Emma Howarth (nee Jarosz)

BSc (Hons), MClinPsych, MAPS

 

Emma has a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology. Emma works with teenagers and adults with a broad range of presenting issues including stress, life adjustments, depression, anxiety, grief, anger, low self-esteem, trauma and child-parent relationship issues.

Emma’s aims to use a strengths-based approach to help people develop their coping skills and better manage their thoughts, feelings and behaviours. Her therapy approach is individualised for each person and she uses techniques from the fields of cognitive behavioural therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, cognitive processing for PTSD, and positive psychology. Emma is trained to administer the advanced trauma technique EMDR.

Emma uses an evidence-based approach for her treatment and has a particular interest in working with adolescents and young adults, especially those who are seeking direction in life. She has worked extensively with disengaged and marginalised youths.

Emma is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society and is a registered provider for Medicare, TAC and WorkCover. She is able to conduct psychometric testing if required.

Emma works full time Tuesday to Saturday.