Harriet Horton

BPsychSci (Hons)   Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)
AMAPS Associate Member of the Australian Psychological Society

I am a provisionally registered psychologist with a keen interest in a range of paediatric developmental, emotional and behavioural conditions impacting children and their families. My interests centre around helping children develop the key skills they need to navigate their world, including improving emotional and behavioural regulation, increasing coping abilities or working on their social skills.

As a provisional psychologist, I have a four-year degree in psychology and am currently completing my internship for full registration as a psychologist under the supervision of Matthew Simmond, a clinical psychologist at the Child Development Network. Through my internship at CDN, I have an ongoing commitment to extending my knowledge and skills with the latest evidence-based practice and therapeutic techniques.

Whilst completing my Bachelor of Psychological Sciences at the University of Queensland, I completed my research thesis with the Parenting and Family Support Centre (Triple P) and volunteered at the Mater Research Institute, researching the effects of parental mental health on the neurodevelopmental outcomes of children. For the last three years, I have also worked at the Child Development Network behind the scenes in the administrative team. I am passionate about working with children and their families, and enjoy the vibrancy and energy of the practice.

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