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Libby Tooth

Registered Psychologist

support@mullumbimbypsychology.com.au
02 6684 4748
50 min standard session
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Medicare rebate with a GP Mental Health Plan
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Monday and Friday Appointments.
Clients:  Children, Teens, Families, New Parents and Adults

Libby is a General Psychologist registered with the Psychology Board of Australia (AHPRA), currently undertaking Clinical Endorsement. Libby has experience working with children, adolescents and adults with a particular interest and experience in working with children and their families. She has a background in youth homelessness service provision, foster care and children’s residential care. Libby is skilled in current evidence-based therapies and has a strength based, holistic, person-centred approach, that is underpinned by an understanding of developmental neurobiology, attachment and trauma informed care. Libby is also able to provide cognitive and adaptive psychological testing for children and adults if requested.

Libby has undertaken Clinical Placements within the Bond University Psychology Clinic and the Sub-Acute inpatient unit and Youth Acute Care at Byron Central Hospital. She also has recent experience working as an Alcohol and Other Drug Counsellor.

She has specialised training in Evidence-based Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and Bringing Up Great Kids parenting program. Libby strongly believes in empowering individuals to learn or develop the skills necessary to enable them to support themselves, and has a respectful understanding of each individual’s journey.

Qualifications

Libby has a Diploma in Community Services (Youth Work), Bachelor of Arts (Youth Studies) and Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs from Victoria University. She has a Graduate Diploma in Psychology from Southern Cross University, a Bachelor of Psychological Science (First Class Honours) from Central Queensland University and a Master of Psychology (Clinical) from Bond University. Libby is a Member of the Australian Psychological Association (APS).