Olivia Noffke

Olivia Noffke

Olivia Noffke is a Bachelor of Psychological Science student at Southern Cross University.

Alongside her studies, Olivia works at the University in the Future Students Team as a student ambassador. In this role, Olivia informs enquiring students about their study options, writes reports and presents to high schools. Olivia is also a Research Assistant to Dr Alana Gall as part of a summer research scholarship for the National Centre of Naturopathic Medicine. This project investigates the role of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander traditional medicine in the Australian primary healthcare system, informing and broadening research for more inclusive healthcare.

Olivia is a Psychology/Allied Health Assistant at Global Rehabilitation Services where she works with clients of varying ages to support and relay therapies for a range of psychological and behavioural issues. She is also a Residential Youth Worker at Aspire Hub, which provides support for young people with complex behaviours.

Olivia has previously worked as a Private Support Worker and holds a Certificate 3 and 4 in Fitness from the Human Performance Centre.

On completion of her degree, Olivia plans to work both in a clinic interacting with patients and as an academic in the field of psychology.