Rosie Scott

Brisbane | Telehealth

Rosie (she/her) is a provisional psychologist who enjoys creating a warm, supportive space for her clients. She adapts her therapy style to suit clients’ needs and preferences, with sessions ranging from traditional talk therapy to more interactive, creative, and playful approaches.

With a background in the youth homelessness sector, Rosie takes a trauma-informed, strengths-based approach. She believes that people are the experts in their own lives and works collaboratively with clients to set and monitor therapy goals.

Drawing on her post-graduate Sexology training, Rosie has a particular interest in supporting clients to create fulfilling, expansive sex lives. She is kink-aware and sex-worker friendly and is affirming and supportive of diverse genders and neurotypes. She has undertaken extra training in counselling for unintended pregnancies and responding to disclosures of sexual assault.

Rosie takes an adaptive approach to therapy, integrating principles from Internal Family Systems (IFS), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mentalisation-Based Treatment (MBT), Creative Arts Therapies (CATs) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). In her relationship and couples work, she uses Imago and Gottman Therapies and Attachment principles to facilitate trust, communication, and healthy conflict resolution.

Outside of work, Rosie enjoys spending time with her wonderful cat, learning to roller-skate, and playing guitar.

Qualifications/Industry Associations:
  • Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) (Honours)
  • Graduate Diploma of Sexology

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