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Lauren Ross


Lauren (she/her) is an engaging and caring psychologist who has a range of experience working with adults experiencing anxiety, social anxiety, depression, trauma, interpersonal and relationship difficulties, LGBTQIA+ related concerns, sexual health and intimacy concerns, and difficulties with self-esteem. Lauren aims to work collaboratively with individuals and provides a safe space for the expression of their authentic selves. Lauren strives for a strong and honest therapeutic relationship, and believes this creates an opportunity for individuals to explore what is causing their difficulties whilst also facilitating the space for growth and change.

Lauren incorporates evidence-based treatments into her practice, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy, and Mindfulness therapies.

Lauren has a Masters level training in Clinical Psychology from the University of Melbourne, is currently completing her clinical registrar program, and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society. Lauren is also a trained Lawyer, having completed a Bachelor of Arts and Laws at Monash University, where she had a special interest in Animal Law, and Refugee Law.