I have been a registered psychologist since 2010 and have worked primarily in universities and private practice.  I have worked with a wide range of personal and mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, family issues, grief and loss, sexual abuse, adjustment, stress management, self esteem and self worth, assertiveness and boundaries, coping with queerphobia, and increasing self compassion.

I have extensive experience working with people in the queer community (including gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, pansexual, intersex, asexual and non-binary people).  I have also provided training in LGBTIQA+ awareness, and supervision to counsellors and psychologists working with queer and questioning people.  I understand the barriers to accessing services that marginalised people face, and have found that people are most able to work through difficulties when provided with warm, compassionate, non-judgmental support. I continue to increase my awareness of structural oppression, and I strive to be anti-oppressive, safe, and genuinely open to and appreciative of feedback in our work together. I don’t think you should have to educate your therapist about your sexuality, gender, body or relationship structures, or the ways in which these are marginalised in our society.


I am a non-Indigenous, white, cisgendered, able-bodied, allistic, middle class, pansexual/queer woman and mum.


  • Masters degree in Psychology (Counselling Psychology)
  • Bachelor of Science (with Honours in Psychology)
  • Bachelor of Arts with majors in History and English 

Professional Memberships

  • Fully registered member of the Psychology Board of Australia through the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
  • Board Approved Supervisor with AHPRA
  • Full member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)

 If you would like to work together, you are welcome to book online.