M.Psych (Clin), B.Psych (Hons), B. PsychSc, MAPS
Rebecca is a Clinical Psychologist that has worked in a variety of settings, including government, not-for-profit, and private practice. She completed her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology at the University of Adelaide and was awarded the Australian Psychological Society Prize, which recognizes academic excellence in psychology.
Rebecca has a compassionate, understanding and empathetic approach to therapy. She takes time to provide a safe space for you to connect and work collaboratively together. Rebecca focuses on creating a deep and non-judgemental understanding of one’s unique self, whilst teaching new skills for change. In this process she uses a variety of evidence-based approaches, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness, and Schema Therapy. She also maintains a broad focus, connecting not just with the current problem at hand, but also with previous life experiences that may have contributed. This allows Rebecca to help people overcome both newly developed emotional problems, as well as more pervasive and long-standing negative life patterns.
Whilst Rebecca works with a wide variety of presentations, she is particularly interested in working with people with chronic illness (e.g. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Lyme Disease etc.) from an integrative perspective to reduce symptoms and improve their quality of life.
In general, Rebecca works with adults with the following:
* Please note Rebecca does not engage with WorkCover claims or Medico-Legal reports.