Cheryl is a registered Psychologist with full membership with the Australian Association of Psychologist Inc (AAPi). Cheryl has experience working with individuals who experience chronic pain, psychological difficulties, and challenges in their interpersonal relationships.
Cheryl enjoys applying family system theory to support individuals to improve their perception of self and their relationships with others. Cheryl also is experienced in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialect Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Behavioural Therapy and Psychological assessment.
Cheryl has supported individuals and families overcome the challenges including anxiety, depression, mood disorders, work related stress, return to work, workplace change, trauma, relationship difficulties and parenting challenges. She works collaboratively with the individual and their families to find practical solutions and strategies to help the client manage their needs.
Cheryl completed her Post Graduate Diploma Psychology at Charles Sturt University following an earlier career as a teacher having gained a Diploma in Education from Queensland University of Technology.