BPsych (Hons), MPsych (Clin), MAPS
“Vulnerability is not weakness, it’s our greatest measure of courage” – Brene Brown
Brittnee is a Psychologist who has worked in university outpatient, education, and hospital settings with a range of mental health concerns including mood and anxiety disorders, neurodevelopmental disorders, disrupted attachment and complex trauma, postpartum psychiatric disorders, psychosis, eating disorders and personality disorders.
Brittnee is attachment focused and trauma informed and has a passion for working within the perinatal period. She has worked in a mother-baby mental health unit where she supported mothers experiencing severe and complex mental health concerns in the postpartum period.
She is also currently completing a PhD, where her research has primarily been in evaluating attachment-based interventions, and supporting the development of attachment measurement tools.
How Brittnee can help you:
Brittnee has a warm and non-judgemental approach. She practices with empathy, humour and authenticity to support her clients in making meaningful change in their lives.
Areas of Interest:
• Complex and developmental trauma
• Perinatal mental health and related disorders
• Personality disorders
• Eating and Body Image Issues
• Anxiety disorders
• Mood disorders
• Emotion regulation difficulties
She is also available for:
• Assessments of academic achievement, cognitive abilities, memory, and personality.
• Psychological reports for funding or educational support applications.
Types of therapy used:
Brittnee is attachment focused and trauma informed and applies an integrative approach that is informed by:
• Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
• Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
• Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
• Schema Therapy
Member of the Australian Psychological Society