Tiegan Holtham

Scaturchio Street, Casuarina NT, Australia

Tiegan is a clinical psychologist, living and working in Darwin, Northern Territory.

Tiegan currently works with young people and families through headspace and individuals across the lifespan in private practice. Tiegan has varied interests, with 3 key passion areas within psychotherapy:

– Compassion focused therapies. Tiegan is passionate about self-compassion and related therapy approaches. She is an executive member of Compassionate Mind Australia and has trained in Mindful Self-Compassion, Compassion Focused Therapy, and Compassion Focused ACT. She typically used CFT in clinical work.
– Working with people affected by eating disorders. Tiegan is a member of the Australia/New Zealand Academy of Eating Disorders (ANZAED). She has spoken at international conferences and been published in the area of eating disorder treatment and prevention. Tiegan is trained in various evidence based interventions for eating disorders, including Maudsley FBT, CBT-E and Multi-Family Therapy. She enjoys bringing compassion focused approaches to clients with eating disorders.
– Intensive Short Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP). Tiegan is currently completing her Core Training in ISTDP.

Tiegan enjoys being involved in research and activism, as well as working clinically to support clients to overcome challenges and maximise wellbeing.

Therapist information

Australia

Masters of Clinical Psychology

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Individuals, Couples, Families

I have been working with compassion focused approaches for approximately 5 years. I have attended a workshop and online small group training with Dennis Tirch in CFACT, a MSC retreat with Kristy Arbon, and 3 workshops with Paul Gilbert in CFT, including advanced training. CFT is my primary clinical modality. I am also a committee member of Compassionate Mind Australia, and facilitate a monthly CFT peer supervision group.

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– Compassion focused therapies. Tiegan is passionate about self-compassion and related therapy approaches. She is an executive member of Compassionate Mind Australia and has trained in Mindful Self-Compassion, Compassion Focused Therapy, and Compassion Focused ACT. She typically used CFT in clinical work.
– Working with people affected by eating disorders. Tiegan is a member of the Australia/New Zealand Academy of Eating Disorders (ANZAED). She has spoken at international conferences and been published in the area of eating disorder treatment and prevention. Tiegan is trained in various evidence based interventions for eating disorders, including Maudsley FBT, CBT-E and Multi-Family Therapy. She enjoys bringing compassion focused approaches to clients with eating disorders.
– Intensive Short Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP). Tiegan is currently completing her Core Training in ISTDP.

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– Compassion focused therapies. Tiegan is passionate about self-compassion and related therapy approaches. She is an executive member of Compassionate Mind Australia and has trained in Mindful Self-Compassion, Compassion Focused Therapy, and Compassion Focused ACT. She typically used CFT in clinical work.
– Working with people affected by eating disorders. Tiegan is a member of the Australia/New Zealand Academy of Eating Disorders (ANZAED). She has spoken at international conferences and been published in the area of eating disorder treatment and prevention. Tiegan is trained in various evidence based interventions for eating disorders, including Maudsley FBT, CBT-E and Multi-Family Therapy. She enjoys bringing compassion focused approaches to clients with eating disorders.
– Intensive Short Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP). Tiegan is currently completing her Core Training in ISTDP.

Tiegan enjoys being involved in research and activism, as well as working clinically to support clients to overcome challenges and maximise wellbeing.