Rachel is an empathic Clinical Psychologist, who enjoys working with people with a wide range of issues around pregnancy. These might include mood and worry issues, as well as distress, trauma and loss.
Rachel is focused on compassionate and collaborative approaches to treatment. She aims to alleviate distress, resolve problems and increase wellbeing. Her training enables her to work in a flexible and responsive way, with a range of theoretical and evidence-based therapeutic approaches. She draws on the most appropriate approaches, according to your needs and preferences. This might include cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), compassion–focused therapy (CFT), attachment theory, mindfulness and behavioural family therapy.
Rachel has aMaster of Psychology from Monash University, a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Liverpool University (UK), and further training in Cognitive Therapy (ManchesterUniversity, UK). Rachel works with the Gidget Foundation Start Talking program and in private practice in South Australia.