BSoc(Fam Stds), MPsych(Clin Psych), MAPS
Ronit completed her undergraduate degree and honours in Family Studies Psychology in 2000, followed by her Master’s in Clinical Psychology and additional post graduate studies in child and education. Ronit practices as a Clinical Psychologist within a Family Systems Biopsychosocial Model.
Ronit has worked with children and families in a number of settings including Private Practice, Community Health and Hospital Settings and has held positions in Mental Health, Child Protection Residential Care and Adolescent and Early Intervention Programs. Ronit has developed Behaviour Management Systems within a number of schools and provides Professional Development and Clinical Supervision.
Ronit is particularly passionate about working with parents to support children and adolescents with psychological, developmental and medical issues. Focusing on the uniqueness of each individual child and their central environments (home and school), Ronit provides treatment for children and strategies for carers to provide benefits that are enduring and far reaching.
Ronit enjoys working with children, adolescents and carers across a wide range of clinical, social, emotional and developmental issues including:
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD),
- Traumatic Incidents,
- Peer Related Behavioural Issues,
- Separation & Divorce,
- At risk presentations.