Brooke is a psychologist with a background in the not-for-profit mental health and LGBTIQ health sectors. Brooke’s experience and training taught her early on the importance of collaboration and exploration in therapy and her chosen modalities are those that centre these as values.
Within this context Brooke enjoys working with people to identify their values, goals and desires for therapy then weaving together modalities that may work for each person such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Eye Movement and Desensitisation Therapy (EMDR), Internal Family Systems (IFS) and Narrative therapy as well as somatic and sensorimotor processing techniques.
While Brooke works with people with a wide range of concerns, Brooke has specialised interest and training in the area of healing post-trauma including the complexities of shame, fear, identity, powerlessness, anxiety and depression. Brooke also has a strong background in the area of sexual and gender identity including minority stress, coming out issues and working with people living with HIV.
Private practice psychologist (Glebe Medical Centre/Genki Centre/Open Dialogue Psychotherapy)
Western Sydney Partners in Recovery
The Compeer Program
Matthew Talbot Hostel
Brooke has worked as a psychologist, counsellor, care coordinator/case manager, program manager and trainer across the mental health sector
areas of interest
Brooke works with adults (age 20+)
Trauma (including PTSD, complex trauma, attachment wounds)
Sexuality and gender identity
Relationships (including relationship to self)
Registered Psychologist (AHPRA)
Diploma Professional Practice in Psychology (2 year post-graduate qualification)
Bachelor Social Science (Psychology) (Honours)
Bachelor of Psychological Science
Mon 10am – 6pm
Thurs 10am – 6pm