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MEET Katherine

Clinical Psychologist (AHPRA)

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Katherine (she/her) is an experienced and attuned Clinical Psychologist, holding a Masters of Clinical Psychology (UTS) and an Honours degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences - Psychology (University of Sydney). She is passionate about resilience and authenticity, considering these essential components of human flourishing. Within a welcoming space, Katherine values working in partnership with clients to explore their personal history and meet their present needs. She fosters an environment of wisdom, candour and self-reflection in order to promote meaningful change and wellbeing. 


Katherine has extensive experience working in community mental health, in areas such as sexual health, interpersonal assault, complex trauma, pain management and substance dependence. She draws on multiple evidenced-based treatments including ACT, CBT,  DBT, Schema, and Mindfulness-based interventions. Katherine works primarily from a relational framework, which acknowledges that the relationships we have with others often impact the connection we have with ourselves. She is currently offering appointments in Darlington, Sydney.

Clinical EXPERtise

Trauma and post-traumatic stress

Depression and mood disorders
Anxiety and anxiety-related disorders

Sexual and reproductive health

Managing complex family dynamics

Issues related to addictions

Body dissatisfaction

Pain management 
Emotional dysregulation
Interpersonal challenges
Stress and burnout
Adjustment to life changes

Grief, loss and bereavement

Self-esteem and identity

Perfectionism and related procrastination
Assertiveness training

areas of interest

Trauma healing 

Survivors of childhood adversity

Relationship difficulties and boundaries

Complex family dynamics

Managing overwhelming emotions

LGBTQIA+ identifying people

Chronic health conditions (e.g. HIV+)


Registered Clinical Psychologist (AHPRA)

Master of Clinical Psychology (University of Technology, Sydney)

First Class Honours in Psychology (University of Sydney)

Bachelor Liberal Arts and Science - Psychology (University of Sydney)


Monday (face-to-face in Darlington)

Tuesday (telehealth)

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