Marnie Stewart

Marnie Stewart

Marnie is a registered provisional psychologist with an interest in supporting young children and adolescents within the NDIS framework. Marnie has previously worked both individually and in group settings with a variety of clients from diverse socio-economic backgrounds and different levels of cognitive functioning. Marnie has a particular interest in working with clients who have Autism Spectrum Disorder and collaborating with families to help identify strengths and assist them with thriving in society.

Marnie embraces a compassionate strengths-based approach in her practice which is inclusive of the support system around each client. She also works closely alongside families to support them in meeting their goals. Marnie encourages her clients to embrace their unique qualities and believes that everyone has their own strengths which should be acknowledged and supported.

Areas of work (NDIS clients only)

  • Anxiety (Generalised Anxiety, Social Anxiety and Separation Anxiety)
  • Body image
  • Depression
  • Emotional regulation
  • Interpersonal relationships (friendships and relationships)
  • Life transitions
  • Lifestyle balance
  • Neurodiversity (Autism and ADHD)
  • Social and friendship challenges
  • School difficulties (school refusal, perfectionism and exam stress)
  • Self-esteem and self-confidence
  • Sleep problems
  • Stress and worry
  • Unhelpful thinking and behaviours

Treatment approaches

Marnie embraces a client-centred and evidence-based approach to therapy using a range of modalities including:

  • Cognitive-behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • Play therapy
  • Reality therapy
  • Mindfulness based approaches

Qualifications and Memberships:

  • Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)
  • Associate Member of the Australian Psychological Society

Registered Provisional Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agenc