Caroline is a provisional psychologist currently working under the supervision of Liz Anderson, Kelly Wozencroft and Elizabeth Johnson. She completed her Bachelor of Psychological Science with Honours at the University of Queensland. Caroline has experience working with complex high risk youth, children in out of home care, families going through the court system and individuals overcoming barriers dealing with trauma, addiction, domestic violence, homelessness, developmental delays and intellectual impairment. Throughout her years of working with the Department of Child Safety, she has gained insight into different family dynamics and this has motivated her to pursue her career as a psychologist.
Caroline believes in building trust-based relationships with her clients in order to support them to overcome obstacles in life. She utilises a trauma-informed and non-judgemental approach to remain sensitive to everyone’s life story and experiences.
Caroline is passionate about providing early intervention for young children and adolescents and has particular interest in assisting individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD and social learning difficulties.
Outside of the clinic, Caroline loves boxing, watching funny animal videos and catching up with friends over amazing food.