Lisa Rodda is a psychologist who has excellent skills in working with young people in areas of mental health and disability. She has an extensive knowledge of the developing brain and the experiences of a young person during adolescence, including risk taking behaviours. Lisa appreciates the importance of relationships, social interaction, and community inclusion during adolescence, and provides a range of interventions to support these areas. In her previous experience, Lisa has felt extremely fortunate to witness the resilience of young people and finds fulfilment in helping people improve their wellbeing.
Lisa has a special interest in supporting young people who are unable to attend mainstream education due to learning and social difficulties. Many of the young people who Lisa has worked with are on the Autism Spectrum, and she helps young people to explore their individual strengths and identities to succeed in their goals.