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Rebecca Sheehy is a registered psychologist providing psychological services to adults out of her private practice in Spring Hill, Brisbane. Specialising in Clinical psychology, she has a special interest in working with people whom experience complex trauma, irregular eating patterns, self-harm, suicidality, low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, stress, relationship problems, loss and grief and work-related stress.  Rebecca’s approach towards her clients is  welcoming, open-hearted and non-judgemental.  Working with clients in both short-term and long-term capacities, Rebecca draws on a number  of evidence based treatment modalities tailored to suit the needs of the client. Rebecca has been practising as a registered psychologist since 2009 and has experience in Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Psychodynamic therapy.

Rebecca completed her Masters of Organisational Psychology in 2009. She has experience in recruitment and selection, change management, wellness and resilience workshops and return to work services under WorkCover Queensland and Comcare.  Rebecca also has  a vast amount of experience in working with severe and complex mental health disorders.  She has previously worked at New Farm Clinic providing inpatient and outpatient group therapy programs and one-on-one psychotherapy. She has experience leading and co-facilitating group therapy in DBT, CBT and ACT for both inpatient and outpatient adult populations. Rebecca is currently completing her Master of  Clinical Psychology through Charles Sturt University while working full time in her private practice. She aims to complete this by 2020.

Qualifications

Bachelor of Behavioural Science, Griffith University

Master of Human Resource Management, Griffith University

Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology, Bond University

Master of Organisational Psychology, University of Queensland

Master of Clinical Psychology, Charles Sturt University (2017- 2020)

Memberships

General registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency  (AHPRA)

Member of the Australian Psychology Society (APS)

 Medicare provider

WorkCover Queensland provider

Member of the Psychoanalytically-Oriented Psychology  Interest group

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