BSc(Hons) MClinPsych MHlthStud MAPS FASLM

Rhonda is a Clinical Psychologist who provides individual therapy for adults. She is a warm, pragmatic  practitioner who communicates in a gentle and non-judgemental way to help her clients feel stronger,  more optimistic, and that change is possible. Prior to her career in psychology, she worked in the  government sector in community-based health promotion and prevention of lifestyle diseases, including  helping smokers to quit.  

Rhonda works with people who are undergoing life transitions (including peri-menopause and  menopause), who experience self-criticism and shame, overweight and obesity concerns, and those  interested in managing stress and improving work-life balance. She also works with adults experiencing  depression, adjustment disorders, anxiety (including panic attacks, social anxiety, and worry), grief and  loss, self-esteem issues, and alcohol and drug use problems. She has a longstanding interest in  mindfulness and contemplative practices and primarily works from a compassion- based therapy  framework.  

Rhonda has experience and training in a range of evidence-based treatments including Acceptance and  Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT),  Motivational Interviewing and mindfulness-based therapies.  

Rhonda consults at The Work Well on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Please call reception to arrange an  appointment. 

To make an appointment:

Phone 07 3876 2100