Dr Trish has over 25 years’ experience working with adults, adolescents, and children and their families. She has worked with children with disabilities and their families; in an early intervention programme for pre-school aged children; and with adults and their families.
Her entire psychology working life has been spent working within the Western suburbs of Melbourne, an area of highly diverse cultural populations, and high levels of social and economic disadvantage.
Dr Trish works with individuals with a wide variety of problems in living. This includes adolescents and adults with anxiety and mood management problems; victims of crime or other traumatic events; and those with difficulties in the area of weight management and overeating, as well as with couples. She operates her private practice from GP’s surgeries in the Western area of Melbourne.
Dr Trish is a trained specialist in the use of cognitive-behaviour therapy (CBT) with individuals across disorders and age ranges. She is an expert in the provision of therapy interventions to individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder, and those who have experienced traumatic events. She is also registered with Victims of Crime service agencies. In addition, she teaches and supervises psychology students at RMIT University.
Bulk billing under a Mental Health Care Plan is available by negotiation for patients in financial difficulties.