Psychologists

Psychologists Adelaide

Our psychologists are trained in a number of different approaches. After listening to your situation as you see it, he or she will explain how they plan to help you.

Each new psychologist that has joined Rose Park Psychology has a Masters level qualification in psychology, with at least 5 years experience, and use a range of evidence-based approaches, including: Psycho-education, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness, Interpersonal Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Hypnosis. We are committed to adopting effective treatment strategies as demonstrated by outcome research.

Deborah Lawton has chosen the psychologists who conduct their practice at Rose Park Psychology, because they are committed to sincerely using their knowledge and skills to provide the best therapeutic outcome for the clients. Also, it is her goal to provide working conditions and an environment that allows everyone to do their best work with a high level of support.

Our psychologists have low workloads and enjoy support through professional supervision and training.

Many of the psychologists are trained and endorsed as clinical psychologists. This means that they have completed, a masters degree in clinical psychology, two years of supervised practice in clinical psychology, and participate in additional training and supervision which supports and expands their skills as clinical psychologists.

For more information about each psychologist at our Adelaide practice in Rose Park, click on their name to see a full profile or give us a call and our receptionist will help you with your choice.

Psychologists who see Adults

Dr Christine Botha-Webb

Chris focuses on her relationship with her clients, seeing it as integral to therapy. She utilises a predominantly Cognitive Behaviour Therapy approach, drawing from other therapies such as Solution-Focused Therapy and Interpersonal Therapy. She provides focussed psychological strategies for anxiety, depression and adjustment disorders. She is also experienced in working with sleep disorders, sleep hygiene and relaxation, grief counselling, anger management, body image and weight loss, issues arising from childhood trauma, as well as Mindfulness and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.

Dr Remy McCubbin

Dr McCubbin approaches his work with objectivity and a good sense of humour. He provides clinical psychology services using Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Interpersonal Therapy for clients with problems ranging from mild depression and anxiety to those with severe and enduring mental health problems. He has a special interest in social phobia, and is also experienced in sleep disorders, grief counselling, anger management, body image, issues arising from childhood trauma, and sexual dysfunction.

Leticia Aust

Leticia is a clinical psychologist who now focuses on the treatment of anxiety. She takes a structured approach, using tried and true treatment programs, making sure that her clients feel safe to challenge their anxieties step by step within a secure structure.

She has worked across multiple government departments, including the Department of Defence, Child and Adolescent Mental Health, and the Adult Community Mental Health Team. Leticia  practiced in the United Kingdom for several years.

Carol Hunter

Carol has a caring and gentle approach to working with people. Her manner is both understanding and honest. She enjoys working with adults and young people from a wide range of backgrounds who are having difficulties in their lives. She has a particular interest in helping those suffering from depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue, sleep disorders, body image difficulties, weight loss, and eating disorders. Carol also provides grief counselling, help with anger management and issues related to childhood trauma. She includes Mindfulness approaches and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy when suitable.

Katherine Hunt

Katherine is a Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years of clinical and research experience. Her flexible, respectful and contemporary approach has resulted in good working relationships with her clients, and their retention in therapy. Katherine has expertise in treating a diverse range of adult issues, and is proficient at Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR).

Dr Nicole Rossotti

Nicole has worked in a variety of clinical settings in South Australia over the past ten years, prior to which she gained a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from London’s City University and worked as a consultant clinical psychologist in Britain’s National Health Service. Nicole shares with her clients a wide repertoire of techniques from a range of theoretical approaches, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness., with proved track records of increasing satisfaction and meaningfulness. Nicole works with distress experienced with family, relationships, or workmates, whether recent or long-standing. Nicole relates to others with gentleness, compassion and understanding.

Relationship Counselling Psychologists

Dr Remy McCubbin

Dr McCubbin is married with two young children and he also brings the perspective of maintaining relationships with the pressures of a young family. Remy is also happy to provide early relationship guidance to new couples.

Tina Charles

Tina uses the Gottman approach to assist couples. This is a structured approach that teaches a new way to approach your relationship and you will be asked to attend together and separately whilst you work through learning new skills and applying them to solve old problems and discover new ways of relating.

Family Therapy

Katherine Hunt

Katherine is a qualified Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years of clinical and research experience. Her flexible, respectful and contemporary approach has resulted in good working relationships with her clients, and their retention in therapy. Katherine has expertise in treating a diverse range of child and adult issues, and is proficient at Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing.

Stephanie McBeath

Stephanie has a warm and inclusive manner. She rapidly develops therapeutic bonds with children and adults alike, and finds this rewarding and very effective in working toward positive outcomes for a range of clients. She will work with you to formulate goals that are meaningful to you. She is proud to provide a setting in which children are listened to and heard, and caregivers are given support to bring about positive change in family relationships, including working to improve communication with their children.

Ageing Support Psychologists

Carol Hunter

Carol has a caring and gentle approach to working with people. Her manner is both understanding and honest. She enjoys working with adults and young people from a wide range of backgrounds who are having difficulties in their lives. She has a particular interest in helping those suffering from depression, anxiety, chronic pain, chronic fatigue and eating disorders. She also has a passion in helping people with age-related issues. She can provide supportive therapy to families who may have been affected by a member with dementia. Carol has been approved to provide psychological services to veterans by the DVA, and is experienced in working with disability and illness, as well as providing palliative care.

