Eugenie is a registered clinical psychologist and has worked over the last ten years with children and their families, adolescents and adults across various inpatient, community and private settings. Prior to becoming a clinical psychologist, Eugenie worked as a psychologist conducting cognitive and educational assessments of children with learning difficulties.
Eugenie firmly believes in the need for a collaborative therapeutic relationship and is committed to providing a safe and non-judgemental space for people to explore their inner world. She brings warmth and compassion in her work and considers it a privilege to work alongside her clients in making sense of their current struggles and building on their existing strengths.
Eugenie uses a variety of therapeutic approaches to suit the individual and unique needs of her clients, including: Attachment-based, interpersonal and psychodynamic therapies, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Mindfulness and Schema Focused therapies. Eugenie works with parents-infants, children and their families, and adults. Her areas of interests include working with anxiety and mood disorders; trauma, stress, grief and self esteem issues. She also has a keen interest in perinatal and post-natal mental health, and in infant/child – parent attachment.