Kylie is a Clinical Psychologist, with more than twenty years of experience working with adults and families in NSW Health, and more recently in private practice. She also holds an allied health consultancy position with a community nursing team, which supports vulnerable families with early parenting and promoting healthy infant development.
Kylie offers a compassionate, respectful, and collaborative approach, drawing from a range of evidence-based therapies to best support the individual goals of each person, and all kinds of families. Therapeutic frameworks include CBT, ACT, and Narrative therapy, as well as Family, and Schema therapies. She has a particular interest in parent-child relationship (Attachment Theory) models, including Circle of Security, Emotion Coaching, and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy.
Kylie’s professional interests include perinatal adjustment, anxiety and depression, birth trauma, OCD, early parenting, the parent-infant relationship, and supporting other clinicians as an approved supervisor with the Psychology Board of Australia.