Registrar Program Supervisor (Clinical Psychologist)
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Lisa is a registered psychologist, endorsed in Clinical and Educational/Development Psychology, based in Western Australia. She has worked for over 15 years in Government services and for 15 years as an Accredited Trainer and Implementation Consultant. She is co-author of "Stepping Stones Triple P for families of children with disabilities". Currently she also works in private practice, providing clinical interventions for children, adolescents, adults, older adults, people with disabilities, and families, usually under Mental Health Care Plans. She has been a Board Approved supervisor for 7 years, and have supported 4+2, 5+1, and Registrar Psychologists (Clinical and Ed/Dev) through to full registration.
Lisa maintains a high standard of professional development and regularly updates skills and knowledge in CBT, DBT, ACT, Schema therapy, MI, ITP, and Psycho-analytically-oriented psychotherapy. She has had specialist training and supervision in the areas of Infant Mental Health, Ed/Dev assessment, ASD assessment and diagnosis, and adult mental health. She likes to keep up-to-date with research in most areas across psychology and is skilled in using a self-regulatory framework in all instances; focusing on clear goal-setting, goal-achievement, and self-reflection. Lisa is proficient at maintaining records and providing Board-required reports. She is diligent at following Board Supervisory Guidelines and keeping to designated time-frames.
- Case Report Reviewing
- Psychometric Assessment
- NPE Preparation
- Ethical and Professional Issues
- Intervention and Treatment Planning
- Working with Children
- NDIS Risk Assessment Including Positive Behaviour Support Plans
- Intervention with Trauma
- Intervention with ASD
- Diagnosis and Using Psychometric Assessments for Diagnosis
- Working with Separated Families
- Risk Assessment