Michelle is a generally registered psychologist with an extensive background in community mental health, early intervention, disability, child and adolescent assessment, and therapy.
Michelle holds a strong interest in supporting neurodivergent individuals and their families, particularly autistic and ADHD clients who are seeking better understanding and collaboration around their goals in the context of school, work or family life.
Michelle’s therapeutic style is centred around providing a warm, accepting and inclusive environment for the safe exploration of identity and the gentle process of change.
Michelle is also well versed with and draws upon a variety of modes of practice (I.e. CBT, ACT, DBT, play therapy, etc) to assist the therapeutic process.
Michelle has experience in the assessment and diagnostic process for intellectual disability, specific learning disabilities (SLD), neuro-developmental conditions (autism and ADHD), depression and anxiety.