Psychologist & Sexologist
Cheryl is a registered psychologist and sexologist. She has completed a Master of Psychology (Clinical) and Master of Sexology. Cheryl provides psychological care for persons of all genders over the age of 16. With her warm and caring nature Cheryl quickly puts clients at ease. Cheryl sees clients at Eternal Women’s Health on Monday and Tuesday.
Cheryl has an interest in caring for people with sexual difficulties in the setting of persistent pelvic pain, trauma, depression and anxiety. She accepts referrals with mental health care plan, privately funded, worker’s compensation and criminal injury.
Dr Emma Richardson
Emma is a clinical psychologist who sees clients at Eternal Women’s Health each Wednesday.
Emma is a UTAS graduate, completing a PhD in Psychology in 2017, and a Master of Psychology (Clinical) in 2018. She currently holds a teaching position at the University of Tasmania, and in 2020 she co-founded Well Minds Work, a service that creates and delivers tailored corporate workshops.
Emma’s main research interests involve exploring the links between physical illness and mental health. She enjoys working with a range of populations and has experience working across a number of areas, including psycho-oncology, perinatal mental health, women’s health, substance dependence, complex trauma and a number of other physical and/or mental health difficulties.
Emma utilises a number of evidence-based therapies, including but not limited to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR).
When she’s off-duty, Emma enjoys spending time with family, friends and her beloved pug, Erica.
Dr Kimberley (Kim) Stuart
Kim is a Registered Psychologist (Clinical Psychology Registrar) with experience working with adults with anxiety and mood disorders, stress, trauma, substance dependence, and physical health difficulties. Kim has worked across a number of settings including teaching and research at the University of Tasmania, practicing psychology across non-government and government organisations, and working as a Psychologist with medical patients in the
Kim has a keen interest in working in areas of women’s health and perinatal mental health. She uses a combination of evidence-based therapeutic approaches from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Kim has a calm, warm, and sensitive approach to working with clients and places a strong emphasis on the therapeutic relationship. Kim works collaboratively with clients to develop a tailored and shared understanding of their difficulties, values, and goals.
Mikalha is a registered psychologist with experience working across a variety of settings. She currently shares her time between seeing private patients at Eternal Women’s Health and as the Royal Hobart Hospital’s psychologist for pelvic pain and gynaecological issues. Mikalha consults at Eternal each Friday.
Mikalha is passionate about working with a variety of client presentations and uses a warm and approachable manner in her therapy sessions. Mikalha has a special interest in working with anxiety disorders, trauma, LGBTQI+ related issues, sexual dysfunction, pelvic pain and gynaecological issues.
Mikalha utilises a number of evidence-based therapies, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Mindfulness-integrated CBT, and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR).
In her spare time, Mikalha enjoys bushwalking, swimming in the ocean and playing guitar.