M A R I S S A S K O V R O N
Clinical Psychologist, MACPA
BMusPerf(Keyboard), BMusPerf(Voice), GDipPsych, PGDipPsych, MPsych(Clinical)
Marissa Skovron is a Clinical Psychologist with experience in working with a wide range of psychological presentations in both private and public mental health sectors, including The Royal Children's Hospital Psychology Service, The Royal Melbourne Hospital Eating Disorders Unit and Headspace. In her private clinical practice, she delivers evidence-based treatments to adult (18+) clients.
Marissa's special interests include trauma and PTSD, perinatal and postnatal depression and anxiety, and working with individuals who experience performance anxiety in the performing arts context and beyond. Marissa is also experienced in treating depression and mood disorders, anxiety and panic disorders, personality disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, adjustment issues, relationship/interpersonal issues and eating disorders.
Marissa offers a client-centered and compassionate therapeutic approach and is passionate about using best-practice methods towards empowering her clients with necessary skills to overcome difficulties and to improve quality of life and general well-being.
Marissa is a qualified practitioner with academic achievements including:
Master of Psychology (Clinical Psychology), University of Melbourne
Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology, University of Melbourne
Graduate Diploma of Psychology, University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Music Performance (Voice), Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Music Performance (Piano), Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne
Marissa is a registered clinical psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia (PBA) under the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
AHPRA registration: PSY0001606097
Marissa is a member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA).
McKague, M., McAnally, K. I., Skovron, M., Bendall, S., & Jackson, H. J. (2012). Source monitoring and proneness to auditory-verbal hallucinations: A signal detection analysis. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 17(6), 544-562.
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