Scope Clinical and Educational Services


Scope Clinical and Educational Services

Practitioners at this location

Mrs Danielle Copplin

Psychologist

Danielle Copplin is a fully registered psychologist with endorsement in Educational and Developmental Psychology. With significant experience working with Disability Services, she has professional strengths in psychology, positive behaviour support and learning differences. Danielle has 7 years’ experience of psychological practice. She is a Speld QLD endorsed assessor and her assessment approach focuses on nurturing potential and capacity. Danielle assesses using the Regio Emilia philosophy that children are born with amazing potential and capacities: curiosity, a drive to understand, the ability to wait, to wonder and to be amazed, the capacity to express themselves in many ways. Through this approach, people understand their current skills, learn how to create new skills and flourish. When counselling, Danielle uses Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to help each person to find balance within themselves and do more of the things that matter to them.

Ms Kathryn Bekavac

Psychologist

Kathryn provides counselling and psychology intervention for healthy wellbeing, educational confidence and workplace wisdom. She has over 20 years experience working with adults, young people and children in a range of settings. Her client-centred and evidence-based services are effective for treating difficulties associated with anxiety, stress, depression, adjustment, transitions, challenging behaviours, relationship difficulties and workplace issues. Kathryn also provides consultancy, supervision and professional learning services. She is an AHPRA Registered psychologist, experienced in leadership and people development, accredited with Growth Coaching International, trained in Change Management and Collaborative Leadership, engaged in regular professional development for latest evidence, research and practice and experienced in providing employee assistance programs (EAP).  

Ms Cleo Burke

Psychologist

Cleo Burke is a registered psychologist, with a masters degree in educational and developmental psychology. She has experience working with families, children and adults with a wide range of presentations. This includes developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, rare genetic conditions, mental heath conditions such as anxiety, depression and obsessive compulsive disorder. Her master's dissertation focused on parents’ experiences of raising twins with developmental disabilities, including varying levels of ASD. Cleo assesses with a holistic, systemic and strengths based approach, focusing on the child’s presenting symptomology and taking into consideration the context of external and biographical factors, such as generational and acute trauma, culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, family history, schooling environment, parenting styles, generational physical and mental health, differential diagnosis and adaptive functioning. Cleo carries this holistic approach across to her counselling, adapting a number of therapeutic approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to deliver a tailored client centred service.