Meet the team
May is an AHPRA Registered Psychologist with diverse work experience in private practice ,rehabilitation, government and disability sectors.
May utilises a person-centred approach, understanding each individual’s unique circumstances and socio-cultural background to ensure the treatment she provides is both appropriate and effective.
Her warm and down-to-earth style helps clients feel at ease and encourages clients make positive, meaningful changes in their lives.
May has a special interest in abnormal psychology presentations including personality disorders, complex trauma histories, eating disorders, couples work and neurodivergence assessment for provisional diagnosis and intervention.
May draws upon a range of evidence-based frameworks such as polyvagal, attachment and developmental, psychodynamic and personality theories to find the best fit for each client.
Key interest areas
- ADHD Provisional Assessment and Intervention
ASD Skills Training in Interpersonal Effectiveness
Sexuality and Sexual Health
Complex and Childhood Trauma
Index Trauma Processing
Emotional Dysregulation and NSSI
Adjustment to Injury
Workplace Issues/ Workers
Key approaches to therapy
- Polyvagal Processing
- Psychodynamic and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
- Provocation Therapy
- Attachment Theory