Megan Pumpa is a registered clinical psychologist. Megan completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, with a research focus on self-harm in young people. She completed her post-graduate clinical training in regional NSW at the University of New England.
Megan has worked in community mental health, with a specialised interest in treating adolescent and adult mental health concerns. Specifically, Megan has a specific interest in treating anxiety disorders such as generalised anxiety, panic and obsessive compulsive disorders. She is also experienced in treating and providing support for clients experiencing mood disorders, trauma, emotion dysregulation and early psychosis.
Megan is skilled in a range of evidence based clinical interventions and therapies and is skilled in working with clients at their own pace. Typically, Megan uses cognitive behaviour therapies including acceptance and commitment therapy and dialectical behaviour therapy. Megan is a friendly and empathic psychologist who believes in creating a safe and comfortable space for clients to be able to work toward their goals.