• Rebecca Geddes

    Health Psychologist and Criminologist

    Bachelor of Social Science (Hons) (Psych)
    Master of Psychology (Health)
    Master of Criminology and Criminal Justice
    Graduate Certificate Forensic Mental Health
    Graduate Certificate Applied Forensic Psychology (Candidate)

    As a Health Psychologist with advanced training in criminology and forensic mental health, Rebecca practices within her specialisation by working with clients of disadvantaged backgrounds to address dysregulated behaviour (e.g., sexual, general and intimate family violence), substance misuse, and mental health difficulties. Those with offending histories are generally characterised by complex and multifaceted mental health problems; experience poor health outcomes, elevated rates of suicide, drug overdose, and mortality. In consultation with the client and relevant stakeholders, she aims to support clients to develop specialised strategies for modifying offending behaviour, and to work collaboratively to promote effective participation in mental health treatment and recovery.


    Rebecca is a registered psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulatory Agency (AHPRA); a Member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS) and a Fellow, APS College of Health Psychologists (FCHP). She holds a Masters Degree in Psychology (Health); a Masters in Criminology and Criminal Justice; and training in Forensic Mental Health. Rebecca has experience providing psychological services, health promotion and violence prevention services in both government and private settings and experience completing psychological, forensic and psychosocial assessments.