Tamsen Franklin

B.A, B.S.c. (Hons)., M.A. (Clinical Psychology). P.h.D

Tamsen is a clinical psychologist who assesses and treats children and adolescents. Her approach to therapy uses a range of evidence-based treatments to help young people and their families. She provides individual and parent therapy, and works with kindergartens and schools to support young people across domains in their lives.

Tamsen has experience with childhood difficulties, including anxiety, depression, trauma, behaviour problems, sleep difficulties, relational and attachment difficulties and Autism Spectrum Disorders. She has also worked with young people who are adjusting to major life changes, including parental separation and divorce. She aims to tailor her approach to the needs of each individual client and their family.

Tamsen has worked with children and parents in public and private mental health settings, including the Royal Children’s Hospital, headspace and the Royal Women’s Hospital. She completed her Masters of Clinical Psychology and PhD at the University of Melbourne. Her PhD examined the development of mental health difficulties during the transition from childhood to adolescence.