Candice Irvine

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Lead Psychologist

Moreton Bay

  • An ECEI (Early Childhood Early Intervention) practitioner
  • Family counselling
  • Individual counselling
  • Supports people with trauma
  • Works with non-verbal people

Candice Irvine has racked up an extraordinary depth of experience in her years as a registered psychologist and is a Lead Psychologist at Therapy Pro.

Candice can help Therapy Pro child and adult clients with psychological assessments and interventions, emotional regulation, individual counselling, psychometric assessments and positive behaviour strategies.

Experience drawn from working with clients including disability, child protection and trauma-affected has given Candice a deep appreciation of what ‘trauma’ can be, how it can impact and how to support people through it.

“The way any two people deal with the same experience is entirely individual, coloured by a lot of variables. What’s traumatic for someone and requires lots of ongoing support, might be less traumatic for someone else? There’s no right or wrong reaction: its impact and how it’s dealt with is what makes a difference,” she says.

Candice is also experienced working with clients who are non-verbal.

Candice is practised in a number of therapy methods including talking therapies, mindfulness techniques and play-based therapeutic interventions for youngsters.

“Life can be messy. There’s a lot to be said for taking a deep slow breath to deal with it—and finding the playful or fun in the everyday,” she says.


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