BA CCJ/BA PsychSci Hons I (Griffith University)
Elizabeth is provisionally registered psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA) and is due to complete her PhD in Clinical Psychology in 2021. She has an undergraduate degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice and in Psychological Science (Hons I).
Elizabeth has worked for over 10 years at the University of Queensland in teaching and research roles and, in addition to her formal Clinical Psychology training, has previously worked on a multidisciplinary clinical research project at Griffith University which involved conducting complex diagnostic assessments of young children to in the context of Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).
Elizabeth is trained in a range of neuropsychological tools across the life-course to support diagnostic assessments. She has a special interest in supporting vulnerable families who are experiencing multiple stressors and is passionate about evidence-based holistic early intervention. Elizabeth is trained and has experience in a range of therapeutic approaches across the life-span, with a special interest in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), Schema Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), attachment-informed approaches, and trauma-informed approaches. She takes a client-centred approach to therapy, aiming to provide a non-judgemental and supportive space to treat a wide range of psychological issues and help clients to meet their goals.