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Professional Bio

Danielle is an enthusiastic and compassionate psychologist who enjoys working collaboratively with people of all backgrounds across a variety of mental health concerns. Her approach is patient-centered where treatment is based on an individualised plan employing an adjusted and empirically-valid application of psychology. She aims to work with her clients to reduce life suffering, cultivate resilience and coping and move towards psychological wellbeing.


Danielle has acquired experience treating a wide range of mental health issues across a broad spectrum of age groups in a variety of settings  which  include  both  public  and  private health sectors. Danielle is primarily trained in Cognitive- Behavioural Therapy however she integrates other associated models of  psychological therapy  into  her  practice including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Brain-based Therapy, Schema Therapy and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy.


Danielle’s qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in Psychology with Honours and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology. She has been involved with research investigating visual scanpath abnormalities and automatic classification of trait schizotypy and latent schizophrenia and is currently participating   in   the   empirical   investigation   of   Orthorexia Nervosa as a unique diagnostic category of disordered eating.


Danielle is a regular contributor and commentator in national publications including Australian Women’s Weekly, Health & Fitness, Psychology Today, Mindful Parenting, Elle, Cleo and Cosmopolitan Magazine. In addition, she appears regularly on prime radio programs including The Hook Up, The Hack and The Thinkergirls. In addition, she has appeared on prime News broadcasts and The Morning Show. 

Danielle is a registered Clinical Psychologist with AHPRA and has general registration under Medicare. She also maintains associated memberships with the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA).

Danielle  does  not  provide  neuropsychological assessment, medicolegal reports, family or child (under 16 Years) therapy however she has appropriate providers whom she feels comfortable referring to if these services are requested.

"Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom." _Viktor Frankl

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