Kate is an open and collaborative clinical psychologist with extensive experience and a passion for working with clients across the lifespan. Her goal is to support and help empower clients to most effectively navigate and grow through life’s challenges and inevitable ups and downs. She is genuinely curious about people’s individual stories and what motivates them, to support them on this journey.
Kate completed her Master in Clinical Psychology at Macquarie University and has experience as a clinical psychologist in a variety of settings including private practice, research, hospitals, and schools. Kate works with adolescents and adults experiencing many different types of issues including anxiety and panic, depression, anger issues, life transitions, workplace and study stress, relationship and communication difficulties, sleeping problems, self-esteem issues, and burnout.
Kate provides individually tailored, evidence-based approaches and strategies to assist clients in gaining a better understanding of themselves, their difficulties and developing effective ways to managing and responding to these. She primarily works within Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness and Schema Therapy frameworks. These approaches empower clients to develop a greater understanding of their thoughts, feelings and actions, their impacts, and developing new and helpful ways of responding.
Kate works at The Mind Clinic every Monday through to Thursday.