Kelly Rawlings – Psychologist
Kelly is a registered Psychologist with experience in the intervention and assessment of children, adolescents, adults and families. Kelly has worked alongside a range of individuals and presenting concerns, and has particularly focused on the wellbeing of children. Kelly has worked within University, NGO and not-for-profit organisations. Kelly utilises a range of evidence-based interventions from cognitive behavioural and interpersonal psychotherapies. Common areas of practice include:
- Childhood trauma, attachment, development, anxiety, mood disorders, interpersonal difficulties, self-esteem, sexualised behaviours, externalising problems, protective behaviours, and neurodevelopmental concerns (e.g. ASD, ADHD, IDD and Specific Learning Disorders).
- Adolescent and adult anxiety, depression, stress, interpersonal difficulties, parenting challenges, role transitions, crisis support, and concerns of cognitive functioning.
Master of Clinical Psychology
Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)
Australian Psychological Society (Member)