Grad Dip psychology, B.Psychological Science (Honours), Master of Psychology (Clinical), Master of Clinical Family Therapy, Grad Dip Child and Family Nursing, MAPS
Melinda Sullivan is a registered Clinical Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and a member of the Australian Psychological Society. She has wide experience working with families as a Psychologist, Midwife and Maternal and Child Health Nurse. She has previously worked in a number hospital and community settings and enjoys helping mums, dads and children overcome the mental health challenges they experience and form deeper and more fulfilling relationships.
Melinda has delivered a number of group programs treating perinatal depression, assisting mothers and fathers in their new parenting roles and fostering attachment between parents and children. She has completed the University of Sydney continuing development program: Perinatal Mental Health and undertaken perinatal specific training with the Royal Children's Hospital, Parent and Infant Research Institute, and the Centre of Perinatal Excellence (COPE). She is an accredited Circle of Security and Baby Makes 3 group facilitator.
Melinda is a board accredited supervisor and has experience supervising students as well as experienced professionals in several professional spheres. She enjoys being part of and seeing growth and development of the people she supervises and works collaboratively to meet their diverse needs.