Ms Alexandra Ehrenberg is a registered (general) psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia and a member of the Australian Psychological Society.
Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology)
Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology
Masters of Brain and Mind Sciences (Brain and Mind Research Institute)
Alexandra has had extensive experience in both public and private sectors, delivering psychological services including individual therapy, family therapy, report writing and providing training and professional development programs.
Provides Services To:
Adults, Families, Adolescents and Children
Areas of Expertise:
- Domestic Violence
- Aged Care & Disability
- Motivational Interviewing
- Vocational Counselling
- Adjustment disorder
- Pain management
- Grief & Loss
- Personality profiling
- Terminal illness
- Intellectual disability
- Youth Justice
- Asylum Seekers & Detention Centres
Types of Treatment Modalities:
Alexandra draws upon a variety of interventions incorporating a wide range of therapeutic approaches including Acceptance and commitment therapy, Interactive drawing therapy, Cognitive behavioural therapy, Solution focused therapy, Narrative therapy. Alexandra’s passion and expertise focus on working with people who have experienced developmental trauma, domestic violence and emerging mental illness. Her aim is to provide a reparative environment to help young people learn about themselves and learn the skills to have a fulfilling life. Being trained in a diverse range of therapeutic frameworks means she is flexible in her approach and tailors the therapeutic process to meet your individual needs.