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Who We Are

Information about CB Psychology and its founder, Caroline Brown

5b at TharawalCB Psychology was founded by Clinical Psychologist Caroline Brown.

Caroline focuses on therapeutic practices that best suit the needs of each individual, assisting them to identify unhelpful behaviour patterns, learn more effective coping strategies, discover their own strengths and find solutions.

Caroline’s practice is client-centred, flexible, collaborative, and respectful.  Her holistic approach and diverse counselling skills have benefited individuals facing challenges including anxiety, stress, depression, grief, anger management, relationship and communication problems, confidence and self-esteem issues.  She has also had experience in working with clients with personality, psychotic, eating and substance-related disorders.  She will devise a tailor-made treatment plan to help you work towards your goals.

Caroline uses evidence-based, scientifically effective treatments, including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Schema Therapy and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy.  She also has completed training in Narrative Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) skills training and mindfulness, which she incorporates into her therapeutic work.

Caroline has over 15 years’ experience working in mental health.  She has completed the following qualifications:

  • Masters in Psychology (Clinical) at the Australian College of Applied Psychology
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Psychology at Macquarie University
  • Masters in Psychological Studies at Manchester Metropolitan University, U.K.
  • BSc (Hons) Human Biology, King’s College, University of London, U.K.

Caroline is registered with the Psychologists Board of Australia.  She is eligible to provide services under Medicare’s Better Outcomes scheme, is Work Cover accredited and supports individuals via the NDIS  for therapeutic services. She is an associate member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), including the APS clinical college and a member of the Australian Association of Cognitive Behavioural Therapists.

She also currently works part-time with young adults experience psychosis and mood disorders in the PEIPOD team at St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney and works in a multidisciplinary metabolic team at Tharawal Aboriginal Medical Service supporting Indigenous clients with their health goals.