Safe Spot Professional Blog Contributors

With so many talented people in this world of ours, we're happy to showcase and share the wisdom, experience and knowledge of others.

Letters From The Heart is our Professional Blog Contribution Section, where we publish little gems of wisdom from every day people and also professionals. Some of the content in this section remains anonymous, while other pieces will include author profiles, web links, qualifications and experience so you can see who's knowledge you're digesting.

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Professional Contributors

Michelle Grosvenor

Clinical Director/Principal Psychologist, Associated Psychology Practice. B Psych (Hons), Post Grad. Dip App. Psych.

Michelle is a registered psychologist with extensive experience working with children, adolescents and adults in the community and private sector. Michelle is Co-owner and Clinical Director of Associated PsychologyPractice and has been providing psychological services to people in Penrith and surrounding areas for 18 years.

Special Areas of Interest

  • Anxiety and Stress Management - particularly for those struggling with perfectionism and people pleasing
  • Loss and Grief Counselling - for children and adults adjusting to death or divorce

Find Out More: Web Page  Facebook


Danielle Copplin

Registered Psychologist Educational and Developmental Psychology Registrar - Scope Clinical Services. BPsySc (Hons.), MPsyc (Ed&Dev), MAPS.

As a registered psychologist with post-graduate training in Educational and Developmental Psychology, Danielle has been practicing psychology since 2012 and has worked in a number of rewarding positions through the Cerebral Palsy League, Life Without Barriers, Edmund Rice Education Australia and The Caroline Chisholm Centre.

Special Areas of Interest

  • Assessing developmental, learning and behavioural difficulties
  • Diagnosing disabilities and disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Designing effective treatment programs for a range of psychological concern
  • Counselling for anxiety, depression, social skills, parenting and attachment
  • Providing professional development for educational professionals to understanding learning difficulties and classroom behaviours.

 

Find Out More: Web Page

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