Tina is a fully-registered Psychologist and a warm-hearted person who is passionate about working with clients to improve their wellbeing and self-awareness. She enjoys helping her clients to accept themselves more fully and to develop the knowledge and tools to take control of their lives and facilitate positive change. She applies her understanding of how people think and behave to help them solve their problems, practice self-acceptance, increase effectiveness, and become happier and more empowered.
Tina is a curious and empathetic Psychologist with a history of providing psychological services in private practice and community-based organisations. She has worked with individuals and families from a wide variety of backgrounds, including indigenous clients and young people in alternative schooling in Brisbane. Additionally, Tina has worked extensively delivering psychology services to residents of aged care.
Tina sees individuals from 10 years and over. She enjoys working with adolescents, young adults and older adults struggling with common life problems including relationship issues, trauma and PTSD, suicidal ideation and self-harm, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, adjustment issues, family difficulties and chronic and acute stress.
Tina uses a client-focused approach and implements a range of evidence-based therapeutic techniques tailored to each individual’s needs, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Psycho-education, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness techniques, Supportive Psychotherapy, Skills Training, and Solution-Focussed Brief Therapy.
Born in New Zealand, Tina moved to Australia as a child. She was educated in Brisbane and is multilingual, being fluent in Bengali and possessing conversational Hindi. In her free time, Tina very much enjoys reading, cooking, spending time with her family and friends, and adventuring to new places.