Consults at Bluff Road Psychology on Monday & Wednesday.
Margaret (she/her) is a registered Psychologist and member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), who is currently completing her registrar program to seek endorsement as Clinical Psychologist.
Margaret brings a range of professional experiences to her role as a Psychologist, gained through working across several public and private settings, including primary and secondary schools, acute inpatient and community mental health settings and in private practice. As a result, she has developed skills supporting people across the lifespan and from all walks of life, including those identifying as LGBTQI+ individuals and from CALD backgrounds. Margaret supports people to address a wide range of psychological challenges, including:
- PTSD and developmental trauma
- personality vulnerabilities
- low self-esteem
- relationship challenges
- parenting support
- depression and anxiety
Adopting a curious, non-judgemental, collaborative and person-centred approach to client work, Margaret aims to provide tailored therapeutic support which respects the personal beliefs and values of each client. In line with this ethos, Margaret harnesses evidence-based approaches which foster internal and social connectedness, agency and empowerment, and which aid the person to better understand, accept and integrate important parts of themselves as a vehicle for change. She holds a strong interest in a variety of treatment modalities, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Schema Therapy and Trauma-Informed Practice.
Margaret works with people across the lifespan and is available to consult on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at Bluff Road Psychology.