Katrina completed her Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology-Honours) in 2014 is an Associate Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), and extends her professional links through groups such as the Mental Health Practitioner’s Network.
Her experiences across the lifespan have developed Katrina’s ability to meet clients where they are and provide real options to support their wellbeing and development. From toddlers in foster families, teenagers negotiating adolescence, adults struggling with unemployment, or physical and psychological health challenges in later life, Katrina has supported people through life’s and downs.
She draws on a range of methods across Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Neurofeedback. Katrina also has a particular interest in creative therapies such as child-centred play therapy and sand tray work. Katrina is also qualified to present ‘1-2-3 Magic and Emotion Coaching’ training to parents or teachers, and enjoys sharing techniques to improve mindfulness, stress reduction, and relaxation. She is also available for assessments related to schooling, developmental challenges, and emotional health.
Katrina is passionate about empowering her clients to make changes and equipping them with the tools needed to face challenging situations in the future. Her person-centred approach ensures patients feel heard and supported throughout their treatment.