Emma’s focus is on creating collaborative approaches to client well-being, utilising evidence based interventions to support people on their journey to well-being. Her client centered approach allows for mutual trust and co-operation in exploring and addressing difficulties to allow people to live their lives to their full potential.
She enjoys working with people in all areas of life across the lifespan, with a specific interest in the role of positive family relationships, mood disorders and anxiety. Emma is also interested in the complexity of trauma across the lifespan and how this can manifest into psychological distress. Emma is currently working with older adults, assisting in creating positive social connections, maintaining independence and creating a warm environment to explore the complexities of later life.
Emma graduated with a Bachelors in Psychology from Edith Cowan University, alongside her Bachelors in Child and Family Services. She completed her Honors through Monash University. Emma has joined the Clear Health team after working in the Community and Family Services area for Local Government.