Millie is a Psychologist who joined Connect Psychology in July 2018. Before joining the Connect team, Millie completed her doctorate in Psychology and worked in research with a specific interest in diet, sleep, and behaviour in children. Currently, Millie is completing her Master of Clinical Psychology: she will then be registered as a Clinical Psychologist.
Millie provides an energetic, warm, and child-friendly approach to psychological services. She works with children and teenagers with a range of developmental, emotional, behavioural, social, and learning difficulties in the office. As well, she is part of the In-School Intervention team and regularly provides support to her clients in their natural social environment of school and home. She has developed a particular interest in supporting children with neurodevelopmental difficulties including intellectual disability and Tourette’s syndrome and is a trained C -BIT therapist.
Millie enjoys working with children and teenagers with a range of challenges and focusing on their strengths:
- Emotional regulation difficulties
- Intellectual Disability
- Tourette’s syndrome
- Challenging behaviours at both home and school
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Social skills at home and school
- Social relationships
Millie also undertakes learning and diagnostic assessments including Autism Spectrum Disorder as part of the Assessment Team and is a registered Secret Agent Society provider.