Brigitte is a genuine, friendly, and approachable psychologist, who hopes to make the experience of seeking support as welcoming and comfortable as possible. Brigitte knows that seeing a psychologist can be a daunting and anxiety-provoking experience at first.


• Bachelor of Health Science (Psychology and Nutrition)
• Graduate Diploma of Psychology
• Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology


• AHPRA Registration Number: PSY0001815296
• Member of the Australian Psychological Society
• Member of Australia and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders (ANZED)
• Credentialed Eating Disorder Clinician


Brigitte as a practising psychologist, is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). As a psychologist in clinical practice, Brigitte adheres to the professional codes of the Australian Psychological Society and Psychologists Registration Board of Victoria.

Therapeutic Approach

Brigitte tailors the therapy approach to meet the individual needs of her clients whilst drawing on evidence-based approaches that have been shown to restore balance in life. With a client-centred approach to therapy, Brigitte strives first to ensure that clients feel listened to and heard. She also encourages using strategies to support the individual’s improvement in both mental health and well-being.


Brigitte has been described by her clients as down-to-earth and easy to talk to due to her warm and relatable presence. She knows how to have a laugh and shares a close relationship with her clients.


Through working closely and collaboratively with her clients, Brigitte assists clients to live a life aligned with their values and goals; she wants to see her clients living according to their full potential and authentic self.

Experience and Interests

Brigitte is experienced in working with adults, children, adolescents, and their families within private practice and school settings.


Brigitte’s main areas of expertise:


• Women’s health issues (including PCOS)
• Eating disorders
• Body image
• Transition into motherhood
• Postnatal depression
• Adjustment to major life changes
• Anxiety
• Stress and burnout
• Panic
• Sleep difficulties
• Low self-esteem
• University or work-related stress
• Emotion dysregulation


Brigitte’s special interest has evolved into women’s health issues, such as fertility issues and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).


Brigitte has worked on numerous research studies in her Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology, including investigating the body image relationship between mother and daughter and social comparisons in children and body image. In addition to conducting research on body image, Brigitte has contributed to a published book on health psychology topics, specifically around body image and mental health.


Brigitte adopts a holistic approach with other health professionals, such as Dieticians and General Practitioners, and tailors the therapy around meeting the individual needs of the person.


Brigitte’s practice is informed by a range of evidence-based approaches, in particular drawing from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT and CBT-E for Eating Disorders), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Solution Focused Therapy (SFT) and Mindfulness Meditation.

Personal Interests

Brigitte absolutely loves spending time with her family and friends, especially receiving hugs from her babies, both her human baby and fur baby. Brigitte enjoys exploring and seeing new things, from discovering a café or restaurant tucked away to taking a spontaneous drive and making it into a day trip.

Personal Strengths and Passions

Brigitte is passionate about supporting her clients in being true to themselves and living an authentic life. Brigitte is described as empathetic and welcomes all individuals openly, knowing that they deserve to be respected and heard.

Make An Appointment

Brigitte is not accepting new clients as she is on maternity leave.

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