Emma is able to provide therapy for a range of mental health concerns including depression, anxiety, and stress.
She particularly enjoys developing a supportive and collaborative environment with her clients to empower them to make positive changes.
Committed to supporting good quality of life across the lifespan, she is also interested in early intervention for children and teenagers to improve emotion regulation, communication styles, and develop positive coping strategies to support resilience in the face of life’s many challenges.
Emma is able to provide assessment and diagnosis of developmental disorders including intellectual disability, specific learning disorders and ADHD.
In her spare time, Emma enjoys bushwalking, camping, and dreaming of life post-PhD.