Bachelor of Psycholigcal Science (Honours)

Completing Master of Clinical Psychology

Provisional registered with AHPRA

Biography – Hannah Fox

Hannah is currently in her final 6 months of a Master of Clinical Psychology at Queensland University of Technology. Hannah is passionate about helping people understand and overcome challenges to alleviate suffering and improve wellbeing. She believes that finding the right psychologist is different for everyone and focuses on developing and establishing a strong, safe therapeutic relationship with her clients.

Hannah takes an integrative approach to therapy, drawing on skills and techniques from multiple modalities to meet the individual needs of each of her clients. She is continually learning, engaging in many opportunities for professional development to continue honing her skills. Hannah has attended specific training with QuEDS (Eating Disorders), QIFT (Family Based Therapy) and Circle of Security (Attachment and Parenting).

Hannah has experience and interest in working with people across the lifespan. She endeavours to provide a space that is accepting of all people and culturally safe. She predominantly works with people experiencing symptoms of anxiety and depression. Hannah is a dedicated clinician, encouraging honest feedback from her clients and tailoring her approach to meet the needs of each client.