As a Clinical Psychologist I am an expert in understanding how people think, feel, behave and react. Part of my expertise includes understanding how these interactions influence our capacity for coping with and adjusting to life's ups and downs, as well in our everyday problem solving, and in our interactions with others.
Clinical Psychologists have undertaken advanced studies in a masters of clinical psychology. I undertook specific elective studies including specializations subjects about the brain and consciousness, and the neuro- biology of memory, learning, human development and ageing.
I also undertook extensive practicum experiences in a range of work environments with individuals spanning across the life span developmental stages. To maintain my registration, I must undertake ongoing professional learning, undertake regular peer supervision with another clinically endorsed colleague, and report my Professional Development annually to both APS, and AHPRA.
To achieve this, I remain continually up to date with the latest research relevant to my areas of practice, have regular correspondence with research experts from across the globe, and continue with ongoing professional development/education to keep my skills and knowledge up to date. This ensures I am seeking other professionals’ ideas and support with the work I am doing, and gives YOU the client, the best opportunity for accurate information and best outcomes.
What is a Clinical Psychologist?
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As a Clinical Psychologist I am an expert in understanding how people think, feel, behave and react. Part of my expertise includes understanding how...
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