Meg is a registered Psychologist and a Clinical Psychology Registrar with the Psychology Board of Australia, and also a member of the Australian Psychology Society. She holds a Masters of Psychology (Clinical) and a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Psychology.
Meg has broad experience working with families and individuals across the lifespan, with a particular focus on young people and older aged adults. She is committed to providing a safe and confidential space for individuals to share their deepest concerns. Meg highly values extending respect, authenticity, curiosity and compassion when supporting clients to bring meaning to their lives and to achieve their personal goals. She is trained in evidence-based assessment and treatment, including but not limited to anxiety, depression, perinatal/postpartum depression and anxiety, grief and loss, trauma, school/work-based stress, attachment ruptures between parent and child, chronic illness, and relationship challenges.
Meg’s passion lies in instilling hope and building confidence in the individual. She will support the individual to successfully manage life’s challenges utilising coping strategies that align with the individual’s own set of values and skill sets. Meg has worked in both public and private settings, working in schools, child protection, suicide prevention services and private practice. These experiences have allowed Meg to develop the skills required to work with complex presentations while collaborating with relevant stakeholders.
Her practice is best considered as an integrative approach and is informed by various modalities such as Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Schema Therapy, attachment-based therapy, Narrative Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Meg understands that determining the right fit between treatment and client requires flexibility and collaboration between herself and the