Juliette has experience supporting young people as a school psychologist, and in private practice both in Australia and overseas. She enjoys guiding young people and their families to utilise their strengths, remove barriers and learn new skills so that they can reach their potential. Juliette has worked extensively in multidisciplinary teams, and sees value in collaborating with other professionals to achieve the best outcomes for clients. She works closely with parents and carers to support positive and reflective parenting.
Juliette has experience with a wide range of presenting difficulties, such as anxiety, social and emotional skill deficits, behaviour difficulties, learning difficulties and developmental disorders. Juliette takes a client-centred approach and seeks to establish a strong rapport with young people as the basis for therapeutic outcomes. Juliette utilises a range of evidence-based approaches to support her work with young people based on their individual characteristics and presenting issues, such as cognitive behaviour therapy, positive psychology, mindfulness and Collaborative and Proactive Solutions.
Juliette also provides comprehensive cognitive, educational and behavioural assessments to determine a young person’s strengths and weaknesses to guide intervention planning and classroom strategies. Juliette is able to communicate these results in a manner that is accessible and useful for parents, school staff and the young person.
Juliette is a registered supervisor and enjoys supporting provisional psychologists on placements to guide their education and development.
Outside of work Juliette enjoys being active, going to dress-up parties and is an animal enthusiast!