“I believe in the potential for all of us to continually grow, to endure, to adapt and lead a life of value. My hope is that I can accompany you for a part of your journey, and help you discover your best way of being”
Laura is a Clinical Psychologist who has undertaken six years of training and attained her Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of New South Wales. Laura has worked for the last 24 years in various settings including community health, private practice, the corporate sector, and tertiary education.
In addition to her current private practice, and consultation in the corporate and school sectors, Laura currently holds a position as a Clinical Psychologist at the University of New South Wales Counselling and Psychological Service (CAPS).
Laura has extensive training and experience in using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). She also has training and interests in other approaches including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Schema Therapy and Positive Psychology.
Laura is an experienced trainer and has developed and facilitated numerous workshops for the corporate sector as well as for students and staff in University settings.
Laura is an accredited Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Instructor and runs the 2 day program as well as the blended MHFA program for White-Collar Workplaces. She has been running MHFA training for a number years in both the tertiary and corporate sectors.
Laura has a special interest in the growing area of Mindfulness training.
She is an accredited Mindfulness Instructor and has been running Mindfulness workshops for individuals and groups for the last 6 years. She is an accredited ".b" (Dot b) Mindfulness Instructor which is a program teaching Mindfulness to school age children aged 11-18 years.
Laura runs workshops and training for groups covering various topics including: stress management and resilience, mindfulness, mental health and wellbeing, effective communication, working successfully in groups, procrastination, anxiety, depression, and authentic happiness.
Laura is a member of the Australian Psychological Society’s College of Clinical Psychology and is registered with the Psychologists Registration Board.
As part of her Professional Practice she receives regular peer supervision and attends workshops and conferences to keep up to date with current research.