Rebecca Haubner

MClinPsych GradDipPallCare BPsychSc(Hons) MAAPi ANZAED Clinician

Medicare registered Clinical Psychologist

Rebecca (she/her) brings a warm, sensitive and sincere approach to her role as a Clinical Psychologist and Credentialed Eating Disorder Clinician (ANZAED). Working from a trauma-informed, client-centred, and strengths-based approach, Rebecca aims to cultivate a therapeutic relationship of warmth and acceptance in which clients may feel safe, heard, seen, and understood in exploring their concerns and collaboratively working toward their therapy goals.

Rebecca works with adults (18 years +) seeking support for a broad range of mental health concerns including (but not limited to): eating disorders and body image concerns; stress and anxiety; obsessive compulsive disorder; adjustment to illness; chronic pain; grief and bereavement; trauma; burnout; depression; and emotion regulation difficulties. In particular, Rebecca is passionate about supporting individuals who struggle with self-criticism and shame to cultivate a kinder, more compassionate relationship with themselves. She is experienced with and supportive of LGBTQIA+ clients. 

Rebecca tailors treatment to each client’s individual needs, drawing on various evidence-based therapeutic frameworks including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), Mindfulness, Schema Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Skills Training, and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT). Rebecca also offers specific eating disorder treatment modalities including Specialist Supportive Clinical Management (SSCM), Maudsley Model of Anorexia Nervosa Treatment for Adults (MANTRA), and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – Enhanced (CBT-E).

If you are interested in booking in with Rebecca under an Eating Disorder Management Plan (EDMP), please read our EDMP FAQs for Patients & Doctors here to familiarise yourself with the eligibility criteria and other important details about these plans.

Rebecca’s treatment approach to eating disorders and body image concerns is underpinned by principles aligned with size inclusive, weight-neutral approaches to health enhancement, and the Non-Diet Approach®. This means that the focus is on strengthening sustainable self-care behaviours such as intuitive eating and enjoyable movement in the long term, as well as healing from the negative psychological and social effects of weight stigma and diet culture – not working towards intentional weight loss. Rebecca is passionate about integrating evidence-based eating disorder interventions with self-compassion, mindfulness, and embodiment skills training to empower clients to break free from body shame, reclaim self-acceptance, and foster sustained recovery. 

Rebecca also draws upon her skills as a qualified facilitator of the Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) program developed by Professor Kristen Neff and Dr Chris Germer from the UCSD Centre for Mindfulness, as well as her skills as a certified facilitator of Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY). As such, Rebecca is also experienced in supporting individuals who struggle with feeling disconnected from their interoceptive sensations to gently reconnect with their body, breath, and sense of self through accessible, invitational, choice-based movement techniques.

Outside of work Rebecca enjoys embodying self-care in the form of yoga, meditation, hiking, being in nature, and spending time with her loved ones and her menagerie of adopted animals.

To enquire about booking in with Rebecca, please contact our reception team. 

Medicare eligible: YES

Clinic: Lutwyche

Email: rebecca@northbrisbanepsychologists.com.au

Phone: 3726 5595

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