Senior Clinician and Lecturer


Michelle is a registered and endorsed counselling psychologist, a clinical family therapist (AAFT) and an AHPRA board-approved supervisor and supervision trainer with over 15 years’ experience in community, health and education settings. Michelle is experienced in working with all people across the lifespan, and particularly enjoys working with families, couples, adults and children.

Michelle is experienced in providing treatment for a wide range of social-emotional, and relationship difficulties, including supporting parents and families who have experienced significant change and trauma. Michelle utilises an integrative, client-centred, and strength-based therapeutic approach. Michelle’s work with individuals, couples and families, incorporates cognitive-behavioural, solution-focussed, relational and systemic approaches, and reflects trauma-informed principles.

Michelle is also experienced in supervising provisional psychologists and in providing supervision training.


Counselling psychology; relationship counselling; family therapy; supervision.

Areas of Interest

Loss and grief; strengthening relationships (couples and parent-child); relationship difficulties; separation issues; post-separation parenting; life stage and family transitions; mental health; trauma.