Justine is a registered Psychologist. She has worked in not-for-profit, public and private psychology settings since 2010. She is a warm, compassionate and motivated psychologist who works with primary-aged children, adolescents and adults of all ages. Justine has a transparent and client centred approach which focuses on working with clients to help them clarify what the problem is and make a plan with the client on how to create the desired change, using evidence-based practice.
Treatment follows a cognitive behavioural therapy approach, combined with strategies from interpersonal therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy and solution-focused methods. Therapy is delivered in a format suitable to the individual and their developmental needs and comfort level. Justine can help clients with stress, anxiety, depression, bullying, grief and loss, trauma and eating problems.
Justine has completed workshop training in interpersonal-therapy, solution-focused brief therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy and emotional focused therapy for couples.
Justine often supports clients to develop their self-esteem and reach practical goals in their life, such as gaining employment, taking up a hobby, improving health, starting a course or resolving any other major roadblock in their life.