Mia is a clinical psychology trainee undertaking her PhD in Clinical Psychology at Curtin University. She has experience working with children, adolescents and parents experiencing a range of difficulties. Mia is warm, empathetic and approachable and works within an evidence-based framework to best address client needs. She works to create a safe, supportive and non-judgemental space for clients to share their experiences.
Mia’s areas of interest include anxiety, depression, youth mental health
perfectionism, trauma, obsessive-compulsive disorder, eating disorders and perinatal mental health. Mia’s PhD research focuses on prevention of mental health difficulties for both mothers and fathers during the perinatal period. Mia also works as a tutor at Curtin University. .
Curtin University Psychology Clinic (Provisional Psychologist)
Bachelor of Arts (Hons) | Monash University
Current PhD Clinical Psychology Curtin University
Kysely, A., Bishop, B., Kane, R., Cheng, M., De Palma, M., & Rooney, R. (2019). Expectations and Experiences of Couples Receiving Therapy Through Videoconferencing: A Qualitative Study. Frontiers in Psychology, 10.
Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
Australian Psychological Society
Fees for clinical consultations can be found on www.cygnetclinic.com.au/fees $50 waged / $15 unwaged