Miori Shino (she/her)

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Miori is a registered psychologist who has worked with clients with a wide range of presentations. She has experience in supporting neurodivergent clients, and those with a trauma background. She is committed to providing a trauma informed and neurodiversity affirming approach in her work, and is sensitive to the client’s cultural background. 

She has worked as a School Counsellor and has over 9 years experience working with children and adolescents, providing mental health support as well as conducting a wide range of educational and achievement assessments. She has extensive experience working with young people presenting with issues such as perfectionism, school stress, anxiety, depression, self-harm and suicidality. With consent, Miori works with the family, school and other specialists of the young person to ensure holistic support is provided. 

Miori utilises various evidence-based therapeutic modalities including CBT, ACT and DBT. She is attentive to the responsiveness of the client, tailoring therapy to suit each individual. She is dedicated to building a strong, trusting therapeutic alliance so the client feels comfortable in therapy.  She is a member of the Australian Association of Psychologists Inc and is also a board-approved supervisor for provisional psychologists. 

Areas of Interest

  • Autism and ADHD brain styles

  • Eating disorders 

  • Complex and developmental trauma 

  • Interpersonal and relationship issues 

  • Intellectual disabilities and learning difficulties 


  • Master of Teaching (School Counselling) 
    - University of Sydney 

  • Bachelor of Liberal Studies (Psychology, Honours)
    - University of Sydney 

Treatment Approaches

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy 

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy 

  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy 

  • Interpersonal Psychotherapy 

  • Motivational Interviewing 

  • Mindfulness 

Professional Memberships

  • Registered Psychologist with AHPRA  

  • Registered AHPRA Supervisor 

  • Member of the Australian Association of Psychologists Inc (AAPi)