Charlotte Bowmaker

Psychologist & Clinical Psychology Registrar
Sevens Creek Psychology

About

Charlotte

Charlotte is passionate about assisting others with their mental health, and has worked with others in the treatment of anxiety, depression, trauma, adjustment-related disorders, emotional dysregulation, and interpersonal difficulties, among others. Charlotte is focused on working with and empowering members of the community who are experiencing difficulties with their mental health, and those seeking to improve their general wellbeing. Charlotte works with clients of all ages, and particularly enjoys working with children and adolescents.

Style of work

Key skills

  • Client focused approach with clients, with emphasis on creating an environment based on understanding and empathy
  • Friendly, personable style with clients
  • Warm, compassionate and respectful

Approach

Charlotte works with a primarily Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approach, although frequently includes elements of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), allowing for a holistic and flexible integration of psychological interventions. These elements may include mindfulness, and positive psychology. Charlotte aims to assist clients through clarifying and improving understanding of their difficulties through an open formulation, and employing a range of strategies or interventions to assist in their management, with goals of client empowerment, and normalising mental health experiences.

Background

Prior experience

Throughout her training and practice, Charlotte has worked across a range of sectors, including private practice, schools, and hospitals, including a mental health unit. Charlotte is currently undertaking a registrar program in clinical psychology, which includes ongoing professional development and supervision to further her skills and specialisation.

Qualifications

  • Master of Clinical Psychology, RMIT University
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Psychology) (Hons), RMIT University
  • Bachelor of Criminology and Psychology, RMIT University

Memberships

  • Member of the Australian Psychological Society
  • Member of Shepparton Psychologists group

Publications

Registration

  • AHPRA registration number: PSY0002173224
  • Clinical Psychology Registrar
  • Provider number: 5815161B

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