Stephanie

Registered Provisional Psychologist

Stephanie began working at Brain Therapy Centre in 2018 after completing her Undergraduate Degree in Psychology from the University of South Australia. Since then, she has completed her Graduate Diploma of Advanced Psychology through Monash University and her Masters in Professional Psychology from the University of New England.

Stephanie is a Registered Provisional Psychologist with the Australian Practitioner Health Regulation Agency. Stephanie prioritises individuality in intervention and aims to guide clients toward their goals and implement techniques that facilitate change. From managing obstacles in daily life to improving and maintaining mental health, Stephanie hopes to empower her clients to reach their full potential. She takes a warm and non-judgemental person-centred approach to counselling using a range of evidence-based modalities including:

Stephanie also enjoys conducting psychoeducational assessments and identifying learning styles by highlighting individual strengths and weakness, beneficial for support with study. In particular, she has a keen interest in evaluating and supporting children, adolescents and adults experiencing Specific Learning Disabilities such as Dyslexia, Dysgraphia and Dyscalculia.

During her time working, studying and volunteering in the field, Stephanie has had the opportunity to work with clients individually and in group settings. She has gained experience working with children, adolescents, adults and people with ADHD, Autism and varying levels of cognition.

Stephanie is available to provide treatment to those with a NDIS plan right away and has an interest in supporting clients with difficulties in the following areas: