Emily is a psychologist who is passionate about walking alongside people as they make meaningful changes in their lives. She takes a feedback-informed approach to therapy to best meet each person’s individual needs in a therapeutic environment that is accepting of difficult emotions and allows their genuine self to be seen and validated. Emily flexibly uses a range of evidence-based therapeutic modalities including: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT).
Emily completed her Masters in Clinical Psychology at UNSW. For the research component of this degree, she investigated the role of perfectionism in perinatal anxiety and depression. She has an interest in treating a range of issues including: insomnia, emotional dysregulation, perinatal mental health problems, eating and body-image difficulties, perfectionism, and adjustment problems. She also has experience working with people with psychotic experiences, and in running groups for mindfulness and chronic pain management. Emily hopes that her clients will leave therapy with greater self-compassion and confidence in their ability to manage challenges in their lives.