Dr Amy Talbot
Director & Clinical Psychologist
Dr Talbot provides peer consultation, supervision and support to other psychologists and health professionals.
Amy feels strongly about the importance of giving back to the community and investing in the development of future psychologists so that all patients will be able to access quality mental health care. Amy has been invited to contribute to a variety of media reflections on mental health issues and has presented on radio programs on topics such as body focused repetitive disorders (e.g., skin picking, hair pulling), eating disorders and stress management. She regularly presents to local community groups on a range of topics and works consistently with teachers and other professionals to increase understanding of how to best support children with mental health issues to succeed better in the classroom.
Amy is an invited guest lecturer at Macquarie University and has presented on topics such as tic disorders, trichotillomania and selective mutism for Masters of Clinical Psychology students and currently co-teaches the mental health component of the Masters of Chiropractic. She has provided training and consultation for health professionals on treatment for Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (extreme fussy eating) and was an invited panel member for the Hills Youth Suicide Prevention Forum in 2015.
If you are interested in consultation, supervision or professional development support please send a message and we will get in touch.