Hi, I'm Sophie
Lovely to see you’ve reached this point in your journey. Taking the first step to seek help is often the hardest part!
I view mental health through a philosophical lens of what it is to live a dignified and purposeful existence. While addressing distress is important, I believe it equally important to foster dreams and goals to minimise distress re-occurring.
I value working collaboratively with clients to achieve optimal mental health. I love helping clients to identify barriers to growth and to help them achieve their personal goals.
Sophie's ready to help you improve your mental health.
Sophie is a registered psychologist with a Master in Education and Developmental Psychology from the University of Melbourne. Her research focused on motivation and the preconditions for optimal wellbeing and development.
Her training is integrative, evidence-based and incorporates cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and solution-focused therapy, as well as strengths-based and mindfulness approaches.
Sophie has a background in working with children and young people across Government and private settings. Sophie has supported these clients by working together on social skills development, emotional issues (depression, anxiety and anger), understanding individual differences and executive functioning.
Sophie has also treated adults for stress, anxiety and depression. Further, she has experience in supporting people in life transitions, such as school or vocational changes. She can help people understand themselves and achieve personal goals if they have neurodiversity, such as ADHD, Autism or a learning difference.
Areas of experience
Learn more about the various mental health challenges that Sophie can help you with.