BA(Psych) PostGradDipPsych DPsych (Clin) MAPS
In her practice as a registered psychologist, Harriet works with adolescents and adults experiencing a range of difficulties including depression, anxiety, grief and loss, adjustment issues, relationship difficulties, life transitions, and identity issues.
Harriet’s practice is informed by current research, individual client characteristics and preferences, and is supported by her extensive clinical experience. Her practice is underpinned by relational theories and frameworks, and is characterised by warmth, curiosity, and empathy.
Harriet draws on a range of therapeutic frameworks including cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and attachment theory, as well as psychodynamic theories of object relations and self-psychology.
Harriet’s experience lies in mood disorders including depression, bipolar affective disorder, and dysthymia; anxiety spectrum disorders including generalised anxiety, social phobia, panic disorder, specific phobias, and post traumatic stress disorder; childhood trauma and abuse, sexual assault, and domestic violence; substance use issues; relationship difficulties; and personality disorders, particularly borderline personality disorder. Harriet also welcomes working with clients who may not meet diagnostic criteria for a psychiatric diagnosis, but who may be struggling with poor self-concept and low self-esteem, destructive ways of being, interpersonal difficulties, and problematic patterns in relationships.
Harriet has experience in both public and private practice settings, most recently having worked with children and adolescents and their families at the Children’s Health Queensland Child and Youth Mental Health Service. Harriet has also work with adults, families, and adolescents in a small private practice. She currently works part-time at Griffith University.
*Medicare rebates available on referral from a GP under a Mental Health Care Plan. Private Health Fund rebates may also apply. Reduced fees may be offered to clients experiencing financial hardship.
More information available at harrietglabpsychology.com
Phone 07 3876 2100