Alice enjoys supporting clients to thrive. For clients, this may feel like they are heard, understood, and empowered to overcome challenges, fears, or mental pain to reach their goals. For others, it may mean support to explore and value their unique identity and strengths. Perhaps it looks like aid with positive adaptions at home, work, or school. It may be collaboratively building the motivation and skills to break unhelpful habits or connect to who and what is most important. Support looks different for each person because everyone has different values, goals, strengths, and needs. Alice is passionate about adapting evidence-based tools and techniques for each client. She prioritises equal relationships so that clients feel safe, respected, and comfortable talking about what’s working for them and what isn’t.

The core of her approach is that all people thrive when they can, yet at times we all need a little help along the way. Her experience includes working with clients on a range of mental health needs and goals, with neurodivergent children, young people, and their families, and with adults in crisis. She enjoys working collaboratively with children, teens, adults, and families using techniques that include Cognitive Behaviour Therapies, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, neurodiversity-affirming approaches, and attachment-based parenting support. After completing a research doctorate in psychology, she worked in many interesting fields before circling back to psychology after realising her passion was supporting others to reach their goals.

When not at work, she can be found in nature surfing, mountain biking, and walking with her husband and two teenage boys.