Dr Zoe Hazelwood

Zoe is a fully registered psychologist; during 2016 she will also be commencing the Psychology Board of Australia’s clinical registrar program. She completed her postgraduate training at Griffith University. Zoe typically adopts an eclectic orientation when working with clients rather than subscribing to one particular approach. She works with her clients to determine the course of action that will best suit their needs. She tends to draw on the cognitive behavioural perspective and psychodynamic psychotherapy most frequently.

The issues that Zoe can help clients with include:

  • Relationship difficulties
  • Individuals dealing with recent separation or loss
  • Problem-solving
  • Family discord
  • Child behaviour problems
  • Professional supervision

Zoe has taught at QUT for the past 13 years and her research interests include interpersonal relationships and promoting happy and healthy coupling. She has numerous publications and conference presentations in this area.

Zoe is a Medicare provider and a member of the APS Psychology of Relationships Interest Group. She is also a member of the International Association for Relationship Research.

Zoe is available to see clients on Thursday evenings.