Emma Warne

Emma Warne

Clinical Psychologist

Emma is Adelaide Psychological Services’ Clinical Director, and is a Clinical and Forensic psychologist. She has been practicing since 2007, providing individual and group psychological therapy to individuals 14 years and older. She has worked across the public and private sectors, and is currently providing focused psychological support to individuals and couples struggling with infertility or patients seeking to utilise donated gametes to have a family.

Emma has worked across a diverse range of presentations and utilises various modalities of treatment, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Clinical Hypnosis, Mindfulness Based Interventions, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectal Behaviour Therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing. Therapy is always tailored to the client and Emma is committed to enriching the lives of the people she works with.

Emma has a particular interest in working with individuals seeking clinical hypnosis, EMDR, or support around infertility. She additionally continues to enjoy conducting Assessments and providing group based intervention. Emma is additionally completing her PhD in Clinical Psychology and has developed a group psychological intervention program to support the well being of women with infertility who are going through Assisted Reproductive Technologies.

Emma is available on Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays for clients seeking Clinical Hypnosis (including for birthing), EMDR, and those seeking support for infertility or implications counselling for utilising donated genetic material.