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  • Intake & treatment planni​ng for Anxiety & OCD.

  • Autism & ADHD Assessment.

  • Online support & education groups for parents and young people. 

  • Online training and supervision for professionals.


Please note: I do not provide ongoing therapy. 

Click below for other providers. 


I add (and remove) content on here regularly so please scroll around for information about parenting Autistic/ADHD kids and/or looking after your Autistic/ADHD self. My Facebook page is where I share info and tips to help you & your family. 


General Information

Anxiety is so common in our fast-paced world of too many choices and too much information. We all need strategies to manage anxiety; teaching this should be on every parent's and school's radar. Then there are those of us who develop an Anxiety Disorder (Generalised Anxiety, Separation Anxiety, Agoraphobia, Panic Disorder). With lots of self-compassion and support, you or your child can learn to live the life that you want, even when Anxiety shows up. ​ 

OCD is a neurobiological disorder that creates a lot of anxiety in the individual and their family unit. 

The field of assessing and working with Autistic children and adults is undergoing a huge change. New science is rapidly emerging and opening up ways of thinking about difference and disability that fit within a civil rights paradigm. You will hear different views from different professionals. Find a psychologist who will connect with you or your child (whomever is being assessed or in therapy) and work out your views together. For many people, being Autistic is just normal. For these people, the distress and disability stems from society as social norms and capitalistic values do not allow for our needs or our communication style. Other Autistics and parents of Autistics, see this neurotype as a disorder in and of itself. I respect their worry and distress as I work towards a society that is more accommodating and inclusive so that marginalised people with access needs can feel secure and valued. 

Autistic people may seek psychotherapy for Anxiety, Depression, or OCD. Psychotherapy with Autistic people is not simply the same therapy as for neurotypicals. We have an entirely different way of processing emotions and problem solving. Counselling and group work aims to help individuals and  families develop self-understanding, self-compassion, and self-advocacy.  (I regret that I don't have the skills to therapeutically with Deaf Autistics or those with significant intellectual disability).

I am here to help you look after your or your child's ADHD brain. Learn how this super-busy brain works. The gifts, the struggles...all of it. ADHDers will thrive when they are understood and supported! Treatment for Anxiety, Depression, and OCD needs to match the processing style of the ADHDer so therapy is not simply training an ADHDer to use the same life management strategies of a neurotypical person. Nope, it's different strokes for different folks!

People with Intersectional Identities can have a hard time finding a psychologist who sees the whole of their complex, sometimes-conflicted, yet ever-enriched Self. I am a White, Anglo-Australian, tertiary educated, middle class cis-gendered, heterosexual female and I own my privilege. I am also, however, a late-diagnosed Autistic ADHDer, the mother of Autistic ADHDers, proudly Jewish, formerly Chasidic, and I live in a body that is significantly bigger than society caters for. Yep, I have navigated some pretty complex identity challenges. I will do my best to understand yours.  

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