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kezia1

Psychologist, Educational and Developmental Registrar

Kezia completed her Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology at Monash University, and is currently working toward her endorsement as an Educational and Developmental Psychologist. She works with people of all ages, and particularly enjoys assessment of cognitive abilities, learning difficulties and developmental disorders. She takes a collaborative approach, always aiming to connect with other professionals involved in her client’s care. Therapeutically, Kezia enjoys helping clients realise their potential by acknowledging values and exploring strengths. She utilises concepts from Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) in her treatment. She holds the client’s perspective and view of themselves at highest priority.

Kezia splits her time working between Mullum Road Clinic and as a School Psychologist at a local secondary college. Her ability to connect and build relationships with young people and assist them through the challenges of adolescence is a source of great reward. She is also able to use her skills and understanding of schools to help her Mullum Road Clients to understand and navigate the education system and the impact of their challenges in the classroom.

Kezia lives with her ridgeback cross, Woody. Woody says he isn't quite ready for work as a therapy dog, but he loves long games of fetch, sprints on the beach and tearing up socks in his spare time.

Client Groups
  • School aged children (5+)
  • Adolescents
  • Adults
Therapy Modalities
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • Mindfulness
Service Specialties
  • Cognitive and educational assessments
  • Assessment and diagnosis of developmental disorders (ASD, ADHD, Specific Learning
    Disorder)
  • Adult ASD assessments
  • Intervention for a range of presenting problems; mood, life transitions, stress, social skills,
    emotional regulation