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Tania Herbert

Dr Tania Herbert
Clinical Psychologist

Bachelor of Applied Science

Bachelor of Arts (Hon)

Masters of Human Rights Law

Doctor of Psychology (Clinical)


About Dr Tania Herbert

Tania is a registered Clinical Psychologist with over 10 years’ experience working with adults (individuals and couples) and adolescents across public, private and research settings. She has lived and worked in Australia and South Africa, and thoroughly enjoys collaborating with people from diverse cultural backgrounds.

Tania is accustomed to working with a wide range of presenting issues including trauma, anxiety, mood disorders, life changes, adjustment issues, emotion regulation, and health issues - among others. She has a particular interest in posttraumatic stress reactions, and has provided trauma-focussed therapies through specialised services and private practice.

Tania's therapeutic approach is warm, client-centred and collaborative. It's also informed by each client’s unique background, strengths and preferences, and grounded in current, evidence-based practice. She works closely with all clients to develop clear goals for therapy which are regularly reviewed to ensure they're on the right track, making adjustments to the process as needed.
Selecting the most appropriate therapeutic approach is based on an assessment of clients’ symptoms, needs and preferences, informed by current scientific evidence.

Tania understands how important it is for clients to feel comfortable with their therapist (in fact, client-therapist connection is a powerful predictor of therapeutic success!)

Research & Publications:


Herbert, T. (2017). National Societies Working with People in Immigration Detention: A Mental Health Perspective. A report prepared by the Australian Red Cross in collaboration with the Red Cross and Red Crescent Global Working Group for National Societies Working in Immigration Detention and the International Committee of the Red Cross.

DiPretoro, O., & Herbert. T. Four ways to address the mental health needs of trafficking victims. Winrock Voices Newsletter.

Herbert, T. (2016). Trauma Counselling Training: Working with Survivors of Trafficking. Facilitators Manual for Winrock International, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Herbert, T. (2008). Community Helper Training: Listening Skills and Supporting Communities in the Shortland Islands and Choiseul Province, Solomon Islands. Training manual prepared for Caritas International, Solomon Islands

Areas of Passion & Expertise

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy


Based Cognitive Therapy

Trauma focused approaches

Strengths-based approaches

Psychodynamic Therapy


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