Nadine is a registered psychologist with a Master of Psychology (Clinical Psychology) from the University of Melbourne. She works with children and adolescents experiencing a range of difficulties, including anxiety, intrusive thoughts, compulsions, depression, interpersonal problems and challenging behaviours.
Nadine has a particular interest in working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and ensures therapy is culturally appropriate. Prior to working as a psychologist, Nadine worked with victim survivors of family violence, and brings a trauma-informed perspective to her psychological work. She uses a client-centred approach to therapy, drawing upon a number of evidence-based modalities as needed, including Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT).
Nadine has previously conducted research into the influence of parent-child attachment on anxious solitude in children, and into hospital clinicians’ responses to disclosures of family violence.
Check out our video with Nadine here: Meet the team_Interview with Nadine
Master of Psychology (Clinical Psychology) – The University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) – The University of Melbourne
- 0-17 years old
- Interpersonal trauma / family violence
- Emotion Regulation
- Interpersonal difficulties
- Challenging behaviours
Nadine consults at the Niddrie clinic on Mondays and Thursdays.