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Gabrielle King
Psychologist

Gabrielle King BSc(Hons), MPsych(Clin), PhD (Candidate)
Registration Number: PSY0001895490
Medicare Provider Number: 5295163Y

Gabrielle is a Psychologist who aims to provide her clients with the best quality of care by providing evidence-based treatments. She collaborates with her clients to develop an individualised treatment plan that will work for them, she wants her clients to have a sense of ownership and feel empowered to enact the changes they wish to make.

Gabrielle has experience working with children, adolescents and adults experiencing anxiety, mood disorders, OCD, hoarding, stress, perfectionism, procrastination, and adjustment to life changes. She has a special interest in working with athletes, particularly regarding how their mental health impacts their performance. Gabrielle is trained in and uses a combination of evidence based therapies to assist her clients including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapist and Mindfulness.

Gabrielle has trained and worked in a variety of health settings, including the Bankstown Anxiety Clinic, Westmead Hospital, the NSW Institute of Sport, and the UNSW Psychology Clinic. She is currently in the final year of her PhD at the University of NSW.

Publications

King, G., Graham, B., & Richardson, R. (under revision). Individual differences in relapse of fear. Behavioral Research and Therapy,

King, G., Graham, B., & Richardson, R. (in preparation). The effects of DCS on individual differences in relapse of fea.

Chandra, S., King, G., & Richardson, R. (in preparation). Individual differences in re-extinction of fear.

King, G., Stylianakis, A., Baker, K. & Richardson, R (in preparation). A precision medicine approach to pharmacological adjuncts to exposure therapy: A review. Invited paper for special issue of Psychopharmacology focusing on extinction,

King, G., Scott, E., Graham, B., & Richardson, R (2017). Afraid but not alarmed? Individual differences in fear extinction and anxiety-like behavior. Learning & Memory, 24, 182-190.


Presentations

King, G., Graham, B., & Richardson, R. (2017). Individual differences in relapse of fear. Talk presented at the 3rd International Symposium on Resilience Research, Mainz, Germany,

King, G., Graham, B., & Richardson, R (2017). Effects of DCS on individual differences in relapse of fear. Poster presented at the 3rd International Symposium on Resilience Research, Mainz, Germany,

King, G., Graham, B., & Richardson, R (2017). Effects of DCS on individual differences in relapse of fear. Poster presented at Biological Psychiatry, San Diego, USA,

King, G., Graham, B., & Richardson, R. (2016). Oops I did it again: Individual differences in relapse. Talk presented at The University of New South Wales Annual Forensic and Clinical Psychology Research Conference, Sydney, Australia,

King, G., Graham, B., & Richardson, R. (2016). For whom the fear returns: Individual differences in relapse. Talk presented in a symposium entitled 'Optimizing Treatments for Anxiety and Related Disorders: Insights from Neurobiological Research with Rats and Humans' at World Congress of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy, Melbourne, Australia,

King, G., Scott, E., Graham, B., & Richardson, R. (2016). Afraid but not Alarmed? The Effects of Stress on Fear Extinction and Anxiety. Poster presented at World Congress of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy, Melbourne, Australia,

King, G., Graham, B., & Richardson, R. (2015). Individual differences in relapse of fear. Poster presented at Biological Psychiatry Australia, Sydney, Australia,