Emma Lawrence

Clinical Psychologist
Sevens Creek Psychology



Emma is a registered Clinical Psychologist and member of the Australian Psychological Society. Emma is passionate about her community and endeavours to support people within regional and rural settings to better access mental health services. Emma works with individuals across the lifespan, including children, adolescents, and adults, across a broad range of concerns. Emma’s clinical interests include; mood and anxiety disorders, grief and adjustment, disordered eating, neurodiversity including ADHD and autism, and PTSD and trauma related disorders. Emma further conducts formal ADHD and autism assessments.

Style of work

Key skills

  • Compassionate interpersonal communication and understanding
  • Provides a safe, supportive and respectful environment
  • Empathetic, patient and caring nature
  • Collaborative and inclusive
  • Neuroaffirming and culturally sensitive
  • Motivational interviewing and problem solving
  • Trauma informed


Emma provides a flexible treatment approach that is tailored to individual client needs, goals and strengths. Emma works primarily with a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approach, while including elements of Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) and compassion focused skills. Emma is trauma informed and can provide Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for PTSD, and trauma related diagnoses and symptoms. Emma is passionate about improving individual’s relationship with body image and food and is further trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – Enhanced (CBT-E), the Evidence Based treatment for disordered eating. Emma encourages client’s to build self-confidence and compassion while increasing self-awareness, cognitive disputation, distress tolerance and emotional flexibility using a range of skills and strategies.


Prior experience

Throughout her training and practice, Emma has worked across a number of different settings including; schools, private practice, hospitals and assessment clinics. This is further reflected by her work supporting individuals with disabilities, mentoring children, youth and adolescents in her role as camp counsellor and program leader across Australian and American exchange programs. Emma has gained experience within cultural diversity from her mental health placement in Sri Lanka. Emma’s experience further extends to psychological research and assessment specifically in prospective memory in older adults, from her role as a research assistant at Australian Catholic University.


  • Master of Psychology (Clinical), Federation University
  • Graduate Diploma in Psychology, Australian Catholic University
  • Bachelor of Psychological Science, Australian Catholic University


  • Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)
  • Member of the National Eating Disorders Collaboration (NEDC)



  • AHPRA registration number: PSY0002349877
  • Provider number: 6191021F

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