Emma Lambert (née Ballantyne)
Emma Lambert, Assoc. MAPS, is a registered psychologist with extensive experience in treating children, adolescents and their families. She completed her studies in psychology at The University of Sydney and Bond University and graduated with distinction. She is a member with the Australian Psychological Society (APS).
With a comprehensive background in behaviour therapy and early intervention, Emma has developed a passion for working with young people and has seen the impact that early intervention can have on influencing the future of a child. Emma is experienced in working with children and adolescents presenting with anxiety, depression, behavioural disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder, attention deficits (ADHD), social difficulties, disability and emotional regulation difficulties.
Emma draws on evidence-based treatment frameworks to tailor interventions to meet the needs and treatment goals of each individual client. Emma is creative in her approach to therapy, drawing on the client’s strengths as a foundation for building lifelong skills and flexibility. Emma is trained in numerous evidence-based child and family interventions including, Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Cool Kids, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), the ProACTive program, Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS), Systemic Family Therapy, and the Integrated Family Intervention for Child Conduct Problems.
Emma works openly and collaboratively with schools, educators, families, doctors and other health professionals to provide a holistic, coordinated and comprehensive approach to treatment.