Dr Imogen Rehm is a clinical psychology registrar in private practice and lecturer (Early Career Development Fellow) at RMIT University.
In 2016, Imogen received her PhD in clinical psychology from Swinburne University of Technology for her work exploring the role of unhelpful thinking styles and beliefs in trichotillomania (hair pulling disorder).
Imogen continues to research and raise awareness of trichotillomania and other body-focused repetitive behaviours. She was a recipient of the 2017 SANE Australia Hocking Fellowship in support of developing training resources for clinicians to work with people affected by these conditions. Her related educational articles for The Conversation have been read by almost a quarter million readers internationally.
In her clinical practice, Imogen provides treatment for anxiety and obsessive-compulsive related disorders, including trichotillomania.
She is currently lead facilitator of the Swinburne Psychology Clinic hoarding disorder group therapy program in collaboration with Dr Maja Nedeljkovic.
Imogen serves the Anxiety Recovery Centre of Victoria committee of management, Australian
Psychological Society technology advisory group, and RMIT human research ethics committee.