Some of the areas of difficulties I work with include:
I use a range of evidenced based approaches, including cognitive behavioural therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy as well as developmental, systemic and psychodynamic approaches depending on the needs and goals of the client.
I am registered with AHPRA, a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), an associate member of the APS Clinical College, a member of the Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy and a previous member of the British Psychological Society (BPS).
I offer Medicare rebates and private health funds for sessions. I am also registered to provide sessions through ATAPS.
Catherine graduated from RMIT University in 2005 after completing a five year double degree (Chinese Medicine/ Human Biology).
At a young age, Catherine turned to Chinese Medicine for a health issue that she wanted to treat naturally. Her interest in Chinese Medicine grew through her continued experience of it's benefits, and combined with her passion for helping others, she decided to pursue it as a career. After discovering the benefits for herself, Catherine developed a special interest in women’s health issues from period pain, to fertility and pregnancy support. In her many years of experience, she has also treated patients with a variety of health complaints such as muscular pain, digestive concerns, sleep issues and many other health concerns.
How can I benefit from treatment with Catherine?