Angelica holds an Honours Degree in Psychology and Masters qualification in Clinical Psychology. Angelica is a competent psychodynamic therapist and has also completed additional training in Trauma, Group work, Relationship issues and Couple Therapy, including intimacy and sexual problems.
Angelica is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), and a Member of the College of Clinical Psychologists. She is registered with the national Board of Psychologists in Australia and is a board-approved supervisor. Angelica is a publish researcher and has presented papers at many conferences. In addition to her work in private practice, Angelica works as an academic in tertiary education facilitating psychology student learning, and supervising intern psychologists.
Angelica’s 12 year’s work in the public (community) and private (psychotherapy) sector has provided her with substantial experience in the assessment and treatment of a number of presenting problems experienced by adults, couples and families. These include: anxiety, depression, personality difficulties, childhood trauma, stress and adjustment difficulties, relationship issues, parenting support, marital problems, and pregnancy issues.
As a wife and mother of two children, Angelica encourages self-acceptance and self-compassion towards a more meaningful and satisfying life. She uses a warm, professional, and committed approach to her clients.
Angelica is the director of BPsych Clinic. She is often contacted for comment by the media. For her most recent interviews and published articles please click on the Media tab.