Combined with a strong academic background, Daisy's clinical experience includes outpatient and community health settings and she has worked with individuals with a range of mental health concerns, including anxiety disorders, depression, personality disorder, complex trauma, bipolar disorders, eating disorders and substance use. In addition, Daisy has worked with women and families during the perinatal period to provide assistance with perinatal depression and anxiety, relationship and attachment difficulties, and navigating the many challenges of pregnancy and parenthood. Her Masters thesis investigated innovative ways of helping parents to manage the strong emotions that often arise when caring for young children.
Daisy is particularly interested in emotion regulation, personality disorder, complex trauma, and perinatal mental health. She is passionate about supporting individuals to achieve improved wellbeing across a range of domains, spanning psychological and emotional wellness, psychosocial functioning and physical health.
Daisy’s approach to therapy is informed by a number of evidence-based treatments, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness, and Motivational Interviewing (MI).
Daisy is dedicated to delivering a high standard of person-centred psychological care, in which she works alongside the client to develop an individualised treatment plan. She is a warm and empathetic person who seeks to develop a collaborative and supportive relationship in which the individual feels not only heard and understood, but also empowered.