Isabella Rossettin


Master of Clinical Psychology, University of Technology Sydney

Bachelor of Psychology, Macquarie University

I provide clients with a supportive and safe space to share their thoughts, feelings, and experiences. I draw from a range of therapeutic models to address an individuals’ needs and equip them with skills to take on life’s challenges. I aim to be authentic in my practice and to help clients feel at ease in the therapy room.

At the heart of my approach is the belief that people are able to grow and evolve in order to live a meaningful life. I feel privileged to be in a position to observe people grow and take this into their lives outside the therapy room.

Clinical approach

  • CBT, ACT, Mindfulness, Schema, DBT and Parenting Strategies

  • Works primarily with adolescents and adults

  • A balance between practical strategies and deeper core work

  • Support clients in a safe and caring environment to reach their treatment goals

  • Empowering individuals to lead meaningful lives


  • Experience in delivering individualised and family treatment in private practice, university clinics and community health settings.
    Considerable experience working with a variety of disorders (e.g., anxiety, panic, perfectionism, depression, major life events/adjustment and disability), as well as
     trauma and personality disorders.

  • Trained in delivering manualised individual therapy to parents of children with oppositional defiant disorder. 

  • Experience providing support and behavioural interventions for young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder. 

  • Honours Dissertation in Cognitive Psychology. Masters Dissertation investigated child anxiety and chronic health conditions.


  • Anxiety, panic, phobias, stress, and worry

  • Depression and low mood

  • Emotion regulation difficulties

  • Self-harm

  • Unhelpful and catastrophic thinking

  • Trauma and processing difficult experiences

  • Personality disorders

  • Relationship and sexual difficulties

  • Gender and sexuality issues

  • Friendship, social issues, and bullying

  • Family issues and parenting

  • Work and academic difficulties

  • Perfectionism, motivation, time-management

  • Postnatal anxiety and depression