Katrina Boterhoven de Haan is a Clinical Psychologist who completed her Bachelor of Psychology (honours) and Master of Applied Psychology (Clinical) degrees through Murdoch University. She has completed her Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree through the University of Western Australia in the School of Medicine. Her PhD thesis is titled ‘Investigating Effective Treatments for Adults with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder from Childhood Trauma Experiences’.
Katrina has published several articles and a book chapter about treating complex trauma presentations. Her research has seen her present her work at several international conferences.
Katrina has worked across both government and not-for-profit sectors, including community mental health, child protection and specialised services, including the Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC). She is an accredited EMDR therapist and consultant and is working towards accreditation as a Schema therapist. Katrina enjoys working with children, young people, and adults.
Katrina has experience in the use of a wide range of treatments, including:
Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR)
Cognitive behaviour therapy