Dee is a clinical psychologist, who is warm, compassionate and empathetic, with over three decades of experience. She specialises in working with adults, couples, and parents, offering them a collaborative, non-judgmental, and secure environment to help navigate complex life issues.
Dee’s extensive expertise covers a broad range of concerns, including:
– Couple Therapy
– Perinatal Loss
– Parental Anxiety and Stress
– Adjustment to Separation and Divorce
– Interpersonal Difficulties
– Grief and Loss
Dee’s approach to fostering authentic, connected, and meaningful relationships is grounded in evidence-based practices. She utilises a diverse set of therapeutic interventions, including Psychodynamic and Systemic approaches, Attachment-based therapies, Gottman Method Couples Therapy, Multigenerational Family Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, to guide her clients towards transformative change.
Committed to guiding individuals, couples, and parents in resolving internal conflicts, navigating the intricate landscape of grief and loss, and exploring unresolved patterns of interaction, Dee empowers her clients to make meaningful changes in their lives.
Dee has completed a Bachelor of Social Work (Honours), a Higher Diploma in Adult Education, a Master of Family Therapy, a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and a Master of Clinical Psychology.
Her experience has included working in hospitals, mental health settings, private practice and schools in South Africa, Canada and Australia. Dee is an AHPRA Board-approved Supervisor and is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society.