Ms Scarlett Bones
Clinical Psychology Registrar
Scarlett is undertaking the Clinical Registrar Program supervised by Dr Meg Scanlan, after completing her Master of Psychology (Clinical) in 2021.
Scarlett grew up in the south of the state and completed her Undergraduate and Masters degrees at the University of Tasmania. Scarlett has an interest in eating disorders and helping people improve their relationship with food, exercise and their body. Scarlett also works with clients experiencing anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns. Scarlett has an evidence-based and client-centred approach. Scarlett aims to create a space that is collaborative, warm and open, where clients can achieve positive change and work towards their therapeutic goals.
Outside of work Scarlett loves the outdoors and enjoys bushwalking, as well as reading, yoga, and adding to her ever-growing collection of house plants.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy – Enhanced (for Eating Disorders; CBT-E)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
AHPRA Registered Psychologist
Registered Medicare Provider