BA (Hons.) (Psych), MPsych (Clin.) (Cum Laude), MAPS, Member of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists, PsyBA.
Tiffany Brest is a clinical psychologist who completed a Masters in Clinical Psychology in 2013. Her research interest explored the complexities of relationships in challenging contexts. She has experience working with young people and adults with diverse backgrounds and life experiences.
Tiffany has many years of experience working in a range of clinical settings that include:
drug and alcohol,
and private practice.
Tiffany is AHPRA registered with the Board of Psychology (PsyBA) and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS) and a member of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists.
Tiffany has worked with individuals, couples, and groups utilising an engaging and supportive
approach to achieve the best outcomes for her clients. She believes in the importance of a
holistic, collaborative approach to better understand and address a range of clinical issues and mental health concerns.
Her areas of interest include:
mood and anxiety disorders,
peri- and post-natal mental health and adjusting to the challenges of parenthood,
matters pertaining to the LGBTIQA+ community,
and adjustment to life transitions.
Tiffany has extensive experience and training in a range of therapies and treatment modalities
including, but not limited to, Lacanian psychoanalysis, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, and supportive psychotherapy. She has also undertaken training in Gottman Method of Couples Therapy.