B.Sc. (Hons) in Psychology, Associate MAPS
Janice is an experienced psychologist with a particular interest in working with individuals affected by physical, sexual, and emotional maltreatment as children, who are experiencing relationship issues, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, and who might be living with their own or another person's problematic use of alcohol or other drugs; preoccupation with pornography or sexual acting out; or compulsive overeating or other eating disorder. She values the Twelve Step approach to addiction recovery, and is glad to work with individuals who are also involved in self-help programs.
Janice's background includes over 13 years of experience in working with individuals who have issues related to child sexual abuse, incuding work as a facilitator, counsellor and coordinator at SafeCare Inc., a community-based, not-for-profit organization, that was providing treatment for all family members where intrafamilial child sexual abuse had occurred (or was at risk of occurring). Since 2009 she has co-facilitated an treatment program for sex offenders. Janice is currently engaged in a combined PhD/Masters (Counselling) Psychology course at Curtin University, researching the Role of Relational Processes in Healing from Intrafamilial Sexual Abuse.
In a previous career, Janice earned a B. Bus degree (with Distinction) and worked for the Commonwealth Government Departments including a range of roles in health, taxation, social security and management, prior to leaving in 1996 to follow her passion by studying Psychology at Curtin University.
- Psychology Board of Australia (AHPRA) - Registered Psychologist
- Association of Counselling Psychologists (provisional)
- Australian Psychological Society - Associate member
Shenton Park Psychology Services
7/316 Onslow Road
Shenton Park WA 6008