Helen Bradley (Broome Clinic)
B.App Sc (Med Tech) (Curtin)., Grad Dip (Special) Education (UWA).,
B.Sc (Psych) Honours (ECU)., Master Psych (Clinical), (ECU).
Clinical Psychologist (W.A.) Member of the Australian Psychological Society
Helen is a Clinical Psychologist with experience working therapeutically with adults across the lifespan with additional competency in working with indigenous clients, hearing impaired, pregnancy and new mums and babies, and those individuals with chronic and neurological disease. Helen works with clients presenting with a wide range of issues, including depression, anxiety disorders, grief and loss, trauma, self-esteem and relationship distress. Helen Is comfortable supporting couples or individuals with sexuality difficulties particularly female sexual difficulties such as vagimismus.
Helen’s practice is LGBTIQ affirmative. She has a special interest in gender identity and is able to support clients exploring their preferred gender identification, including assisting with the transition process.
Helen’s therapeutic approach is to provide a safe and non-judgemental environment for people to explore the difficulties they are facing. This includes working with her clients to develop greater insight into their own behaviour, and to better understand their relationships. By helping clients to better understand themselves, Helen not only helps her clients to tackle their current issues, but provides a framework by which her clients are more resilient, and better prepared to face any difficulties that may arise in the future.
To ensure her therapeutic approach remains flexible and contemporary, Helen regularly attends professional development and supervision. Her practice is informed by the following models of practice:
- Metacognitive and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Schema Therapy
- Mindfulness approaches
- Interpersonal Therapy
- Emotional Focused Therapy
- Psychodynamic Therapy
- Clinical Hypnotherapy