Monica is a provisionally registered psychologist passionate about applying current research and psychological principles to equip individuals with lifelong tools and strategies to improve their resilience and mental health.

She utilises a variety of approaches to support her clients including cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), mindfulness, relaxation techniques and interpersonal therapy (IPT), as well as narrative and attachment-based approaches.

Monica works closely with her clients to deliver evidence-based assessments and interventions according to current best practice protocols.

She enjoys working with late adolescent and adult clients and can assist with:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Grief and loss
  • Phobias
  • Substance abuse and other addictions
  • Co-dependency
  • Loneliness
  • Identity concerns
  • Life transitions
  • Spiritual and existential concerns

Her previous experience includes working with at risk youth and individuals with anxiety disorders. She also provided supportive counselling to adults of all ages struggling with addiction, as well as the provision of psychoeducation and support to their families.

Monica has a warm, friendly and engaging manner and values a professional and ethical approach at all times. She is passionate about empowering individuals by developing a strong therapeutic relationship and providing a safe space for individuals to heal from adverse experiences, explore unhelpful patterns, discover their true potential, and lead meaningful lives.

Monica has lived abroad for almost 20 years. As a result, she has a wealth of first-hand experience in cross-cultural communication and culturally responsive practices. She enjoys meeting and supporting people from all backgrounds.

Monica is bilingual and can offer sessions in English or Swedish.

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