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Courtney is an empathetic, committed, and collaborative psychologist with a passion for providing client-centred treatment for children, adolescents, and caregivers.

She also has experience working with adults presenting with a range of mental health challenges, including anxiety, depression, grief, chronic pain, sleep disorders, specific phobias, OCD, and adjustment disorders.   

Within a warm and non-judgemental space, Courtney embraces various therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Solution Focused therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), interventions drawn from Positive Psychology. She is an accredited facilitator of the international evidence-based 'Circle of Security' (COS-P) attachment-based parenting program, having guided parenting groups to support caregivers, and thereby their children. 

Courtney hopes to assist her clients to reach their best potential, whilst focusing on each client’s individual strengths, intuition, and life experience to bring about effective change.    

Since completing her Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) at the University of New South Wales, Courtney has worked in hospital, private and school settings.  

Expertise and areas of interest 

Anxiety disorders  

Depression  

ADHD  

School related stress  

School refusal 

Parenting difficulties  

Trauma  

Self-esteem and assertiveness  

Chronic pain 

Managing life transitions  

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Courtney is available for face to face and telehealth sessions across the lifespan.

Treatment modalities

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT

Solution Focused Therapy 

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy  (ACT)

Positive Psychology  

Qualifications

Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) at UNSW  

Registration and Certification

Registered Psychologist (AHPRA)

Trained Circle of Security Facilitator  

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