Dr Charlotte Ho
Clinical and Forensic Psychologist
Bachelor of Social Science (Family Studies)
Doctor of Psychology (Forensic)
Master of Psychology (Clinical)
- Charlotte is a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist with over 15 years’ experience working in both private health and public system. She holds a Bachelor degree in Social Science (Family Studies), a Doctoral degree in Forensic Psychology, and a master degree in Clinical Psychology. Charlotte is a member of Australian Psychological Society (MAPS), an APS Forensic College fellow, and is a Psychology Broad of Australia (PBA) approved supervisor.
- Charlotte provides services to clients who present with a range of psychological vulnerabilities (such as depression, anxiety, emotional and behavioural dysregulation, substance misuse, self-harm, suicide risk, self-esteem/confidence, bullying, grief and loss, and more). Her areas of work include treatment planning, intervention, clinical (cognitive functioning, behavioural, mental health) and specialist forensic (psychosexual risk, violence, parenting, protective capacity, family-related) assessment, report writing, and testimony. Charlotte has prepared reports for Australian Courts regarding family and children’s matters.
- Through travelling and working in different parts of Australia, Charlotte has gained a considerable amount of experiences in working closely with those from various cultural and religious backgrounds. In her spare time, Charlotte can be found walking and hiking in the great outdoors and she looks forward to becoming part of the BHC for Kids.