Marie Limb (BSc(Hons), MPsych (Counselling) is a Counselling Psychologist currently employed as a School Psychologist at Telethon Speech & Hearing supporting children with Hearing Loss/Hard of Hearing and Speech and Language Difficulties. Previous positions include a Sessional Academic at Curtin University teaching in the group psychotherapy unit for the Master of Psychology Counselling program, and many years working in the Courts and Corrections.
Marie enjoys working with young children and adolescents for the creativity and deep emotional experiences they bring, and for the past two decades has worked with young people and their families in a variety of settings including mental health, early intervention, drug & alcohol, courts, corrections, and education.
+ Experienced in contemporary approaches to mental health and disability and navigating the NDIS
+ Specialised clinical skills across a wide range of evidence supported approaches for individuals, families and at a systems level
+ Experience working with children, adolescents, families and adults across a wide range of complex and challenging mental health and disabilities
+ Experienced in assessment of autism, cognitive & executive functioning, reading & learning domains for diagnosis (and applications for funding or special provisions)
+ Experience and skills related to working in multidisciplinary and trans-disciplinary teams
+ At the centre of my approach is developing a strong therapeutic alliance and developing a solid conceptualisation and formulation. Treatment modalities are tailored to the needs of the individual and I treatment modalities include Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Existential Therapy, Attachment Therapy, and other evidence-based models. I also embrace Neurodiversity Affirming and Trauma-Informed practice.
+ I am committed to ongoing professional development and keep informed of current research findings, listening to the voices from the lived experience, and best practice recommendations.