Anna has a passion for bringing out the best in people. At the heart of Anna’s practice is her belief that we all benefit from feeling accepted, encouraged and supported through life’s ups and downs and that all of us can create positive change. She applies her expertise in mental illness to help people cope better, improve their health, connect to others and live better lives. In Anna’s 20 years as a psychologist, she has particularly enjoyed working with young people and families. Anna has a special interest in human development and all the joys and challenges that growing up brings. She offers assessments and treatments for families who are concerned about their child’s behaviour, emotions, schooling, socialisation or development. Anna also offers diagnostic assessments for children and adults with ASO and ADHD. Anna’s career has afforded her opportunities to work in both clinical and organisational psychology. She has worked in hospital and community settings, run her own successful private practice and partnered with organisations around the world to train their staff and create positive change in their workplace culture. In addition to clinical work, Anna supports human and organisational development through consulting, clinical supervision, workshop facilitation and executive coaching.
Master of Clinical Psychology,MAPS
families, adults, adolescents, children
Humanistic Psychology, acceptance and commitment therapy (act), mindfulness, cognitive behavioural therapy (cbt)