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Rene Martin-Harris

(she/her)
 
Clinical Psychologist

I have been a practising psychology since 2012 and pride myself on developing a meaningful, productive and fun relationship with clients. Therapy need not be heavy, particularly if we feel like a team, and I can help carry the load. 

 

I practice from cognitive, behavioural, mindfulness and acceptance frameworks, tailoring the approach to your needs and preferences. 

 

A loyal public servant, I have worked for 5 years at SA Health’s Statewide Eating Disorder Service providing 1:1 and group therapy and meal support in inpatient and outpatient settings. I worked for 3 years at North Eastern Community Mental Health service specialising in delivering group programs, particularly dialectical behaviour therapy for people with borderline personality disorder. Most recently, I’m in my third year as a school psychologist at Glenunga International High School where I write wellbeing curriculum for pastoral care programs, deliver large scale wellbeing workshops, provide leadership guidance, staff training and individual and group therapy. 

 

I have been coming to Human.Kind as a yogi for 2.5 years. I am so happy to be part of the Human.Kind provider family and immerse myself more in this community which serves to empower individuals to live their healthiest and happiest life.

-Psychologist for 9 years.

-Specialises in emotion regulation.

-Love working with challenges around mood, eating and impulsive behaviour.

-Highest values: growth, kindness,  adventure and connection.

-Nature, hiking, yoga, climbing, cooking (eating) and adventure enthusiast.

-Dog and people obsessed.

Rene Martin-Harris

“We don’t see things as they are,
we see them as we are.”
 – Anäis Nin

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