Ashleigh Upton works at Redleaf as a Clinical Psychologist. When not at Redleaf, Ashleigh works at the Northside Clinic in the day program and inpatient program with individuals who experience eating disorders.
Ash has previous experience working in diverse settings, including a university outpatient clinic, not-for-profit organisation, and research program. Most recently, Ashleigh worked at Headspace with young people aged 12-25 who were experiencing their first episodes of mental health and their families.
Ash has worked with individuals experiencing a range of concerns, including depression, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, intellectual and physical disabilities, and gender identity concerns.
Client ages Adolescents Adults
Primary areas of expertise Eating Disorders Body Image Trauma Anxiety Depression
Therapy style and influences
Ashleigh provides evidence-based treatment, working primarily from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Family Based Treatment (FBT), and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) models. Ashleigh is committed to providing a collaborative and supportive therapy space, where individuals can explore their concerns and goals to work towards meaningful change.
Ash presented her research regarding cognitive resilience and mindfulness training at the 7th Annual Cognitive and Behavioural Psychology Conference in Singapore, where she received an Award for Best Student Paper.
Ashleigh enjoys swimming, skiing, going on walks, baking, and spending time with her friends.
Days at Redleaf
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday
Australian Psychological Society
Australian & New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders
You’re in good hands with us
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.