Reece Flowers

Provisional Psychologist

Reece is a Provisional Psychologist with mental health experience assisting people facing many different challenges in life. He has previously done this as a mental health support worker, a disability support worker and as a transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) clinician. Reece has a passion for improving people’s lives through a combination of evidence-based practice and a warm therapeutic approach.

He believes that the best outcomes are found when people can trust each other and communicate freely. This outcomes-focussed and client-centred approach has led Reece to take a keen interest in Dialectical Behavioural Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Although deeply fascinated by the whole field of psychology and the process of personal growth, Reece takes particular interest in the understanding and treatment of depression, PTSD, addictions and anxiety.

Reece works with all populations across the lifespan, and has a particular interest in working with people with disability, including those with Acquired Brain Injury, other cognitive and intellectual disabilities and those with complex psychosocial disability. He has achieved first-class Honours in Psychological Science and completed his thesis on the cognitive and personality level predictors of compulsive eating.