Katie is a registered provisional psychologist who is currently completing her Master of Clinical Psychology degree at the Institute of Social Neuroscience. Katie has experience working in adolescent public mental health settings although enjoys working with all age groups. Katie primarily works from a cognitive-behavioral perspective to deliver evidence-based interventions for a range of mental health concerns including depression, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Katie has a particular interest in the areas of self-harm and suicidology. Katie endeavours to develop a trusting, supportive therapeutic relationship with all clients and is best described as warm, genuine and compassionate.