Dr Charlotte Ho
Clinical and Forensic Psychologist
Bachelor of Social Science (Family Studies)
Doctor of Psychology (Forensic)
Master of Psychology (Clinical)
Charlotte is a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist with over 15 years’ experience working in both private health and public system. She holds a Bachelor degree in Social Science (Family Studies), a Doctoral degree in Forensic Psychology, and a master degree in Clinical Psychology. Charlotte is a member of Australian Psychological Society (MAPS), an APS Forensic College fellow, and is a Psychology Broad of Australia (PBA) approved supervisor.
Charlotte provides services to clients who present with a range of psychological vulnerabilities (such as depression, anxiety, emotional and behavioural dysregulation, substance misuse, self-harm, suicide risk, self-esteem/confidence, bullying, grief and loss, and more). Her areas of work include treatment planning, intervention, clinical (cognitive functioning, behavioural, mental health) and specialist forensic (psychosexual risk, violence, parenting, protective capacity, family-related) assessment, report writing, and testimony. Charlotte has prepared reports for Australian Courts regarding family and children’s matters.
Through travelling and working in different parts of Australia, Charlotte has gained a considerable amount of experiences in working closely with those from various cultural and religious backgrounds.