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My approach is empathetic, person-centred, interactive, collaborative, respectful, research- and science-based, and is designed to treat mental illness, relieve distress, restore and enhance functioning, and prevent relapse.

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Work History

Jun 2015Present

Clinical Psychologist

Ultra Care Medical Centre

Shop 15/17, Mount Annan Market Place, 11-13 Main St, Mount Annan, NSW, 2567

Ph: (02) 4647 1666

Fax: (02) 4648 0441

Oct 2015Present

Clinical Psychologist

Camden South Family Doctors
4/54-60 Flinders Ave, Camden South, NSW, 2570
Phone: (02) 4655 6571

Fax: (02) 4655 3332

Jan 2012Dec 2014

Teaching Fellow

University of Canberra


  • Psychology 101
  • Physiological Psychology
Jan 2011Dec 2011

Project Officer

Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health

Minds in Transition (5-year multi-site longitudinal study)

The aim of this project is to identify the neurocognitive and neuroanatomical precursors of schizophrenia in a population identified to be at “ultra” high risk of developing schizophrenia on the basis of clinical criteria.

  • Project management, including preparation of research grant applications, ethics committee applications and project reports
  • Recruitment of participants
  • Conducting and scoring (baseline, intermediate and final) a battery of clinical, neuropsychological and electrophysiological assessments
  • Data management, entry and analysis
  • Writing of psychological assessment reports
  • Participation in research training and development activities of CRRMH
Jan 2010Jan 2011

Casual Teacher

NSW Department of Education and Communities

Highschool Teacher


Jan 2012Sept 2016

Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology

University of Canberra

My PhD focused on the effectiveness of adventure therapy programs in Australia.


Certificate IV in Training and Assessment 


Certificate IV in Outdoor Recreation

Jan 2010Jan 2011

Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) (Honours) - First Class

Charles Sturt University
Honours Dissertation: Academic buoyancy: Investigating measures and developing a model of undergraduates’ everyday academic resilience
Jan 2006Jan 2009

Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology)/Bachelor of Teaching (Secondary)

Charles Sturt University
Secondary Teaching Specialisation: Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE)

Advanced Diploma of Christian Studies


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Mental Health
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Leadership Development
Program Management
Higher Education
Outdoor Recreation