Clinical Supervision

As we all know, clinical supervision is a collaborative process that is integral to our training and professional development and identity as psychologists, whatever our stage of career.

I strive to provide a warm, safe, and welcoming space in supervision for you to discuss cases, reflect on your work, share your vulnerabilities as a clinician, and to develop yourself and your practice.

I really enjoy working with other Psychologists and offer supervision for ongoing professional development, as well as supervision for endorsement as a Clinical Psychologist.

I am an AHPRA certified supervisor of the 6+2 Clinical Psychology training pathway (Registrar Program).

Our practice also runs a monthly peer supervision group, which you can access if you attend individual supervision with me.

A little about me…

I really enjoy supervising early career psychologists as well as experienced psychologists.

I currently work one day a week as a university clinic supervisor for students in their 5th year of the Master of Professional Psychology (MPP), and Master of Clinical Psychology (MCP) programs.

I have had many students on placement over the years – these have mainly been 6th year MCP students. I have also been a primary and secondary supervisor for the MCP registrar program (years 7 and 8).

I mainly offer supervision on a Wednesday via Telehealth however I am also available for supervision on other days in my office in Terrigal.

I am a Clinical Psychologist who has worked in private clinical psychology practice since the early 2000s. I work with a wide range of individuals – including those seeking symptom reduction through short-term interventions, as well as longer-term therapy for more complex presentations.

I have worked in public health and educational settings – including child and adolescent mental health, and adult mental health (public sector inpatient mental health hospital and in a community mental health team), and as a therapist on university-based clinical trials focussed on the assessment and treatment of anxiety and depression, and child behaviour problems and parenting.

Presently, most of my work is psychotherapy with older adolescents and adults. I am primarily CBT-trained but am integrative in my approach and draw from different models including CBT, CFT, Schema-focussed, ACT, DBT, and attachment literature. I am trained in and regularly use EMDR therapy and hold the ANZAED Eating Disorder accreditation.

I am experienced with most aspects of owning a small business and running a small group practice, and love to support others in their work. If you are interested in meeting with me, I would welcome the opportunity to talk further. My email is