Trisha specialises in relationships, with more than 20 years’ experience working in the public and private sectors in the areas of anxiety, depression, stress and complex trauma. Her work with adults and children is relational, authentic and supportive, she practices from an attachment perspective and is strongly guided in her work by the evidence-based trauma research.
Trisha works with adults affected by depression, anxiety and childhood trauma, with women experiencing post-natal depression, and families in the post-natal period that are experiencing adjustment concerns. Her special interest is in individual and family therapy aimed to increase the security of the attachment relationship within the child parent relationship and to positively improve the quality of life for parents, couples and children.
As COVID-19 continues to impact our community, our team at Psychology SA has put further measures in place to keep you safe and cared for during this time of uncertainty and increased anxiety.
Face-to-face therapy sessions are continuing, with strict safety precautions in place to keep you and us safe. In short, we encourage you to maintain your appointments, unless you or anyone in your household has been placed in quarantine for coronavirus, returned from an overseas trip or cruise in the past 14 days, or is experiencing flu-like symptoms: fever, cough, sore throat, or shortness of breath.