Adding to its stable of professionals on the Gallery Level, Springett’s Arcade welcomes Lucy Parker-Jawabreh. Lucy, who grew up in the Southern Highlands, returned to the area in 2013 and set up her practice in 2016.
As an experienced clinical psychologist, Lucy is able to provide assessment, diagnosis and evidence-based treatment of psychological and mental health problems. She can also help clients improve their general wellbeing and achieve meaningful goals in order to live a richer and more fulfilling life.
“I am happy to see both adolescents (12 years and over) and adults and have had experience working in both the public and private health and education sectors with clients of all ages. I also have several years– experience as a teacher so have a comprehensive understanding of the difficulties children and adolescents may face at school.”
Some of the issues she specialises in are anxiety disorders, mood disorders, trauma related disorders, psychotic illnesses, psychosomatic disorders, loss, grief and bereavement, stress management, chronic pain or illness management, smoking cessation, weight management, school refusal, resilience and self-harm.
What is a clinical psychologist?
Clinical psychologists provide a wide range of psychological services to individuals across the lifespan and for mental health conditions that range from mild to severe and complex.
In addition to professional practice, clinical psychologists may be involved in research, teaching and supervision, program development and evaluation, public policy and other activities that promote psychological health.
Clinical psychologists have skills in the following areas: Assessment and diagnosis; treatment; and learning. You can learn more at lucyparkerpsychology.com.au.