General Psychologist (Health)
Practitioner, Cancer Wellbeing Centre
Kate is dedicated to delivering collaborative, evidence-based care, working with her clients to both reduce distress and achieve their health and other life goals.
Kate works Tuesdays and Wednesdays and is currently taking new clients. She is a warm, empathic Health Psychologist who really enjoys helping clients to enhance their quality-of-life. Kate has a special interest in working with young adults who are living with acute or chronic health problems.
Grief and Loss
Disordered Eating & Body-Image related difficulties
Postgraduate Diploma in Health Psychology, Master of Science (Health Psychology), Post Graduate Diploma in Science (Health Psychology), Bachelor of Science (Psychology)
Kate recognises that meaningful change and coping looks different for everyone and values working collaboratively with clients to figure out a way forward, in a way that makes sense for them. Kate works from an individualised approach drawing largely from Cognitive-behavioural therapy, Mindfulness and Acceptance-based approaches. Having a strong commitment to evidence- based practices, Kate complements her clinical work by supervising psychologists in the health field.