Miss Olivia Eadon

BPsych(Hons), MPsych(Clin)
Clinical Psychologist Registrar

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Olivia is a registered Clinical Psychologist Registrar (under supervision of Dr Brendon Dellar) with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency with experience working with young adults and adults across a variety of settings. She has worked with clients experiencing a range of difficulties including depression, anxiety, emotion regulation issues, eating disorders, trauma, and challenges associated with diverse gender and sexuality. To best support her clients’ individual needs, Olivia uses tailored and evidence-based therapeutic interventions. She prioritises a collaborative, client-centred approach to treatment and offers warmth, compassion, and humour in her clinical work. Olivia also has experience conducting research in the fields of perfectionism and anxiety, eating disorders, and incorporating consumer voices into research within her Honours and Masters theses.

Master of Psychology (Clinical): Curtin University, 2021
Bachelor of Psychology (Honours): Curtin University, 2019

Clinical Psychologist Registrar: Cygnet Clinic, current

Provisional Psychologist – YouthLink (2021)
- Delivered treatment and case management for clients 13-24 presenting with a range of difficulties including personality disorders, eating disorders, complex trauma, gender dysphoria, and substance use.

Provisional Psychologist – UWA Counselling and Psychological Service (2021)
- Worked with clients presenting with anxiety, depression, disordered eating, self-esteem issues, interpersonal difficulties, and trauma.

Provisional Psychologist – Curtin Psychology Clinic (2020)
- Provided treatment within a specialised clinic for obsessive compulsive disorders and related disorders, depression, and anxiety. Worked with a range of children, adolescents, and adults to meet their individual treatment goals.

Accepting referrals for 2022




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