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Chloe Cavanagh

Provisional Psychologist

Master of Clinical Psychology (in training), UTS
Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), ACU

I'm committed to creating a warm and empathetic therapeutic environment, fostering a safe space for clients to explore their thoughts, emotions, and concerns. I aim to provide a client-centered and evidence-based clinical approach that prioritises individualised care and comprehensive well-being.


I believe it is incredibly important to work collaboratively to identify goals and develop effective strategies for personal growth and positive change. I place a strong emphasis on empowering individuals with practical skills and insights to navigate life's challenges.

Clinical approach

  • CBT,  Mindfulness, and Family Systems Approach.

  • Works with adults, children and adolescents.

  • Client centred, strengths-based approach.

  • Collaboratively working with clients to reach their personal goals.

  • Provides evidence-based interventions that focus on understanding maintaining factors and developing practical coping strategies.

  • PROVISIONAL STATUS: Chloe is in her final year of her Master of Clinical Psychology degree. She is due to complete her studies at the end of 2024 and will be eligible for general psychology registration at the start of 2025.



  • Delivered individualised psychological therapy to children, adolescents, adults and families in a university clinic setting, working with an array of presentations including anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, perfectionism, emotion dysregulation and ADHD.

  • Experience working in the community mental health sector at Flourish Australia, where she currently works across several Supported Independent Living (SIL) accommodations. She provides supervision and assistance in daily tasks, fostering independence for individuals dealing with a range of mental health presentations such as Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective disorders, personality disorders, and ASD.

  • Experience working across a number of Outreach programs including Commonwealth Psychosocial Support (CPS), National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), and Young People’s Program (YPP), actively connecting individuals with mental health needs to essential support and services.

  • Engaged in collaborative efforts, liaising with the Mobile Assessment and Treatment (MAT) Team, ensuring effective monitoring of medication and delivering comprehensive bi-weekly handover reports.

  • Facilitated group programs aimed at providing individuals with mental illness an opportunity to socialise, engage with their community and gain support from staff and peers to achieve their personal goals.

  • Experience working for FriendLine, offering empathetic telephone support to those navigating emotional distress and loneliness.


  • Anxiety, panic, phobias, stress, OCD, and worry

  • Mood disorders, depression, bipolar

  • Anger and frustration

  • Body image issues

  • Eating issues and disorders

  • Confidence issues

  • Trauma and processing difficult experiences

  • Unhelpful and catastrophic thinking

  • Sleep difficulties

  • Grief & loss

  • Emotion regulation difficulties

  • Relationship difficulties

  • Sexual and intimacy difficulties

  • Friendship, social issues, and bullying

  • Work and academic difficulties

  • Perfectionism, motivation, time-management

  • ASD (high functioning)

  • ADHD - treatment, not assessment


  • Gender and sexuality

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