Bachelor of Behavioural Science, Bachelor of Psychology, Master in Science (Health Psychology), Diploma of Professional Psychology, Member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS).
Emily’s bubbly and friendly nature tends to establish a warm and genuine professional relationship that fosters trust and comfort for her clients, which she believes is paramount in order to achieve successful therapy. Emily’s clients have described her as warm and genuine in her approach and often describe feelings of comfort and trust very early on in therapy.
Emily’s therapeutic approach is grounded in neuroscience, cognitive-behavioural theories (CBT and CBT-E for Eating Disorders), acceptance and mindfulness-based sciences (ACT), and positive psychology. Emily also adopts narrative and interpersonal therapy (IPT), and the Gottman Method of Relationship Therapy.
Personal Strengths and Passions
Emily often describes feeling very privileged to work with clients to facilitate positive change and to practice at Positive Wellbeing Psychology, delivering online psychology at our Melbourne psychology clinic.