Anita holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and is currently undertaking her Honours year. In conjunction with her studies, Anita has worked as a research assistant at the Thompson Institute, which involved performing cognitive-based assessments with adolescents as part of the world-renowned Longitudinal Adolescent Brain Study. Anita has future aspirations to attain her master’s degree in clinical psychology, and specialise in evidence-based, holistic modalities that are both trauma-informed and solution-focused.
Being curious by nature, Anita has spent the better part of the last two decades researching and embarking on her own journey of healing from various mental and physical health challenges. As a result of this experience, she developed a passion for understanding the psychology behind her own thoughts and behaviours, and the biological and social systems that contributed to their formation. Anita is now committed to creating a non-judgmental, empathetic, and welcoming environment for others who begin their
own healing journey toward recovery and self-awareness.
Outside of NC, Anita loves listening to live music, getting creative, appreciating the beauty of nature, and enjoying invaluable time with her husband and three children.