Bronwyn is a registered psychologist whose initial training included a Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Honours), and a Doctor of Psychology (Forensic). She subsequently worked in the women's prison system providing both group and individual therapy for 8 years. Bronwyn has nine years’ experience working in the tertiary education sector as a student counsellor at Federation University. She has continued to further her education, undertaking a Graduate Certificate in Aboriginal Studies, and a Certificate IV in Grief and Bereavement in recent years. Bronwyn endeavours to empower her clients to overcome obstacles and develop resilience. She has a warm, compassionate, and non-judgemental approach to counselling and aims to work collaboratively with clients to develop insight and facilitate positive change. She has experience working with individuals with a range of different presenting issues including mood and anxiety disorders, grief, stress and sleep difficulties. Bronwyn has a background in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) but uses a multi-faceted approach to meet the needs of her clients.