About Mihiri

At the core of Mihiri’s work is an empathic curiosity for individuals and their worldview.

As a neurodiversity-affirming psychologist, Mihiri tries to create a safe and inclusive space.  She adopts a therapeutic approach that focuses on leveraging a person’s innate strengths, capabilities, and resources, rather than concentrating only on their challenges, to support the therapeutic process. Mihiri engages in a collaborative partnership with young clients and their families, drawing on her experience in diverse environments such as private clinics, educational institutions, and community groups.

In her practice, Mihiri employs multiple evidence-based modalities, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Person-Centered Therapy, and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) to ensuring a holistic approach to therapy and well-being. She draws inspiration from the works of Mona Delahooke, Martin Seligman, and Ross Greene.

Mihiri holds a Master of Educational Psychology from the University of Melbourne and a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Psychology from Monash University. She is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS).

In her free time, Mihiri enjoys  going for leisurely walks with Taali, the Groodle, and spending time in the garden.