Leah Henderson


Leah has completed a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and is currently completing a Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology, both through Griffith University. Leah is a proud Wiradjuri woman whose research focuses on connection to culture in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.

Throughout her training, Leah has gained experience in working across the lifespan in both community and health settings. Leah has experience in providing clients with psychoeducation, delivering therapeutic interventions, and conducting psychological assessments across a wide range of presentations. Leah likes to take an individualised and holistic approach to therapy and always endeavors to facilitate a collaborative therapeutic environment.

Leah has a particular interest in working with culturally diverse and minority group populations, such as First Peoples, Neurodiverse, Disability, and LGBTQIA+ populations.

Leah particularly enjoys taking the time to research and learn about the special interests of her child and adolescent clients and brainstorming ways those interests can be integrated into therapy. Leah believes in building a strong therapeutic relationship and creating a collaborative environment to help engage children, adolescents, their parents, and adults in therapy.