Kiara goes by the pronouns she/they, and started her journey of Psychology 10 years ago. She is passionate about helping someone see what they are capable of. Her practice is informed by queer and feminist theory, and she is passionate about addressing systemic disadvantages against BIPOC (Black, Indigenous People of Colour) and LGBTQIA+ communities in both
her professional and personal life.

She has experience in a variety of psychology roles, from trauma counselling with rape and domestic violence survivors, to supporting teenagers with complex mental health and addiction, to providing counselling support to trans and gender diverse teens and young adults at Headspace. Kiara brings this experience to her therapeutic work at The Psychology Space.

Kiara is currently studying a Master of Science in Medicine, Sexual and Reproductive Health and is also newly venturing into couples’ therapy including sex therapy.

Kiara has a warm and compassionate approach. She is able to work with children and adults of all ages for a wide range of presenting issues such as gender identity, sexuality, mood and anxiety disorders, OCD, Autism, personality disorders, trauma, grief and loss, and addictions.

Kiara enjoys meeting with couples and people in polyamorous and non-monogamous relationship networks around a range of relationship issues, including sexual concerns.

Memberships: ● AAPi ● AUSPATH ● WPATH ● ESSM