Bronwyn Griffin

BA (Psych), PGradDipPsych, MPsychClin MAPS

Bronwyn Griffin is a Clinical Psychologist, who has worked in this field for over 12 years. She has experience in private practice, the public health system, including at CYMHS and the Ellen Barron Family Centre, as well as various disability services. 

 

Bronwyn has completed her Bachelor of Arts majoring in Psychology, Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology and Master of Clinical Psychology.

 

Bronwyn enjoys working individually with adults and adolescents and has a special interest in working with parents of infants and young children. 

 

 


 

 

 

Bronwyn has a strong interest in the following areas:

Social Anxiety

Excessive worry or generalised Anxiety

Panic attacks

Obsessions and Compulsions

Fears and Phobias

Post natal depression

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Areas of Interest:

On a personal note, Bronwyn loves living in the Western Suburbs and spending time with her family and friends. Bronwyn loves getting to the beach when possible or catching up on Netflix.

 

Bronwyn also enjoys getting to hike around Mt Cootha and travelling as much as possible. Anywhere that has amazing food and culture is top of the list.

Bronwyn also has experience in and is interested in working with additional issues including:

Depression

Stress Management

Parent/Infant-child bonding and attachment

Adjustment issues (including adjusting to the parenting role)

Family of origin issues

Relationship issues

Grief and loss

Change to family structure

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Bronwyn uses a range of evidence-based interventions including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Schema Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Solution Focused therapy and Attachment-based models (improving parent-child relationships).

 

Supervision:

Bronwyn is also able to offer supervision services to students undertaking Masters placements and those who are completing the 4 + 2 program. She has STAP accreditation and has worked with a range of students and psychologists over time to support their learning needs through supervision.