Ingeborg is a psychologist with experience in clinical assessment, treatment, counseling, and group therapy.
She has broad psychological experience including general child, adolescent and adult counseling, Critical Incident Stress Debriefing, and manager support services.
Ingeborg received her psychological training
in the Department of Psychology at the University of Queensland, in the Department of
Psychology at the Royal Brisbane Hospital in Brisbane, at Belmont Hospital in the Cognitive
Behaviour Therapy Unit, and the Drug and Alcohol Unit - Rubicon.
Ingeborg has specific interest in women's and children's issues, including:
Domestic Violence issues on contact between separated parents,
Stress reaction during court procedures,
anxiety and depression management.
Ingeborg has previously worked in the field of drug and alcohol and psychiatric hospital with men and women suffering depression, anger, post traumatic stress disorder and other mental health issues including, grief and loss, pain management and other health related issues that impact on the individual's mental health.
Ingeborg has been trained in Positive Parenting Program and has experience in dealing with children and adolescents with General Anxiety, Specific Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Separation Anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Symptoms, and Depression.
Full Registration with the Psychology Board &
Full Membership with the
Australian Psychological Society
Currently completing Clinical Doctorate in Psychology.
Masters in Psychology, University of Queensland, 1998.
BA (Hons) in Psychology, University of Queensland, 1996.
Behavioural Social Sciences, Queensland University of Technology, 1995.