Chantelle is a Registered Psychologist who has experience working with children, adolescents, families, and young adults. Chantelle completed a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) at Curtin University and her postgraduate training through the Psychology Board of Australia’s 4+2 Internship Program.
Chantelle has previously worked as a school-based psychologist, where she conducted psychological assessments and provided individual and group counselling to students from Kindergarten to Year 12. Chantelle has also worked within a team of psychologists in the private educational sector, undertaking learning assessments and providing consultative support to schools in areas relating to attendance, behaviour, child safety, mental health and wellbeing, and crisis response.
Chantelle currently assists young people and their families across a range of learning, behavioural, emotional, and relational difficulties. Chantelle is dedicated to fostering positive relationships with her clients by adopting a person-centred approach with a focus on the therapeutic alliance. Chantelle is a warm, empathic, and flexible clinician who uses creative and expressive mediums to meet the individual needs of her clients. Chantelle is passionate about supporting young people to reach their full potential by understanding their unique set of strengths and experiences, whilst equipping them with the tools necessary to enhance their emotional coping and create positive change. Chantelle provides evidence-based psychological intervention and conducts psychoeducational assessments at Mini Minds.
Outside of work, Chantelle enjoys taking her two dogs to the beach and spending quality time with her friends and family.