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    Monique Shipp

    Monique (She/Her) is a Provisional Psychologist and PhD Student currently completing a Masters of Clinical Psychology. Monique works collaboratively with her clients, to deeply understand their needs and empowers them toward change. Monique applies a scientific method to client concerns with an empathic relational therapeutic approach.

    Monique provides holistic assessment and treatment to clients across the lifespan in children, adolescents, and adults, including (e.g., selective mutism, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, anxiety, depression, social anxiety, grief and loss, stress and relationship distress). Monique has over 7 years of experience working with people in a variety of Clinical, Forensic and Organisational settings and particularly loves working with children to help them achieve meaningful changes in their lives.

    Within organisations Monique has developed and implemented evidence-based interventions to address employee stress. She tutors in the Discipline of Psychological Sciences at multiple NSW based Universities and is developing a randomised controlled trial for a mental health literacy program for adolescent females. Monique received combined clinical and forensic training in assessment and report writing for the Children’s Court Clinic and Administrative Appeals Tribunal. 

    Monique specialises in group therapy facilitation, assessment, intervention, training and education, support coordination and has previous experience in working with individuals and families registered with the NDIS. Monique uses evidenced-based therapy treatments grounded in (e.g., CBT, ACT, DBT and Mindfulness) and receives ongoing training from the Selective Mutism Clinic for the treatment of Selective Mutism in preschoolers to adults.

    Monique holds provisional registration with the Psychology Board of Australia (Registration Number: PSY0002273006) and will have completed her Clinical Masters Degree and be eligible for full registration as a Psychologist in 2023. Monique is also an active member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA) and the Australian Psychological Society (APS) Clinical College.