Welcome to the therapeutic space where healing begins, and personal growth flourishes. I am delighted to welcome you to my practice as an experienced Clinical Psychologist and Board Approved Supervisor.

Life's journey can be both rewarding and challenging, and it's my privilege to be a part of yours. With years of experience, I bring a wealth of knowledge and a compassionate heart to guide you through life's complexities.

I understand that taking the first step towards therapy or supervision can be daunting, but rest assured, you are in a safe and supportive environment. My approach is rooted in empathy, respect, and a genuine commitment to your well-being. Together, we will embark on a journey of self-discovery, growth, and healing.

As a Clinical Psychologist, I specialise in helping individuals like you navigate the intricate landscape of emotions, thoughts, and behaviours. Whether you're struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, or simply seeking personal growth, I offer a tailored approach that respects your unique needs and circumstances.

In my role as a Board Approved Supervisor, I am dedicated to nurturing the next generation of mental health professionals. I provide guidance and mentorship to therapists-in-training, fostering their development and ensuring the highest standards of care for those they serve.

My goal is to create a warm, non-judgmental, and collaborative space where you can explore your inner world, gain insights, and develop effective strategies for positive change. Whether you're seeking therapy for yourself or supervision to enhance your clinical skills, together, we will work towards your goals.

Thank you for considering me as your partner on this journey. Please feel free to explore the resources on this website and don't hesitate to reach out with any questions or to schedule an appointment. You are not alone, and I am here to support you every step of the way.


My Approach

I am skilled in both brief and long-term therapeutic techniques. I use a transtheoretical paradigm that integrates evidence-based psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioural, and family systems approaches. Our sessions will be scheduled at mutually agreed-upon intervals to ensure the best possible outcomes.

Therapy is tailored to each client's unique needs and circumstances. It involves fostering a deeper comprehension of one's relational patterns, understanding the role of previous experiences in the development of these, and supporting transformation, healing, and change. This exploration aims to cultivate a reflective, compassionate, and more authentic relationship with both yourself and others. Together, we will unearth and integrate those aspects of yourself that may have been previously inaccessible, doing so in a gentle and empathic manner within a safe, non-judgmental environment.

Professional Experience

I have experience working across a wide array of contexts, public and private, and with individuals across the lifespan. This includes working with conditions such as severe anxiety, depression, neurodevelopmental concerns, trauma, chronic disease, and severe adult mental health. I have provided one-on-one and group treatment, in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Previous research conducted has sought to understand the neuroplasticity of fear and anxiety pathways in the brain and psychosocial profiles within high school environments.

I hold a strong belief in the transformative potential of recognising and harnessing an individual's strengths and resources to enhance their overall quality of life. My therapeutic alliance is characterised by a warm and empathetic demeanour, free from judgement, creating a secure and supportive space for both my clients and their families to thrive.

Qualifications and Memberships

  • Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology, First Class Honours) and Master of Clinical Psychology (Honours) from the Queensland University of Technology
  • Clinical Psychology Endorsement
  • Board Approved Supervisor
  • Registered Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
  • Registered provider for Medicare and private health rebates
  • Member of the Australian Psychological Society


Mental Well-being

I provide treatment for late adolescence and adult individuals across a wide range of concerns. Face-to-face or telehealth services are available.

Below are some areas you may want talk with me about:

  • Anxiety, uncontrollable worry, or concerns about the future
  • Depression and low mood
  • Stress and burnout
  • Trauma past or present
  • Coexisting physical and mental health conditions, including unexplained physical symptoms
  • Adjustment or dealing with change
  • Grief or loss of any kind
  • Postnatal anxiety and depression
  • Adjustment to parenthood, pregnancy and/or attachment difficulties
  • Self-esteem difficulties
  • Interpersonal and relationship difficulties
  • Making and maintaining friendships
  • Managing social anxiety
  • Sexuality and gender
  • Marriage, separation or divorce
  • Problems with work
  • Identifying and expressing emotions
  • Navigating change
  • Neurodivergence, including autism and ADHD (diagnosed or suspected - to learn more click here).

People seek individual therapy for various reasons. You might consider reaching out for therapy to address one of the concerns listed above or any other personal challenges you may be experiencing.

I provide a safe and confidential space where you can openly discuss your unique needs, free from the fear of judgement that can sometimes accompany conversations with family or friends.

Our initial communication will likely take place over the phone or through email. Feel free to ask any reasonable questions you may have during our initial conversation, allowing you to make an informed decision about scheduling an appointment. Please note, I am not able to assist with any legal or family court matters.


