Since my Master’s graduation in 2008, I have worked mostly in the disability sector, supporting people of all ages and from various backgrounds. I also studied and trained in Animal Assisted Therapy and Activity in France, working with adults and children with special needs. I hold dual registration as a Provisional Psychologist in Australia, and as a Clinical Psychologist in France.
I take a compassionate, non-judgmental and down to earth attitude in my practice. I appreciate that engaging in the process of therapy is a courageous endeavour and that vulnerability is a true strength. I like to prioritise deep listening, emotional safety and authentic connection within the relationship. And I collaboratively work with individuals to clarify goals and develop a person-centred approach to best fit their unique needs.
I grew up in the Southern part of France (if you wonder where my accent comes from), and I currently live in the Margaret River region. During my spare time, I enjoy exploring the outdoors (walking my dog, riding my bike, bush-walking, and anything to do with Nature). The beach is one of my ”happy places” and I enjoy swimming in the ocean all year around. I believe our minds and bodies are strongly connected, and both play an integral part towards our well-being.
My Motto : ”All parts of us are welcome”
Areas of interest:
Youth mental health (14+)
Adult mental health
Grief and loss
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Walk and Talk therapy (in person in Margaret River)
Nature-Based & Animal-Assisted Therapies