Kate is a provisional psychologist, who believes that every child and young person has their own beauty inside. She is always curious about discovering the strengths and interests of her clients and strives to make them feel seen, heard, and valued so that they can flourish in their learning and development.
Kate takes a person-centred, strengths-based, neurodiversity-affirming, and culturally safe approach, respecting an individual’s competence and autonomy. Further, she is passionate about supporting caregivers and enhancing social environment around the children and young people.
Kate is currently in the final year of her Master’s degree in Educational and Developmental Psychology at the University of Melbourne. Her research is focused on destigmatising neurodivergent children and creating an inclusive environment for them.
In her spare time, Kate enjoys drawing, hunting for picture books, and looking after her green plants.