Registered Psychologist, Psychologist Board of Australia
Master of Education (Counselling Psychology)(UWS)
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) (MQ)
Diploma of Education (MQ)
Graduate Diploma in Family Dispute Resolution
SIRA Workcover Accredited
Member, Australian Association of Psychologists
NSW Government Approved Work & Development Order Sponsor
SMSG Foundation Excellence Awardee 2019
Sue is a passionate senior psychologist with over 20 years’ experience working with young children, adolescents, and adults with a wide range of learning, behavioural and mental health issues. Sue is committed to providing psychological services that are inclusive, culturally aware, safe, and welcoming.
Sue’s personal style is empathetic, and values driven. She draws from a range of evidence-based interventions, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Schema Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy to address individual needs. Additionally, Sue has expertise in a number of standardised cognitive assessments, academic assessments and emotional/behavioural assessments.
Sue has experience and interest working with a number of presentations including depression, anxiety (including OCD), post-traumatic stress, deliberate self-harm, emotional dysregulation, academic and work-related stress, and relationship difficulties. Sue believes in a collaborative and flexible approach, that focuses on building a strong therapeutic alliance and tailors treatment approaches to the specific needs of individuals.
Sue has a special interest in trauma related conditions and her continuous engagement in professional learning ensures she is well-informed of the latest trends, research, and best-practice. She has recently completed further study in family mediation to assist families in resolving their disputes without the need for family law courts.
Consulting Locations: Earlwood
Consulting Days: Sat