Chloe is completing her Bachelor of Arts (Honours – Psychology) at the University of Sydney. For her Honours project, she has been conducting research on whether attachment styles predict how and why people regulate their emotions in their daily lives.
Chloe works closely with the psychologists at Sydney Clinical; Psychology to organise intake and Chloe- triage new client enquiries. She believes that the relationship between the client and the psychologist is key for effective therapy. Chloe understands the difficulty of seeking support and is warm and empathetic towards clients’ concerns.
In her spare time, she enjoys reading essays, watching films, and pursuing personally meaningful creative projects.
Chloe looks forward to working as a clinical psychologist in the future. She is especially interested in social constructionist approaches towards mental health, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, and trauma-informed approaches. She believes the future of psychology is exciting, as our language and conversations around mental health grow, and we become more compassionate and aware of one another.