Rebecca is a Registered Psychologist based in Northern Sydney and she works with children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Her key interests include supporting individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and those with a complex trauma background. She believes in a holistic and systemic approach to supporting children and their families. Rebecca has extensive experience providing training to staff and parent groups, and she enjoys focusing and building on existing strengths within networks. She regularly facilitates parenting groups, as well as sibling support and education programs.
Rebecca recently developed a stress and coping group program for adults with a mild intellectual disability. Her application of The Resilience Doughnut model contributes to the practical way that she supports individual and their family growth. Rebecca currently works for a non-government organisation in Sydney’s North West, providing behaviour support, individual therapy and group programs to people with an intellectual disability, their families and support staff. She prefers a solution-focused approach in counselling and she uses Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, acceptance and mindfulness and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy. Rebecca’s approach is adaptable, non-directive and client-focused.