Ms. Sophie Glynn (she/her)

Barts (Psych), BPSych (Hons), MProfPsych

Provisional Psychologist

Sophie (she/her) is committed to providing clients with a warm, collaborative, and non-judgmental space to explore their concerns and feel heard. She endeavors to empower individuals by helping them to recognise their strengths and approach their goals/concerns with self-compassion and curiosity. Sophie primarily draws upon a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) framework, however, may incorporate skills from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) depending on her client’s individual needs.

Sophie has a particular interest in working with LGBTQIAP+ people and identifies as a proud member of this community herself. She has experience supporting clients with a range of concerns including depression, anxiety, interpersonal issues, low self-esteem, body image concerns, work related stress, and sleep. Sophie has completed a Masters of Professional Psychology and is registered as a provisional Psychologist.

Sophie is currently completing her 5+1 pathway to registration as a general psychologist. Q Psychology is a placement location for Provisional Psychologists. Provisional Psychologists completing a 5+1 pathway have completed at least a five year degree at University (three year undergraduate degree in psychology, a honours/graduate diploma fourth year, and a Masters of Professional Psychology). Provisional psychologists are qualified to provide psychological assessment and treatment under the supervision of a Board-Registered Psychology Supervisor and can provide affordable psychological care to our clients. There is no requirement for a mental healthcare plan or referral and therefore long-term psychological treatment without Medicare limitations is available via this service. Q Psychology is passionate about supporting the development of psychologists through these programs.

Sophie is available at our St Kilda clinic.

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Qualifications

Bachelor of Arts (Major in Psychology)
Bachelor of Social Sciences (Psychology) (Honours)
Master of Professional Psychology

Professional associations and memberships

Member of The Australian Association of Psychologists Inc AAPi.

Publications

Glynn, S. A., McLaren, S., & Goldie, P. D. (2023). Sexual Orientation Concealment, Hope, and Depressive Symptoms Among Sexual Minority Women: The Moderating Role of Sexual Orientation. Journal of Homosexuality, 1-23.