I have recently relocated to Adelaide from Tasmania and I’m on a quest to determine which state actually has claim to the best food and drink (Tasmania is winning so far although the team at ThinkWise are going to be working hard to alter this perception!). When not at work you’ll probably find me brunching my way through the local café scene. Due to this love of food and a rather sedentary job I like to find fun new ways to keep myself active – currently swimming and kick boxing are this year’s interests. I’m also a bit of a homebody and love a good cuddle with my two cats (a Burmese and a Russian Blue).
Maddeline Rowell is able to provide assessment and treatment for a range of mental health concerns across the lifespan, espcially adult and older adult clients who may be struggling with phsyical as well as psychological difficulties. Maddy enjoys working with adults and older adults experiencing OCD and specific phobias.
Maddy also has a special interest in sexual health and dysfunctions; working with transgender/non binary related mental health difficulties; and general gender, sexuality and identity questioning concerns. She has previously worked in a regional sexual health clinic for a number of years. During her time here a large influx of young people seeking information and support regarding the transition process was evident, and she also worked with a number of older adults questioning whether to transition at later stages of their lives.
Maddy also has years of experience working in hospital and health settings and has an interest in helping clients come to terms with and adjust to a range of diagnoses or major changes in their lives brought on by traumatic injury or changes in their health.
- Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), University of Tasmania
- Master of Clinical Psychology, University of Tasmania
- Member of the Australian Psychological Society
- Registration with Australian Health Practitioners Registration Authority (AHPRA)
- Member of Society of Australian Sexologists