Martine Friedman


BPsych (Hons), M.App.Psych (Clinical)


Clinical Psychologist

Age Groups:


Areas of Interest:

Mood and Anxiety Disorders
PTSD and complex trauma
Perinatal and Infant Mental Health
Interpersonal difficulties
Grief and loss

Therapy Frameworks:

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy
Schema Therapy
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy
Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Registered Circle of Security Parenting Facilitator

Contact Details:

Mobile: 0421 222 397
Fax: 9226 0619

Days and Hours of Working:

Monday: 8.30am -5pm
Wednesday: 8.30am - 5pm

After completing a Master of Applied Psychology in Clinical Psychology (2009), Martine worked at a private psychiatric hospital where she facilitated group and individual therapy for adults with a wide range of mental health presentations. This role included supervision of clinical psychology trainees and developing the hospital’s treatment programs. Martine then facilitated an outpatient therapy program for adults with mood and anxiety disorders in a public mental health setting.

At the Richardson Street Centre Martine offers individual therapy for adults with a range of psychological presentations. She has a particular interest in anxiety disorders and trauma therapy. Martine also works at King Edward Memorial Hospital’s Department of Psychological Medicine, and has extensive experience in the areas of perinatal and infant mental health, as well as women’s health issues.

Martine is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency, a member of the Australian Psychological Society, and a Psychology Board Approved Supervisor. Martine is a member of the Australian Association for Infant Mental Health Inc. (AAIMHI) WA Branch, and an Associate Member of the EMDR Association of Australia. She is a registered DVA provider, and an NDIS provider. Clinical Psychology Medicare rebates and private health fund rebates are available

Martine aims to work with her clients to develop greater self-awareness, understanding and self-compassion in the context of a collaborative and trusting therapeutic relationship.