Specialisation: Australian Registered Clinical Psychologist
Liselotte (or Lisa) has over 15 years of experience as a (clinical) psychologist. In addition to her master’s degree in clinical and health psychology, she has also completed a PhD in environmental psychology. Since obtaining her Master’s degree in 2005, Liselotte has worked with many different client populations with a wide range of issues. She has worked with clients from 4-104 years old, but works mainly with adults now. She has worked in various settings – among which private practice, return-to-work programs (mainly covering stress-related issues such as burn-out), an (outpatient) addiction education and treatment centre and geriatric rehabilitation units – with the bulk of her experience in private practice. Liselotte is familiar with the following treatment modalities:
In treatment she generally uses the modality (and/or a selection of the techniques from various modalities) that matches best with the situation of the client and/or is preferred by the client. Liselotte is very involved with the environment and she tries to do her part to help combat climate change. In addition, she is working towards living a (more) self-sufficient lifestyle, for example by growing her own food, and she has an interest in natural building styles and permaculture. She has also set up food-rescue initiatives to help prevent food waste. In her free time she enjoys spending time in nature, by going hiking, swimming or climbing (Via Ferratas). In addition to English, Liselotte is fluent in Dutch. Throughout her career, Liselotte has worked as a psychologist in various countries, including the Netherlands, Belgium and Australia (Toowoomba, QLD and Perth, WA).