BSc (Hons), MA (Hons),
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, UK.
Dr Katie Trickey is a registered Clinical Psychologist in Australia, a chartered Clinical Psychologist in the UK, and holds the following professional registrations:
- Member of the Australian Psychological Society;
- Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society;
- AHPRA Registered Clinical Psychologist;
- Member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association;
- Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (UK).
Katie has 10 years’ experience working in public sector psychology services in London, before emigrating to Australia. Since arriving in Brisbane in 2014, she has worked in PTSD research, a general hospital, and in private practice.
Katie has a special interest and experience in the assessment and treatment of PTSD, and has worked with armed forces personnel, first responders, survivors of rape and sexual assault, people suffering domestic violence, refugees and victims of torture.
In addition, Katie has an interest in helping people living with changed health circumstances (eg cancer, chronic fatigue), women’s health and changes associated with menopause.
Katie uses evidence-based therapies including the following: cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT); compassion-focused therapy; trauma-focused CBT; and cognitive processing therapy. Her areas of clinical interest include:
- Low self-esteem;
- High self-criticism and shame;
- Post-traumatic stress;
- Trauma of rape and sexual assault;
- Domestic violence;
- Recovery after sexual abuse;
- Traumatic health experiences (eg cancer/chronic fatigue);
- Menopause and women’s health;
- Sleep problems.
“I am very optimistic about people’s ability to change. I like to work in a collaborative way with my clients, learning from their wealth of knowledge about themselves, and combining that with my clinical knowledge in order to help them make positive changes. I never forget that therapy is hard and that people who come to therapy are courageous.” – Dr Katie Trickey, Clinical psychologist
Katie works with adults. She does not see male perpetrators of violence or treat drug and alcohol addictions where this is the main problem.
To make an appointment with Clinical Psychologist Dr Katie Trickey, you can try Online Booking – Mt Gravatt or call Vision Psychology (Mt Gravatt) on (07) 3088 5422.