Master of Forensic Psychology
Bachelor of Arts- Honours (Psychology)
Debbie Case is a Registered Psychologist with more than ten years’ experience. Debbie is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society and a Fellow of the College of Forensic Psychologists. Debbie is also trained and recognised as a board approved supervisor to interns completing the 4+2 pathway to registration. Debbie has worked in a diverse range of settings in private practice including forensic clients, children, adolescents and adults.
Debbie is an empathetic, genuine therapist whose easy-going nature allows clients to warm to her with ease. Her professionalism and ability to target her treatment approach to the needs and level of her clients allows Debbie to engage well with clients across the lifespan.
Debbie is committed to helping clients to learn effective tools to not just overcome their difficulties, but to flourish and meet their potential. Using evidence-based approaches, Debbie ensures that her client’s needs and goals are supported as well as providing support and strategies to families in the context of children and young people.
Debbie has a client- centred approach that assists clients to address a variety of needs, and incorporates many contemporary methods of intervention including: play-based strategies, Cognitive behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness, Brief Solution Focused Therapy, and Cognitive Processing Therapy.
Debbie Case has appointments available in the following location:
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