Kylie is a clinical psychologist with over twenty years’ experience. Kylie’s approach to clinical work is respectful, caring and collaborative. She will listen, really listen; so that you feel heard and understood. Kylie will work with you to develop a treatment plan that focuses on what’s important to you and brings together her understanding of psychological strategies and your understanding of what will work for you.
Kylie is a Registered Psychologist and Supervisor with the Psychology Board of Australia, a Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and Fellow of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists. Kylie is also a Member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) and a MINT Certified Trainer. Kylie holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Master of Psychology (Clinical), and PhD (Mental Health).
Anxiety is the experience of feeling overwhelmed with worry. Anxiety can come out of the blue, or it can feel like a constant and unhelpful presence. Dr Kylie works with women experiencing panic attacks, overwhelming daily anxiety (Generalised Anxiety Disorder), social anxiety or anxiety about their health.
Dr Kylie works with people experiencing illness or recovering from injury who want to make changes to improve their lifelong wellbeing. Kylie also has experience in working with people for weight management, and those considering bariatric surgery.
If you’ve experienced a traumatic or highly stressful event, you may find that it is impacting on your daily life. For some, the world does not feel safe anymore, and for others they find themselves avoiding people and the activities they used to enjoy. Dr Kylie works with adult women who have experienced trauma, including childhood trauma.