Hollie Laver has been a registered psychologist since 2009 and is currently the Clinical Coordinator of the Barwon Health Eating Disorders Unit. She has over 7 years experience in mental health triage, crisis and continuing care treatment in adult and youth community mental health.
Hollie completed her Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) with Honours in 2006 at Deakin University, and worked as a provisional psychologist at Ballarat Psychiatric Services to gain her full registration. She is currently completing her Master of Clinical Psychology at Deakin University. Her research thesis title is “Risk and Protective Factors for Eating Disorders in the Family Environment.”
Hollie works in the field of eating disorders and mainly with youth. Her primary therapeutic approach is Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) where she has completed advanced professional training through Orygen Youth Health. She also regularly attends the Centre of Excellence in Eating Disorders (CEED) for further training and seminars.
Hollie is a passionate advocate for the delivery of quality health services to young people.
Hollie’s Recommended Resources
Cognitive Analytic Therapy
Hollie’s Self-Care Tip
Latest posts by Amy Felman (see all)
- #51 – Early Career Psychologist Series, Chapter 4 – Rose Evans and Anastasia Hronis - September 8, 2017
- #50 – Early Career Psychologist Series, Chapter 3 – Ceara Rickard - August 22, 2017
- #49 – Early Career Psychologist Series, Chapter 2 – Kieran & Tania - August 9, 2017