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Clinic at the Royal Children's Hospital

Clinical Child Psychologists understand the psychological needs of children and adolescents as well as the influence of family, school, and other factors on their social and emotional development and behaviour. They provide assessment and intervention, working closely with parents and other relevant professionals. Clinical Child Psychologists are involved in the treatment of a wide range of biological, psychological, and social problems including:

  • Emotional problems (such as anxiety)
  • Behavioural difficulties
  • Trauma and loss
  • Health related difficulties
  • Social difficulties
  • Developmental difficulties (including difficulties with sleeping and eating)
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Cognitive and learning difficulties

The following practitioners at CPMG can be of service in helping manage these and related issues in children and adolescents:

Fiona has worked with children and families with a broad range of difficulties for over 18 years.  Her experience spans a range of settings, including mental health and early intervention.  In addition to working in private practice, Fiona coordinates the Specialist Autism Team at the Royal Children’s Hospital and is engaged in teaching and lecturing.  

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