Kate is a Clinical Psychologist who assesses and treats adults with a range of mental health conditions. These include perinatal depression and anxiety, grief and loss and mood and anxiety disorders.
Kate completed a PhD and Master of Psychology (Clinical) from The University of Melbourne and has gained experience as a Provisional Psychologist at the Royal Children’s Hospital, the University of Melbourne Psychology Clinic and the Royal Women’s Hospital, including perinatal experience.
Kate’s PhD investigated the development of empathy and how this may be impaired in individuals with psychological disorders. This research has enhanced Kate’s interest in the role of empathy in healthy psychological functioning.
Kate’s commitment to professional development and psychological research ensures her clinical practice reflects the most current psychological theory.
Kate is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS) and the Antenatal & Perinatal Psychology Network.