Phung is a registered Clinical Psychologist. She completed a Bachelors of Psychology (Honours) and Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology at the University of South. She has also completed a Specialist Certificate in Criminology (Forensic Disability) through the University of Melbourne. She is registered to practice psychology under the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and has received endorsement in the area of clinical psychology.
Phung has experience in a variety of settings including both public services, prison and private practice. She has significant experience in the area of disability, forensic disability and dual disability and has been employed in the disability space for over 7 years. She has a particular interest in grief and loss issues for disability clients and enjoys providing therapeutic services to clients with disabilities and their families.
Phung is an extremely holistic practitioner and incorporates Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness and the management and treatment of a variety of disorders. She speaks fluent Vietnamese and enjoys working with people from a variety of different backgrounds. She also has experience supporting clients from a variety of cultural backgrounds including Vietnamese and Aboriginal and is a culturally sensitive practitioner.
Phung has been praised for her calm and warm approach to clients and prides herself on being an empathetic practitioner.