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About

Tamara Cavenett is an adelaide based clinical psychologist and with a special interest in difficult to treat and complex disorders. Tamara integrates various therapeutic techniques depending on the needs of the client, and their personal goals.

 

Techniques:

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy techniques (CBT)

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy techniques (ACT)

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy techniques (DBT)

Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behaviour Therapy techniques (MCBT)

Elements of Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT)

Elements of Positive Psychotherapy (PPT)

Elements of Neuropsychotherapy (NPT)

Elements of Schema Therapy (ST)

 

Qualifications:

Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Honours) - Flinders University

Masters of Psychology (Clinical) - University of New South Wales

 

Professional Associations:

President-elect of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)

Full and Current Registration with The Psychology Board of Australia (PBA)

Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society (FAPS)

Fellow of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists (FCCLP)

Past Chair APS College of Clinical Psychologists (National)

Master of Psychology (Clinical) Program Advisory Board Member (Uni SA)

Past Committee Member APS College of Clinical Psychologists (SA Branch)

Past Committee Member APS College of Clinical Psychologists (National)

 

Supervisor Status:

Approved Supervisor for Clinical Registrar Program

Approved Supervisor for 4+2 Internship

Approved Supervisor for Clinical Higher Degree Program 

Approved Supervisor for the APS College of Clinical Psychologists

 

Publications:

Cavenett, T. & Nixon, R.D.V. (2006). The effect of arousal on memory for emotionally-relevant information: A study of skydivers. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 44, 1461-1469. READ IT HERE

 

Newell, B R., Cavenett, T. & Andrews, S. (2008). On the immunity of perceptual implicit memory to manipulations of attention. Memory & Cognition 36, 725. READ IT HERE

 

Bruggemann, L., Nixon, R. & Cavenett, T. (2007). Predicting acute anxiety and depression following hip fracture. Journal of Behaviour Medicine 30, 97. READ IT HERE

 

Other:

Session Chair 2016 APS College of Clinical Psychologists Conference

Session Chair 2015 APS College of Clinical Psychologists Conference

Session Chair 2014 APS College of Clinical Psychologists Conference

Services

Depression

Anxiety

Insomnia

Stress

Eating Disorders

Anger Management

Self Esteem

Addictions

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Grief & Loss

Postnatal Depression and Anxiety

Workplace Issues

Bipolar Disorder

Pain Management

Personality Disorders

PTSD & Trauma

Panic Attacks

Perfectionism

Psychosis

Communication Difficulties

Hoarding

Sexuality Issues

Childhood Trauma

Family Conflict