Dr Nicole Rossotti

Nicole has worked in a variety of clinical settings in South Australia over the past ten years, prior to which she gained a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from London’s City University and worked as a consultant clinical psychologist in Britain’s National Health Servicewith adults of all ages, and also heading a clinical psychology service for older people. Nicole shares with her clients a wide repertoire of techniques from a range of theoretical approaches, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness, with proven track records of increasing satisfaction and meaningfulness. Nicole works with distress experienced with family, relationships, or workmates, whether recent or long-standing. Nicole relates to others with gentleness, compassion, and understanding.

Health Psychology

Carol Hunter

Carol has a caring and gentle approach to working with people. Her manner is both understanding and honest. She enjoys working with adults and young people from a wide range of backgrounds who are having difficulties in their lives. Carol is also experienced with individuals coping with fertility issues, as well as pregnancy and postnatal issues, and pain management.

Katherine Hunt

Katherine is a qualified Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years of clinical and research experience. Her flexible, respectful and contemporary approach has resulted in good working relationships with her clients, and their retention in therapy. Katherine has expertise in treating a diverse range of child and adult issues, and is proficient at Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing.

Dr Nicole Rossotti

Nicole has worked in a variety of clinical settings in South Australia over the past ten years, prior to which she gained a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from London’s City University and worked as a consultant clinical psychologist in Britain’s National Health Service. Nicole shares with her clients a wide repertoire of techniques from a range of theoretical approaches, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness, with proven track records of increasing satisfaction and meaningfulness. She works with distress experienced with family, relationships, or workmates, whether recent or long-standing, and relates to others with gentleness, compassion and understanding. Nicole works with people with pain using an approach based on Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR), as well as Mindfulness. Both of these approaches, either on their own or combined,have been found to be very helpful for clients with chronic pain.

Leticia Aust

Leticia is a clinical psychologist with an extremely broad area of experience. She has worked across multiple government departments, including Child and Adolescent Mental Health, the Adult Community Mental Health Team, and more. Leticia has also worked within the WorkCover system, and has international experience, having practised in the United Kingdom for several years.

Child Psychologists

Stephanie McBeath

Stephanie has a masters degree in educational psychology. She also see children for a wide range of clinical issues including autistic spectrum disorders through NDIS funding. She was a pediatric nurse for 10 years before gaining her qualifications in psychology. She works directly with children and works with parents to establish the skills they need to help and cope with sick children.

Adolescents (Over 12)

Dr Christine Botha-Webb

Christine focuses on her relationship with her client, seeing it as integral to therapy, and works with adolescents. She utilises a predominantly Cognitive Behaviour Therapy approach, drawing from other therapies such as Mindfulness, Solution-Focused Therapy and Interpersonal Therapy. She works with those suffering from mild symptoms of depression and anxiety, as well as self-harm, school issues and bullying, substance abuse, and child abuse.

Katherine Hunt

Katherine is a qualified Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years of clinical and research experience. Her flexible, respectful and contemporary approach has resulted in good working relationships with her clients, and their retention in therapy. Katherine has expertise in treating a diverse range of child and adult issues, and is proficient at Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing.

Positive Psychology

Organisational Psychology

 Dr Christine Botha-Webb

Chris focuses on her relationship with client, seeing it as integral to therapy. She utilises a predominantly Cognitive Behaviour Therapy approach, drawing from other therapies such as Solution-Focussed Therapy and Interpersonal Therapy. She provides focussed psychological strategies for workplace stress management, as well as strategies on handling interpersonal conflict, and poor motivation.

Dr Nicole Rossotti

Nicole has worked in a variety of clinical settings in South Australia over the past ten years, prior to which she gained a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from London’s City University and worked as a consultant clinical psychologist in Britain’s National Health Service. She has extensive experience in stress management.

Katherine Hunt

Katherine is a Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years of clinical and research experience. Her flexible, respectful and contemporary approach has resulted in good working relationships with her clients, and their retention in therapy. Katherine has expertise in treating a diverse range of child and adult issues, and is proficient at Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing.

Return to Work Claims

Carol Hunter

Carol has a caring and gentle approach to working with people. Her manner is both understanding and honest. She enjoys working with adults and young people from a wide range of backgrounds who are having difficulties in their lives. Carol is happy to provide both assessment for clients with WorkCover or Motor Vehicle Accident claims, as well as common law medico-legal assessments.

Dr Nicole Rossotti

Nicole has worked in a variety of clinical settings in South Australia over the past ten years, prior to which she gained a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from London’s City University and worked as a consultant clinical psychologist in Britain’s National Health Service. Nicole shares with her clients a wide repertoire of techniques from a range of theoretical approaches, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness, with proved track records of increasing satisfaction and meaningfulness. Nicole works with distress experienced with family, relationships, or workmates, whether recent or long-standing. Nicole relates to others with gentleness, compassion and understanding.

Medico-legal Assessment

Carol Hunter

Carol  provides both assessment and treatment for clients with WorkCover or Motor Vehicle Accident claims, as well as common law medico-legal assessments.

Dr Remy McCubbin

Dr McCubbin  provides medico-legal reports for Victims of Crime.