Rhylee Hardiman is a Registered Clinical Psychologist. She completed her honours in psychological science at La Trobe University. Afterwards a Master of Clinical Psychology at University of Tasmania. She is currently completing her specialist training in psychosexual therapy (sexology). She is receiving training through the Postgraduate Program in Sexual and Reproductive Health at the university of Sydney.
Rhylee has experience working with people of all ages in individual and group settings. She has extensive experience working with adolescents and young people and is also experienced in working with the LGBTQIA+/Queer community. Rhylee has a developing practice in supporting partners achieve relationship satisfaction, she is sex-positive and supportive of diverse relationship structure and practices.
Rhylee has specialised in supporting people who are neurodiverse achieve better health and well-being. Her experiences also include supporting people with ADHD. She has experience working with a range of mental health difficulties including depression, anxiety, stress, and trauma. Rhylee also supports people in their journey to sexual well-being.
Rhylee Hardiman applies a collaborative approach to client work to understand their goals. Through her work with neurodiverse clients, she has tailored her therapeutic approach to establish unique support and individualised styles for each client. Rhylee places importance on an approach that centers around the client and their strengths, while also acknowledging and supporting the unique variations in individuals. Through therapy, Rhylee assists clients to develop ways to enable them to address barriers to their goals. She uses evidence-based approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).