Emma is an approachable and passionate Psychologist who has experience in a range of clinical settings, including Willoughby Tresillian Residential Unit and the Centre for Emotional Health at Macquarie University. Emma completed her postgraduate training in Clinical Psychology at Macquarie University. Her dissertation focused on attachment theory and parental mentalisation. Emma is a member of the APS (Australian Psychologist Society), the APS Perinatal and Infant Psychology Interest Group and the Australian Association for Infant Mental Health.
Emma’s therapeutic approach is to work collaboratively with individuals in a safe and non-judgemental environment. Emma tailors her treatment approach to work flexibly based on individual needs and preferences, while incorporating therapies with a strong evidence base. Clients value the safe and nurturing environment that Emma provides for them, allowing them to build the skills they need to overcome difficulties, experience joy and improve their wellbeing.