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Bridgette Stevenson is a registered Psychologist who has extensive experience working with a range of mental health issues across the lifespan, though particularly eating disorders. She practices evidence based and appropriate psychological interventions and considers the unique circumstances of each client.

Bridgette has experience working within both the public and private sector including inpatient and community treatment services. She has a commitment to ongoing learning and development, completing further training in Family Based Therapy for eating disorders (FBT), Enhanced Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for eating disorders (CBT-E), Schema Therapy for eating disorders, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy.

Bridgette has a special interest in working with adults and young people with eating disorders and body image concerns. She is passionate about providing a high quality of care and therefore has extensive training within this domain. Bridgette is currently working across the coast within community and inpatient eating disorder treatment facilities. 

Bridgette completed her qualifications at Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia, before relocating to her home town of Mildura, Victoria, to continue her career.  Bridgette is excited to have followed a lifelong dream of living and working on the Sunshine Coast and to have the opportunity to provide eating disorder specific treatment to those within the Noosa and surrounding areas. Bridgette is presently at Psychology ONE on Mondays.


Bachelor of Psychology (with Hons.)

General Registration – AHPRA

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