Rachel Hinton is a clinical psychologist who is committed to exploring all aspects of the human condition and supports a wide variety of people with various presenting concerns. She has strong experience in providing treatment to individuals experiencing substance use disorders and trauma, and has completed further training in post-natal and perinatal mental health since having her own child.
Rachel makes a great effort to create a non-judgmental and supportive environment for her clients. She takes a caring and collaborative approach to therapy to help clients receive the support needed to make and maintain positive changes. Rachel practices within a variety of evidence-based therapeutic frameworks including cognitive behaviour therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy and dialectical behaviour therapy.
Rachel completed her Bachelor of
Social Sciences (Psychology) with Honours, and a Master of Clinical Psychology
at Bond University and has experience working in private practice at both the
Lives Lived Well Specialist Centre and headspace Southport. She has published
research in the field of addiction and teaches clinical skills at Medical
Students at Bond University.
Rachel is a Psychology Board approved Supervisor for provisional psychologists and clinical registrars.
Because of the amount of information we need to collect, new patients cannot currently book appointments online. If you are a new patient and would like to schedule an appointment, please us the details below to get in touch.
Email: [email protected]
Returning patients are welcome to book online for convenience. Choose your practitioner and your preferred date and time. You’ll need an email address and mobile phone number to register, and will receive a confirmation via email.BOOK ONLINE