Michelle graduated in 2007 with a Bachelor of Psychology (Hons), from James Cook University and relocated back to the NT to complete her Internship with the Department of Human Services. Whilst living and working in Darwin as a new graduate, she developed invaluable experience in remote servicing and providing an essential service to some of Australia’s most vulnerable people.
Tamika has experience as a Psychologist and Forensic Psychology Registrar on the Gold Coast, Brisbane, and the NT. Across these areas, Tamika has worked in private practice, prison and remand centres, youth detention centres, community youth justice, and in remote indigenous communities. Tamika has a passion for working with youth, indigenous populations, and forensic populations.
Eliza has previously worked at Headspace working with adolescents 12- 25 years old as well as working at the University Clinic where she conducted assessments for Autism Spectrum Disorder, Learning disorders, Memory, Giftedness and ADHD. Eliza has also worked with different schools across Sydney implementing programs for transition to High School, social skills and anger management.
Sam is experienced in working with a range of issues, including: depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, social anxiety, generalised anxiety, self-esteem problems, difficulties managing intense emotions, stress management and burnout, drug & alcohol and other addictive behaviours, sleep problems and grief and loss. Sam has a special interest in the treatment of trauma.
Rebecca has over 25 years’ experience in administration industries and has a strong passion for helping people from all walks of life. Rebecca grew up in Nhulunbuy and she is now thrilled to be working as Practice Manager with Outlook Psychology Practice where she can continue her dedication to helping people.