Bryony Kitter completed her Masters in Clinical Psychology at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Bryony has experience working within the Paediatric Outpatient unit at the Sunshine Coast University Hospital, assisting children and their parents adjust and cope with the challenges of surgery, and chronic health issues. Bryony has also worked in the community health sector, supporting adults experiencing a range of mental health concerns related to chronic disease, and has a special interest in Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). Additionally, Bryony has completed a Masters in International Public Health and is passionate about assisting individuals to make meaningful change to support their overall mental and physical health.
Bryony has a warm, genuine, and compassionate approach to treatment, and considers it a priority that her clients feels heard and understood. Bryony draws on several evidenced-based treatment frameworks such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment-Based Therapy, to individually tailor her treatment approach for clients, and incorporates a strengths-based approach to assist individuals to build resilience and increase coping and overall wellbeing.