BPsych (Hons), MPsych (Clin), MAPS
Rebecca is a registered psychologist who has completed her Master of Clinical Psychology at Queensland University of Technology.
During her Honours year of study Rebecca facilitated the RAP-A-ASD Program (Resourceful Adolescent Program), which aims to build resilience and promote positive mental health outcomes in adolescents with Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC). Throughout this time she also conducted neuroscience research at the Translational Research Institute, investigating fear and anxiety pathways in the brain.
Rebecca continues to work in the field of health psychology, assisting individuals suffering from chronic diseases such as cystic fibrosis and adult congenital heart disease. Part of her work focuses on assisting young people to transition from the Queensland Children’s Hospital to the adult hospital setting. She has also worked in severe adult mental health, assisting adults who suffer from severe anxiety, depression, and psychoses. Rebecca has experience in conducting a range of cognitive assessments in both children and adults.
Rebecca believes in the importance of working with an individual’s strengths and resources to improve their quality of life. She takes a warm, empathic, and non-judgemental approach to working with her clients and their families. She believes strongly in collaboration, and providing strategies based on a range of evidence-based techniques.
Rebecca is flexible, curious, and creative in her approach to work.