Master of Psychology (Clinical), Australian Catholic University
Bachelor of Psychological Sciences (Honours), Australian Catholic University
Julia brings an authentic, personable and compassionate style to therapy. She is curious about her client’s stories, believes in forming strong therapeutic relationships and enjoys working collaboratively with clients to tailor therapy to their needs.
Julia believes in supporting clients to explore their pasts in order to develop a deeper understanding of their present challenges and to move towards a fulfilling future.
Julia is particularly interested in supporting people who have experienced trauma, abuse and assault as well as assisting adolescents and young adults to navigate the various life changes and transitions common in this period of life. Julia predominantly works from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Schema and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) modalities.
Julia enjoys working with:
Depression and Adjustment Difficulties
Interpersonal Difficulties/ Individual Relationship Difficulties
Grief and Loss
Concerns related to identity
Julia is dedicated to providing current, evidence-based treatment and regularly participates in supervision, training and professional development.
Julia Martz (ABN 299 019 044 56) is an independent psychologist practicing from the MPC consulting rooms.