Therese Raulin is a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist who has held senior management positions responsible for clinical governance, therapeutic service delivery and innovation across a number of sectors and has also held an honorary position with Victoria Police as a member of the Australian Forensic Reference Group applying a psychoanalytic lens to cold case homicides.
She is currently coordinating and teaching the Psychodynamic Assessment of Children and Adolescents in the Masters of Mental Health Science at Monash University, in the School of Psychiatry.
She also has a Masters in Fine Art from The Victorian College of the Arts in Sculpture
Therese manages her own private psychoanalytic psychotherapy practice and offers training and consultancy to a range of sectors. She offers psychoanalytic psychotherapy to children, adolescents and adults.
She also offers trauma informed therapeutic placement consultation to Department of Health and Human services and Community agencies supporting children and adolescents in Out of Home Care.
She is a current member of the Victorian Child Psychotherapists Association, the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists Association of Australia and the Australian Association of Infant Mental Health.