BA (Hons) Psychology, MSc Psychology, Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Psychology
Hannah is a Clinical Psychologist with extensive experience in women's health and related fields.
She works with women in the planning, pre and perinatal stages of pregnancy and childbirth. She also works with women and their families who are dealing with cancer diagnoses and treatment.
Her approach is centred on both the overall well-being of the individual as well as the impact on the wider family system, using cognitive behavioural therapy (focusing on the interactions of thoughts, feelings and behaviour) as the primary treatment.
Hannah enjoys working as part of a team, alongside obstetric and gynaecology specialists, midwives and general practitioners.
Her background in clinical training includes all aspects of general mental health, such as anxiety, depression, postnatal depression, adjustment, loss and grief, pain and sexuality. She can also support individuals and couples with issues associated with fertility, and child and family dynamics.
Hannah has a specific research interest in chronic illnesses, particularly couples coping with cancer, relationship satisfaction and psychological distress. She has worked with one of New Zealand's most highly regarded researchers within the field of Assisted Human Reproduction. One of her interests relates to the process of decision making that families and individuals may find themselves in.
- Registered Clinical Psychologist at Oxford Women's Health
- Registered Clinical Psychologist at Child and Family Specialty Service, Canterbury District Health Board
- Member of New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists
- Member of New Zealand Psychological Society
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