B. Psych, PG Dip (Psych), M. Professional Psych, M. Psych (Clinical)
ANZAED Eating Disorder Credential
Bronwyn is a Registered Psychologist and Clinical Psychology Registrar who has experience working with adolescents and their families, and adults, in private practice, the school setting, and community mental health. Bronwyn is passionate about providing warmth and unconditional positive regard in the therapeutic space to assist individuals in finding sustainable solutions to manage their emotional and interpersonal problems.
Bronwyn has extensive experience providing evidence-based interventions for various psychological issues with people from different walks of life. She has worked with self-esteem and body image issues, eating disorders, anxiety and panic, depression, academic stress and emotional dysregulation. Bronwyn’s training and experience allow her to provide evidence-based modalities for psychological treatment including; Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy and Schema Therapy with an empathetic emphasis on cultivating change alongside an individual at their own pace. Bronwyn also uses the Maudsley Family Based Therapy method (FBT) for eating disorders and enhanced Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT-e) for treating eating disorders.
Bronwyn also works for the InsideOut Institute, a collaboration between NSW Health and Sydney University in project management with eating disorders. She has postgraduate qualifications in Psychology from Macquarie University and Charles Sturt University including masters in both Professional Psychology and Clinical Psychology.