Clare Homes

Clare Homes

B. Psych (Hons), PhD (Clinical Psychology)

Clare is a psychologist registered with the Psychology Board of Australia and is currently working towards endorsement as a clinical psychologist. She has worked across the public and non-government sectors supporting children, adolescents and adults with disabilities and other complex needs.

Clare takes a collaborative approach to therapy, recognising that each individual brings their own strengths and expertise. She draws upon these strengths in conjunction with strategies from Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Schema Therapy to help people with social skills, emotion regulation, anxiety, depression and other life stressors.

Clare completed a PhD in Clinical Psychology at Flinders University. Her research explored autism in adulthood, focusing on changes in presentation across the lifespan and issues of most concern to adults. She has experience in autism intervention and assessment and so also has an interest in working with people who have autism, particularly adults, to manage their symptoms and to support their wellbeing.