Scope Psychology Services Australia


Scope Psychology Services Australia

Practitioners at this location

Miss Emily Maple

Psychologist

Mrs Danielle Copplin

Psychologist

Danielle believes that self-understanding is essential for wellbeing. She is a registered psychologist with endorsement in Educational and Developmental Psychology. With over 7 years’ experience working in the education sector, Disability Services, private practice and not-for-profit organisations, she has professional strengths in psychological counselling, positive behaviour support and learning differences. She is described as communicative, trustworthy and attuned. Danielle’s experience has involved working with: - Specific Learning Disorders such as Dyslexia and Dyscalculia - Intellectual Impairment - Giftedness - Executive function difficulties - Verbal and nonverbal cognitive difficulties - Autism Spectrum Disorder - ADHD/ADD - Nonverbal Learning Disorder - Oppositional Defiant Disorder/Conduct Disorder Danielle is passionate about assessing using the Regio Emilia philosophy, which says that all children are born with amazing potential and capacity to express themselves in many ways. She provides her clients with the opportunity to build integrity, self-confidence and courage.

Ms Aisling McCann

Psychologist

Aisling believes that all people can flourish through embracing their strengths and accessing community connections. She is a registered psychologist with a Master qualification in Educational and Developmental Psychology. With over 3 years’ experience working in the education sector, child development services and providing in-home clinical services for children and families, Aisling has professional strengths in psychoeducational assessment, psychological intervention and facilitating systemic supports. She is described as reliable, knowledgeable and diligent. Aisling’s experience has involved working with: - Specific Learning Disorders such as Dyslexia and Dyscalculia - Intellectual Impairment - Executive function difficulties - ADHD/ADD - Oppositional Defiant Disorder/Conduct Disorder - Young offenders - Anxiety and other mood difficulties Aisling is passionate about comprehensively understanding her clients and working collaboratively to empower children and families to facilitate their path to success. She provides her clients with the opportunity to identify their strengths and achieve their potential.
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Ms Emma Doran

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Emma qualified as a Registered Nurse for people with learning (intellectual) disabilities in the UK before moving to Australia in 2009 to work as a Senior Clinician with Queensland Government. Over the course of her career in the UK and Australia, Emma has held clinical, training and leadership roles in services for people across the lifespan who have complex health, behavioural and mental health support needs. Emma has worked with people who are subject to Restrictive Practices and is registered with the NDIS as a Behaviour Support Practitioner. Emma is passionate about taking a holistic view during each step of the assessment, planning, implementation and review process and works within a person centred and human rights framework to empower the individual and support them to reach a place of self-determination. Emma’s areas of interest include the impact of health status and / or sensory difference on an individual’s behavioural presentation and quality of life, culture as a protective factor within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and the development of individualised and culturally appropriate positive behaviour support strategies. Emma is a clinical supervisor to core, proficient and advanced Behaviour Support Practitioners, regularly engages in reflective practice and professional development activities and is currently studying Human Services with a focus on Positive Behaviour Support at Charles Sturt University.

Ms Kathryn Bekavac

Psychologist

Kathryn believes in life-long learning. She is a registered psychologist with endorsement in education and development and a qualified teacher. With over 20 years’ experience in clinical and organisational settings, she has professional strengths in supporting academic and career success, coaching and leadership development, and life-stage development. She is described as warm, caring and professional. Kathryn’s experience has involved working with: - Women with life-stage challenges (i.e., motherhood, career etc.) - Consultancy, supervision and professional learning - Critical incident intervention consultancy - Social emotional competence consultancy - Ethical legal requirements and management - Learning difficulties - Mood disorders (stress, anxiety and depression) - Parenting and behavioural concerns - Identity and adjustment issues (gender, self-esteem, school and work transitions) - Relationship difficulties (conflict, separation and divorce) Kathryn is passionate about creating partnerships with her clients. She has great respect for each person’s openness and courage as they proactively work through their concerns.

Ms Maria Schaffer

Psychologist

Ms Renee Harrington

Psychologist

Renee believes in building positive relationships. She is a registered teacher with qualifications in psychology. Renee is also an accredited Circle of Security facilitator and a Secret Agent Society facilitator. With years’ of experience supporting students from Prep to Year 12 and youth-at-risk, she has professional strengths in supporting clients to overcome social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. She is described as dedicated, passionate and nurturing. Renee’s experience has involved working with: - Enhancing parent-child communication and relationships - Responding to challenging behaviours - Social skill development for people with Autism Renee is passionate about helping each person to experience success. She is deeply committed to the social and emotional wellbeing of individuals.
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