If you are exploring this information you may be thinking something could be different in your life. It can be helpful to have someone to navigate the change process with you, whether it be addressing significant trauma, personal issues in your life, work or private relationships. As a clinical psychology registrar I have undertaken training to support people experiencing psychological distress, anxiety, depression, the impact of trauma, grief and a range of other issues. I have a particular interest in workplace related psychological distress and suicide risk, focusing on workplace relationships and how people relate. It is my aim to support our first responders in rural and regional areas as that is where I was raised. I welcome an enquiry for an appointment.
Experience has been gained working with members of the Defence Force and their families through the Veterans and Veterans Family Counselling Service (now known as Open Arms). I have also supported individuals admitted to the WA State Adult Burns Unit, Fiona Stanley Hospital. While at the Burns Unit I worked with acute distress experienced by individuals admitted to the hospital. The outpatient service involved a range of issues as trauma affects each person in a unique way; including post traumatic stress, depression, anxiety, and grief and loss.
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