BA, GradDipPsych, B.PsychSc (Hons)
The foundation of addressing psychological change is to have a safe place in which to make change. In this role Mil brings care, empathy and a collaborative approach to ensure that space of safety is achieved.
Mil’s approach is trauma informed and from this perspective she utilise a range of modalities to work as a person –centred therapist.
Mil has worked across the lifespan in both private practice and in community health using evidence based approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT,) Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Psychodynamic therapy and Mindfulness Based therapies.
Her work at the Family Wellness Group is primarily with aged 16 and above to address: mood disorders, grief and loss, life transitions and trauma. However her experience in the community sector also has given her extensive experience with perinatal mood disorders, drug and alcohol concerns – often with the help of “Lionel” therapy dog in training.
Mil is a member of the Australian Association of Psychologists Incorporated and Australian Psychological Society. She is in further training to become an AHPRA registered psychologist in 2021 and works currently to the ethical standards and guidelines of the Australian Medical Board.