I am passionate about helping women at various stages of their life as they navigate the challenges that life brings. Women experience anxiety and depression at higher rates than men and are often the people doing the caring. When it comes to caring for themselves, a lot of the time women put themselves last.

There’s simply not enough time to even wash your hair or eat anything more than the crusts of a sandwich some days, let alone do something that feels as self-indulgent as seeking therapy from a professional!

The perinatal and postnatal periods are times in a woman’s life where anxiety and depression become even more prevalent. It is so important to have support and to feel that you are able to express all that you feel in a safe and non judgemental environment.

The menopause is also a time with so much psychological adaptation as well as the physical changes that occur. This time is complex and it is not often spoken about in a way that fosters self-compassion and acceptance. I am passionate about helping women at all stages of life, to live according to their values.


What fees can I expect?

Fees are payable at the time of your appointment. Face to face appointments require payment, in person, at your visit. This payment can be made via credit card, debit card or EFTPOS. Telehealth consultations also require payment at the time of your visit via credit card. Once payment is made, you will be issued with an invoice including the item number for the service provided and my provider number. This will allow you to access a Medicare Rebate for your session.

Medicare rebates can be obtained by using the Express Plus Medicare App or via your Medicare Online Account on mygov. Visit our fees and referral page for more.

Are there appointments available out of work hours?

Typical opening hours are from 8-5pm. Telehealth appointments are available and after hours appointments can be arranged on occasion by speaking with me directly.

Marriage Therapy

Whilst I do not currently offer couple’s counselling, I do offer individual psychotherapy that can help with challenges within your relationship. Quite frequently, by working on ourselves and developing our self knowledge we can help improve relationships with others, including our spousal or romantic partners…