Carlye is a psychologist who uses a person-centred approach, seeing individuals’ mental health as a product of many factors. She conducts a thorough assessment to understand the client and their challenges, and tailors treatment to the individual. This approach helps the client understand learn about themselves and their difficulties, and equips them to work towards helpful and healthy ways of coping. Carlye’s therapeutic style is warm, patient and personable, recognising the importance of the therapeutic relationship and how effective it can be to improve mental health outcomes. As such, Carlye works particularly well with adolescents and a broad range of personality types. Carlye strongly believes in highlighting the strengths of all individuals, and works collaboratively and non-judgementally with clients to achieve their goals and meet their needs.
Master of Psychology (Clinical Psychology)
Bachelor of Applied Science (Psychology)(Honours)
Registered Australian Health Practitioner Registration Agency (AHPRA)
Member of Australian Psychological Society (MAPS) – Eligible for membership of the College of Clinical Psychologists
Medicare registration, NDIS, WorkCover
Key Areas of Focus
Carlye specialises in supporting clients of all ages to enhance their mental health and wellbeing.
Areas of special interest include:
- Anxiety and anxiety disorders such as panic, OCD, separation anxiety and social anxiety
- Depression and mood changes
- Trauma, abuse and neglect including early childhood attachment disruption
- Interpersonal difficulties, feeling lost or disconnected, and communication challenges
- Self esteem, body image and eating disordered behaviours
- Psychological support for chronic health conditions, with a particular interest in cardiac issues
- Grief, loss and adjusting to life changes
- Adolescent and young adult mental health
Carlye uses a variety of modalities depending on the client’s individual needs, however has specialised training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Schema Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Expressive Arts Therapy, Mindfulness approaches, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy techniques and other trauma-informed therapeutic approaches.