About Us

Mrs Emma-Leigh Senyard is a Clinical Psychologist

Board-Approved Supervisor, Lecturer and PhD Candidate. Emma-Leigh has over 6 years’ experience in Private Practice working across the lifespan, but with particularly expertise with children, adolescents and families. Emma-Leigh provides both assessment and intervention services and has worked in a variety of other settings including: community clinics, health clinics, hospitals and non-for-profit organisations. Emma-Leigh is also an accredited Triple P Provider.

Emma-Leigh provides treatment across a range of areas including (but not limited to):

Emma-Leigh employs a range of therapeutic techniques including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Trauma-Focussed Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (TF-CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Triple P, Narrative Therapy, Solution-Focussed Therapy and Interpersonal Therapy.

Emma-Leigh is also a Lecturer in the Masters of Clinical Psychology, Masters of Professional Psychology and Masters of Clinical Psychology (Advanced Entry) programs at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ). Emma-Leigh’s role at USQ involves teaching, research and supervision of provisional psychologists.

Emma-Leigh is also passionate about research and is currently completing her PhD she began in 2020. Her research is on adolescents’ engagement is online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy programs. Further research areas include disability and mental health, mental health amongst Australian tradesmen, online cognitive-behavioural interventions, and therapeutic rapport.

Emma-Leigh is a member of the Australian Psychological Society, and holds registration and clinical endorsement with the Psychology Board of Australia/Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency.

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Emma-Leigh is passionate about working collaboratively with individuals and families to optimise their mental health outcomes. Emma-Leigh employs a variety of therapeutic frameworks to help individuals achieve their full potential by providing a range of evidence-based psychological strategies.
Emma-Leigh Senyard Clinical Psychologist is not able to offer emergency or crisis support. For emergency assistance, please contact your Emergency Department or Lifeline on 13 11 44.