Emma is a warm, genuine and trusted Psychologist. She enjoys working with people across various stages of their illness and supporting clients to obtain complete recovery. Her clients typically build strong and natural connection with her early in treatment.
Emma is dedicated to raising awareness about eating disorders and has a strong desire to help people who are suffering and impacted by eating disorders, including individuals and their families. She has been published in the field of eating disorders regarding reducing stigma around eating disorders and presented her research at the Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders (ANZAED) conference in 2017. Emma is passionate about trying to educate and inform individuals about the very real and true nature of an eating disorder.
In addition to her work at BodyMatters, Emma works on the Eating Disorders Day Program at ‘Northside Clinic, Greenwich’. She has also worked previously at The Butterfly Foundation.
Emma holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Psychology, a Graduate Diploma in Psychology and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science). Her education has led her to develop a special interest in working with eating disorders and exercise addiction/compulsion.
Emma sees clients on Thursdays and Saturdays.
You can read more about Emma here.