Dr Catherine Auld

ACEFT Morningside

B PsychSc (Hons) D Psych (Clinical) MAPS


Catherine is a registered psychologist with an interest in working with couples, families, and adolescents. It is her aim to help people find relief from psychological distress and learn ways to overcome personal difficulties to live a more satisfying life. She has experience in treating a range of mental health conditions and common life difficulties. She has worked in a variety of settings, including psychiatric inpatient facilities, children’s hospitals, schools, and private practice.

Catherine provides individually tailored treatment guided by Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy frameworks for individuals, and an Emotionally Focused Therapy approach for couples. Catherine's style is warm, accepting, and empathic, and the direction of therapy is shaped by the individual’s or couples’ goals.

Catherine is interested in anxiety, depression, interpersonal difficulties, parenting skills, relationship enhancement and distress, and sex and sexuality concerns. She has completed a Doctor of Clinical Psychology at The University of Queensland, is a Clinical Psychology Registrar, and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society. Catherine’s research areas at university included the effect of hormonal contraception on female mate selection and the impact of implicit and explicit self-esteem on outcomes for adolescent males.