Emma is a Provisional Psychologist who holds a Bachelor of Behavioural Studies (Psychology) with Distinction and a Graduate Diploma of Psychology (Honours with Distinction). Her research analysed the predictive factors that affect desire for cosmetic procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic. She is a current Associate Member of the Australian Psychological Society.
Emma works compassionately with clients to help identify their strengths and create meaningful change. She seeks to provide a safe, nurturing and inclusive space for clients to explore what’s on their mind. She takes privilege in listening to each clients’ stories, believes profoundly in each person as an individual with their own personal experiences and looks forward to supporting them in re-writing their own narrative.
Emma has a background working with adults rehabilitate from psychological injuries including PTSD, depression, anxiety and adjustment disorders. Emma uses a variety of evidence-based person centered approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and self-compassion Therapy.
When not at Morayfield Psychology Centre, Emma enjoys keeping fit with daily yoga practice, playing soccer and going to the beach with her two young kids.