Tracey is a warm, compassionate and insightful therapist who has worked in both private and public mental health, supporting people experiencing a range of mental health challenges, for over 20 years. Tracey is a Credentialed Mental Health Nurse and a Psychotherapist / Counsellor, currently working in private practice and a school setting.
Tracey has gained specialised expertise in understanding and supporting women and their families in the perinatal period, during her years working in the Mother-Baby Unit at St John of God Hospital. In this setting, she supported many women and their families using both individual and group approaches.
Tracey’s work is informed by evidenced-based therapies, including ACT, CBT, DBT, Schema, Mindfulness, and attachment frameworks. She is also a Registered Circle of Security educator and considers this attachment-informed framework to be a wonderful guide to understanding ourselves and children’s needs.
Tracey is very passionate and committed to supporting women and their families in all areas perinatally, to feel more empowered and hopeful during a time of immense change, adjustment and often, vulnerability.