Tayla is a registered provisional psychologist who completed both her undergraduate and honours degree in psychological science at the University of Adelaide.
Tayla is a friendly and compassionate provisional psychologist who aims to create a warm, patient focused environment to support each person’s unique goals. She is passionate about providing patients with an individualised, holistic care approach and believes in empowering clients to overcome their unique challenges to increase their overall quality of life drawn from evidence-based practices.
Tayla works with people across the lifespan to manage anxiety and mood difficulties and to build self-esteem. She has a particular interest in working with patients with eating disorders, self-esteem, bullying and body image concerns. Furthermore, she has a great interest in helping patients with concerns related to PTSD, mood, anxiety health, pain, grief, and loss. Tayla has completed research in the effects of bullying on one’s self esteem and enjoys supporting people with adjustment to life events and general stressors.
Tayla is available for individual therapy sessions with children, adolescents, and adults.
Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours)
Bachelor of Psychological Science
Registration and Certification
Registered Provisional Psychologist with Australian Health
Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
Member of the APS