Emma Bidstrup

Emma is a registered psychologist (clinical psychology registrar) in private practice in Spring Hill, Brisbane. She offers brief- and long-term psychotherapy for people presenting with a range of concerns, from depression and anxiety, to developmental trauma and relationship difficulties. Her therapeutic style is warm, empathic, respectful and grounding, and she uses an integrative psychodynamic approach that is client-directed and oriented towards making meaningful, lasting changes and promoting deeper healing.

 

Emma’s professional training involved a Bachelor of Psychological Science and Master of Clinical Psychology. She has trained in CBT, ACT, and psychodynamic approaches and engages in regular professional development and supervision. Emma has worked in a range of clinical settings including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health, chronic pain management, and psychiatric settings. She values evidence-based, trauma-informed and culturally-sensitive approaches to supporting people.

 

Qualifications

  • Master of Clinical Psychology (Distinction), Queensland University of Technology

  • Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours, 1st Class), University of Queensland

 

Registrations/Memberships

  • General registration with the AHPRA Psychology Board of Australia

  • Registered to provide psychology services with Medicare

  • Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)

  • Member of the Psychoanalytically-Oriented Psychology Interest Group

  • Member of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists

  • Member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association

Emma Bidstrup

Emma is a registered psychologist (clinical psychology registrar) in private practice in Spring Hill, Brisbane. She offers brief and long-term psychotherapy for people presenting with a range of concerns, from depression and anxiety, to developmental trauma and relationship difficulties. Her therapeutic style is warm, empathic, respectful and grounding. She uses an integrative psychodynamic approach that is client-directed and oriented towards making meaningful, lasting changes and promoting deeper healing.

 

Emma’s professional training involved a Bachelor of Psychological Science and Master of Clinical Psychology. She has trained in CBT, ACT, and psychodynamic approaches and engages in regular professional development and supervision. Emma has worked in a range of clinical settings including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health, chronic pain management, and psychiatric settings. She values evidence-based, trauma-informed and culturally-sensitive approaches to supporting people.

 

Qualifications

  • Master of Clinical Psychology (Distinction), Queensland University of Technology

  • Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours, 1st Class), University of Queensland

 

Registrations/Memberships

  • General registration with the AHPRA Psychology Board of Australia

  • Registered to provide psychology services with Medicare

  • Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)

  • Member of the Psychoanalytically-Oriented Psychology Interest Group

  • Member of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists

  • Member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association

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