Michelle has been working as a psychologist for nearly twenty years and has worked in private practice as a clinical psychologist for more than 15 years. She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society’s Clinical College, the Australian Association of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, and the Australian Clinical Psychologists Association. Michelle has worked in public hospitals, private psychiatric hospitals and currently works as a lecturer in the Master of Clinical Psychology program at the Australian Catholic University.
Michelle has won awards for her research at the University of Sydney and has been an invited speaker for the Australian Psychological Society’s College of Health Psychologists. She is currently completing a PhD at the Black Dog Institute and the University of New South Wales under a scholarship from the Centre for Research Excellence in Suicide Prevention. She has a first class honours degree and a Masters of Clinical Psychology from The University of Sydney.
Michelle is committed to evidence-based approaches to clinical treatment and operates in a scientist practitioner model. Michelle continually reviews the scientific literature and integrates the latest research on best practice treatment for eating disorders into her clinical work. She has been helping people with concerns about their weight, shape and eating for the past 17 years. She is committed to help people improve their relationship with food and their body image. Michelle has helped clients with comfort eating, binge eating, body image concerns and anorexia nervosa. She uses Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy and includes Acceptance and Commitment Therapy principles in her work with clients.
Consultation 55 minutes $220
Medicare rebate $125
Private health fund rebate may apply
Not currently accepting new clients, however available for supervision.