Dr Renée Bazley completed her PhD in Clinical Psychology at the University of Queensland.
Her doctoral research produced The HOLLY Program, an evidence-based suicide prevention program. Other research experience includes positions at The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health, investigating adolescent neurocognitive and emotional development, and developing an online parenting intervention for adolescent alcohol abuse. Renée’s research has been published in the Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science, Advances in Mental Health, Spirituality in Clinical Practice, and Australasian Psychiatry. She is also an experienced and engaging speaker, and enjoys presenting on mental health in educational, community and corporate settings.
Renée considers working clinically with clients to be a great privilege. She is intentional about bringing kindness and expertise to her sessions and creating an atmosphere of acceptance and hope. She has worked within multiple community settings, providing individual and group-based therapy in clinical, developmental, and health psychology contexts. Renée enjoys treating a broad range of psychological disorders using evidence-based therapies, assisting individuals of all ages to competently manage their mental health.