRA registered Clinical Psychologist and can
provide Medicare rebates of up to $126.50/session for clients who have a
Mental Health Care Plan from their GP. Private Health Rebates are also
available (check with your fund).
- Masters of Clinical Psychology (UNSW)
- Bachelor of Science (Psychology) (UNSW)
- Advanced Certificate in Bowen Family Systems Theory (FSI)
- AHPRA approved supervisor for Clinical Psychologists and Clinical Psychology Registrars
- Member of the Australian Psychology Society (APS)
- Fellow of the Clinical College of the APS
- Member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA)
AHPRA no: PSY0001270217
Medicare Provider Number: 2780742T
Accredited to use the PARENT HOPE PROJECT & PARENT CONFIDENCE PROJECT, manualised programs.