Gina Steinberg

Provisional Psychologist

  • MClinPsych (Provisional), BPsych(Hons)

Clinical Expertise

  • Child and Adolescent Psychology
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Anxiety Disorder Treatment
  • Mindfulness and Stress Reduction
  • Resilience Building
  • Psychoeducation
  • School Refusal

Treatment Approaches

Gina is a Provisional Psychologist currently undertaking a placement at Cairnmillar Institute. Gina brings a wealth of knowledge and a keen interest in child and adolescent psychology, relationship counselling, and the management of eating disorders and anxiety. Their clinical practice is marked by a passion for supporting children, adolescents, young adults, and their families through challenging times, fostering resilience, understanding, and positive change.
Gina is committed to employing a range of evidence-based therapeutic techniques, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing, and mindfulness practices. These approaches are tailored to meet the unique needs of each client, with a focus on building strong therapeutic relationships and empowering individuals to achieve their mental health goals.
Additionally, Gina is skilled in conducting cognitive and vocational assessments, providing valuable insights for treatment planning and personal development. They have a particular interest in addressing school refusal and addiction, working collaboratively with clients and their support networks to navigate these challenges.
Warm, adaptable, and client-focused, Gina aims to create a supportive and safe environment where clients feel valued and heard. They are excited to contribute to the Cairnmillar community and are dedicated to making a meaningful impact in the lives of those they work with.

Location & Availability

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
- Hawthorn East Mingary-CBD - -


Gina Steinberg is a Provisional Psychologist completing her placement at Cairnmillar Institute, where she is finalising her Masters in Clinical Psychology. With a rich background from her roles at BeeKind Psychology and Kerrin Danswan Psychology, Gina has honed her skills in counselling across the lifespan, conducting clinical and behavioural assessments, and utilising therapeutic approaches such as play therapy. Her work with Lifeline and in other provisional psychology roles has reinforced her ability to engage with a diverse range of clients. Gina is committed to continuous professional development, actively participating in webinars and workshops to enhance her skills in evidence-based interventions like CBT and ACT. This dedication underpins her client-centred approach, aiming to empower individuals through therapeutic engagement and support, with a particular interest in child and adolescent psychology, eating disorders, and anxiety management.


Master of Psychology (Clinical Psychology) (Current)
Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)