I bring a wealth of in-depth experience to the field of Neurodiversity through my extensive work with clients, particularly those with autism and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). I use a Neurodiversity Affirming Approach which aims to acknowledge and respect neurological differences as natural variations of the human mind, rather than pathologies that need to be “fixed” or changed to become neurotypical. Integral are principles such as acceptance, empowerment, respect for autonomy, understanding and validation, education, collaboration, advocacy, and reducing stigma. It can be beneficial for children, adolescents, and adults alike, as it fosters a positive and supportive environment where clients can thrive while being true to their neurodivergent selves.

My skills and expertise encompass a wide range of areas, including:

  • Women and Girls on the Spectrum
  • Late Adult Diagnosis
  • Navigating Late Adolescence
  • Camouflaging or Masking of Neurodivergent Traits
  • Understanding and Expressing Emotions
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Social Skills
  • Making and Keeping Friends
  • Navigating Romantic Relationships
  • Sexuality and Gender
  • Employment and Career Development
  • Parenting
  • Sensory Processing
  • Burnout
  • Identifying Whether to Pursue a Diagnosis
  • Understanding Your Diagnosis and its Disclosure to Others
  • Navigating the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), including required reports
  • Advocacy and Accessing Services
  • Dealing with Change
  • Managing Overwhelm and/or Meltdowns
  • Nurturing your Authentic Self

Please note for autistic individuals with a neurodevelopmental diagnosis that I am only skilled to assist with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Level 1 and/or Level 2.

Group Work

I have an active interest in establishing neurodivergent therapeutic groups. Group work offers a safe and supportive space to validate and normalise your experiences, as well as heal through learning about the stories of others and/or their similar lived experiences. They offer the opportunity to hear about the different experiences and approaches others may have to similar situations as your own, which may offer a new perspective or highlight ways to move forward. You may also develop a sense of increased confidence in your capacity to communicate and support others in a group setting. These are only a few of the benefits of group work. There is opportunity for several groups for example, a neurodivergent women's group and/or late adult diagnosis group. If you are interested in participating in group work, please let me know and I can waitlist you. Please note that there are no groups running at this present time.


I currently have limited availability for appointments. Please contact me if you would like to start a dialogue about treatment and/or be placed on my waitlist.

Initial appointment: $260
Subsequent appointments: $250
After hours appointments: For added flexibility, I am able to offer sessions after 5:00pm. Fee: $260

Medicare Mental Health Treatment Plan (MHTP)

You may be eligible for a Mental Health Treatment Plan (MHTP), which provides a Medicare rebate of $137.05 per session after paying the full session fee. You are eligible for 10 rebated sessions per calendar year. This plan allows for the same rebates to be available for telehealth and face-to-face appointments. To access this plan, please contact your GP or relevant medical specialist to provide you with a referral made to Rebecca Kuhn.

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

For those who are plan managed, I will organise to directly invoice your plan manager; and for those who are self-managed, you are required to pay the session fee at your appointment and seek reimbursement from your funding. Please check that your NDIS plan covers psychological support under the line item ‘Improved Daily Living’ in the Capacity Building Supports section.

Private Health Insurance

You may be eligible to claim part of your session fee if you have private health insurance. Please note, you are not able to claim both a Medicare and a private health fund rebate for sessions.

No Referral

You do not need a referral to access treatment. However, you will require a referral to claim rebates available to you.

Other Referrals

I am not available to provide services under third-party providers such as Work Cover and the Department of Veteran Affairs.


Letters, forms, and reports will be charged at the usual hourly fee. This excludes standard medical correspondence, for example, letters to your GP about renewing your MHTP.

Professional Supervision

Please contact me to discuss your supervision needs. Fees may vary depending on your needs and requirements.


I ask that you provide at least 48 hours notice if you need to reschedule or cancel your appointment, or a 50% cancellation fee will be charged.

If you cancel or fail to attend your appointment on the day, the full session fee will be charged.

When appointments are missed, it impacts your own treatment progress as well as limits the capacity for other clients to access that appointment including those who are in urgent need and who are on my waiting list.

If you are unable to attend due to sudden illness or personal emergency please contact me as soon as possible. Sessions can be moved to Telehealth to accommodate changes to your circumstances. This is often a suitable solution for most last minute changes.


10 Hurd Terrace, Morningside, Brisbane

I practice on Wednesdays, and currently have limited availability. Please contact me if you would like to start a dialogue about treatment and/or be placed on my waitlist.

I am not able to provide support in an emergency situation. If this situation arises please call 000 or present to the emergency department of your local hospital.

Please note, I am not able to attend to legal or family court matters.

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