Ashlea is currently on leave and is not available for consultation.
Ashlea Hambleton consults at The Redleaf Practice as a Clinical Psychologist. Ashlea also works at The InsideOut Institute, where she is completing her PhD, researching the effectiveness and feasibility of delivering Family Based Treatment (FBT) via Telehealth for regional and rural young people with Anorexia Nervosa.
Ashlea has experience working across various settings of the mental health industry. She has worked as a Clinical Psychologist within a community mental health team, within a specialised eating disorder outpatient service and for over five years within private practice settings.
Client ages Adolescents and adults
Primary areas of expertise Eating disorders Trauma
Therapy style and influences
Ashlea believes that the therapeutic relationship is key to success in treatment. She understands that therapy can be a daunting prospect for many, and her goal is to support her clients to feel comfortable, and most importantly, listened to. Her therapy style is client-centred and blends empathy, compassion and curiosity with humour.
Ashlea is trained in several evidence-based treatment approaches and will work closely with you to determine what treatment approach will be most effective for your personal situation and to achieve your therapy goals.
Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
Maudsley Family Based Therapy (FBT)
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (the Conversational Model)
Ashlea has published papers in international journals on eating disorders, body image, implementation science, group therapy and self-harm. She has presented her research at national and international conferences and received the 2019 Clinician Scholarship to attend the International Conference for Eating Disorders in New York, USA.
Ashlea loves spending time outdoors with her cheeky Groodle and attempting to garden.
Australian Psychological Society
Australian & New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders
Academy of Eating Disorders
National Eating Disorder Collaboration
Days at Redleaf
Currently on leave.
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Whether you are starting out on the journey of recovery, or have been finding things hard for some time, we’re here to help. If you or someone you love is struggling with eating concerns, please reach out.