– BSc, DClinPsy
Clinical Psychologist, and PhD candidate, Swinburne University of Technology
Lecturer and Supervisor, Cairnmillar Institute
Bio: I am a Clinical Psychologist with a special interest in psychological therapies for psychosis and in posttraumatic mental health. My research focuses on understanding psychological mechanisms that play a role in voice-hearing experiences and in developing new, targeted psychological therapies for distressing voices. I currently work in a specialist psychological therapy service for people who hear voices (The Voices Clinic, Melbourne) alongside undertaking a PhD investigating the role of trauma memory intrusions in voices and trialing a trauma-focussed therapy for trauma-related voices.