Kind in Mind
Susannah is a clinical psychologist who enjoys working with young people, adults and families who are experiencing a range of psychological difficulties. Her approach is collaborative, supportive, adapted to individual needs and integrates evidence-based approaches. She enjoys helping people move toward connection, coping and change.
Susannah is a member of the Australian Clinical Psychological Association (ACPA), Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS) and the Anxiety Practitioners Network (APN).
Susannah offers both clinical psychological services for individual treatment, as well as corporate wellbeing services for organisations.
Prior to her work in a dynamic private practice, Susannah worked in a private psychiatric hospital setting delivering individual and group therapy for conditions such as anxiety, mood disorders, substance use, and an eating disorders day program. She has also worked at Headspace, the National Youth Mental Health Foundation, where she was involved in clinical assessment and treatment for social anxiety, self harm, depression and family conflict.
Her Masters degree research explored aspects of family communication and influences on helpful and unhelpful forms of perfectionism.
Susannah has also delivered training, webinars and wellbeing programs to employees and employers, having worked as the primary Psychologist in a professional workplace wellness organisation.