Louisa

Louisa Mason

Provisional Psychologist

Louisa Mason is a Provisionally Registered Psychologist in the final semester of her Masters of Psychology (Educational and Developmental) at QUT. She is passionate about working with individuals across the lifespan and has a particular interest in working with children, their parents, and their families. Louisa has recent experience in working with children with neurodevelopmental needs, assisting parents in supporting their children to regulate emotions and behaviors and manage anxiety.  Her focus is to strengthen the support systems for children and families. Lousia also administers cognitive, developmental, and learning assessments; providing report feedback and recommendations to families, and liaising with schools to better support children who have diverse learning needs. Louisa has had over 5  years of experience working with children and families in schools and has had over 7 years of experience in supporting individuals with disabilties. Louisa draws on an ecological systems perspective, and has an attachment-based and trauma-informed approach, with a focus on development across the life span. Louisa draws on influenced by person-centered counseling approaches, and CBT, ACT, and DBT therapy approaches.

Louisa frequently supports clients in the following areas:

  • Psycho-educational assessments – Cognitive assessment (IQ testing), academic achievement, executive function, behaviour assessments, assessment of memory, dyslexia, development, adaptive behaviour, and socio-emotional wellbeing.
  • Learning difficulties
  • Exceptional learners (giftedness)
  • Dyslexia
  • Anxiety
  • School Refusal
  • Challenging behaviors
  • Parenting concerns
  • ASD (Aspergers, Autism Spectrum Disorder)
  • Intellectual Impairment
  • Developmental Disability
  • ADHD, impulsivity, hyperactivity, focus issues
  • Socioemotional concerns
  • Adjustment to transition periods for children and adolescents and adults

Louisa is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia and AHPRA.