About The Emotions Clinic Australia

 

 

The Emotions Clinic Australia aims to make a lasting difference in Autism, Intellectual Disability & Mental Health. The Emotions Clinic was initially established by Dr Belinda Ratcliffe in 2012 (previously know as Interactive Feelings) as a clinical practice providing gold standard assessment, diagnosis and therapy in autism, intellectual disability and mental health.

 

Dr Ratcliffe expanded the The Emotions Clinic Australia’s clinical team in 2020 to meet the overwhelming demand for high quality clinical services in this space.

 

Dr Ratcliffe also expanded the Emotions Clinic Australia to include a dedicated professional development service to provide professional training and clinical supervision to practicing mental health professionals across Australia and internationally. Belinda aims to arm clinicians with the knowledge, skills and confidence to support individuals with autism, intellectual disability and/or co-occurring mental ill-health in their own service.

Our Team

Dr Belinda Ratcliffe

Dr Belinda Ratcliffe (Phd, MPsych(Clin) BSc(Psych)(First Class Hons & University Medal) FAPS, MCCLP), is the Lead Author of the award winning Westmead Feelings Program 1 for Autistic Children and CEO and Director of Training & Clinical Services at the Emotions Clinic Australia. Dr Ratcliffe is a highly qualified Principal Clinical Psychologist for over 20 years of Clinical experience. In addition, Dr Ratcliffe was a Lecturer in Child & Adolescent Clinical Psychology at Western Sydney University from 2017-2020. She continues to conduct clinical research in Autism with the Children’s Hospital at Westmead. Dr Ratcliffe has a PHD in Autism Spectrum Disorder from the Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney in Autism Spectrum Disorder.

 

Belinda is sought after by Government and Non-Government agencies in providing consultation and training for staff in Autism, Intellectual Disability and Mental Health.

 

Belinda has extensive experience as an AHPRA Board Approved Supervisor, and Senior Clinical Supervisor. Belinda provides Clinical Psychology Registrar supervision and supervision to practising mid-career and experienced Psychologists all across Australia.

 

Belinda leads a boutique practice in South Sydney (Hurstville) providing specialised assessment, diagnosis and therapy to children, adolescents and adults with Autism, Intellectual/Developmental Disability and mental health issues.

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In addition to her role as CEO of the Emotions Clinic Australia,  Dr Belinda Ratcliffe is a Guest Lecturer in Postgraduate Clinical Psychology (Child & Adolescent) at several universities and provides teaching, supervision and conducts research in Autism, Intellectual Disability and Mental Health. Belinda maintains strong links with the Children’s Hospital at Westmead where she worked for over a decade in the development, evaluation and dissemination of the award winning Westmead Feelings Program (formerly called Emotion-Based Social Skills Training for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Mild Intellectual Disability). Belinda has published her research in peer reviewed journals and regularly presents on developing emotion and social skills and mental health for Autistic individuals at national and international conferences.

 

Belinda has received multiple awards and prizes in recognition for her work, including the 2018 People’s Choice Award in the Western Sydney University Research Impact Competition for her work in “Preventing Mental Health in Autism”. Belinda was previously awarded the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disability (IASSID) MENCAP Early Career Research Scholarship in 2016. Belinda was also awarded an Australian Postgraduate Award and a University of Sydney Merit Award to undertake her PHD research, as well as a scholarship under the Mental Health Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme to undertake a Masters of Clinical Psychology at Charles Sturt University. Belinda completed her Bachelor of Science (Psychology) at the University of Sydney where she received First Class Honours and the prestigious University Medal.

(Selected) Publications

 

  • Gardner, A., Wong, M., & Ratcliffe, B. (2020). Social-Emotional Learning for Adolescents of the Autism Spectrum: High School Teachers Perspectives. Australasian Journal of Inclusive and Special Education. 1-16.
  • Burton, T., Ratcliffe, B., Collison, J., Dossetor, D., & Wong, M. (2020). Self-reported emotion regulation in children with autism spectrum disorder, without intellectual disability. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 76 1750-9467. Doi: 10.1016/j.rasd.2020.101599
  • Ratcliffe, B., Wong, M., Dossetor, D., & Hayes, S. (2019). Improving Emotional Competence in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Mild Intellectual Disability in Schools: A Preliminary Treatment Versus Waitlist Study.Behaviour Change.
  • Wong, M., Lopes, A, Heriot, S., Brice, L., &, Carrol, L, Ratcliffe, B., Dossetor, D., (2018). The Westmead Feelings Program 2. Emotion-based Learning for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder without Intellectual Disability. Australian Council for Educational Research, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Ratcliffe, B., Wong, M., Dossetor, D., Grahame, V., Brice, L., &, Carrol, L (2017). The Westmead Feelings Program 1. Emotion-based Learning for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Mild Intellectual Disability.Australian Council for Educational Research, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Wong & Ratcliffe (2016). Social Skills For Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Raising Children Network
  • Ratcliffe, Belinda, Wong, Michelle, Dossetor, David, & Hayes, Susan. (2015). The Association Between Social Skills and Mental Health in School-Aged Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, With and Without Intellectual Disability. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 1-10. doi: 10.1007/s10803-015-2411-z. Available at link.springer.com
  • Ratcliffe, B., Wong, M., Dossetor, D., & Hayes, S. (2014). Teaching social–emotional skills to school-aged children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A treatment versus control trial in 41 mainstream schools. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 8(12), 1722-1733
  • Ratcliffe, B. (2011). Developing emotion-based social skills in children with autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disability. In D. Dossetor, D. White & L. Whatson (Eds.), Mental health of children and adolescents with intellectual disability: a framework for professional practice. Melbourne, Australia: IP Communications.
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Janeen Jeske

Janeen is a Clinical Psychology Registrar who holds a Master of Clinical Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) from Western Sydney University, where she was awarded First Class Honours.

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Janeen enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults and has a special interest in autism. She is passionate about early intervention in mental health and has particular interests in anxiety, depression, attachment, and parenting strategies.

 

Janeen has experience in working in intensive hospital outpatient settings, with families in out-of-home-care, and as a primary school and English as a Second Language teacher. She has also facilitated support groups for parents and carers of children with autism. Janeen is trained in and draws upon a range of modalities including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and tailors therapy to each person’s individual needs. She has undertaken
specialist training with Dr Belinda Ratcliffe in the areas of child psychology, autism and psychometric testing.

 

Janeen has a calm manner and takes an empathetic and non-judgmental approach to working collaboratively with all patients.

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Emily Parker

Emily is a Clinical Psychology Registrar who holds a Master of Clinical Psychology (with Distinction, Dean’s List) from Western Sydney University and a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) from the University of the Sunshine Coast, where she was awarded First Class Honours. She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS).

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Emily enjoys working with children, adolescents, and young adults and has a special interest in Autism and Intellectual Disability. She is passionate about early intervention in mental health and has particular interests in anxiety, depression, behaviour management and parenting strategies. She has undertaken specialist training with Dr Belinda Ratcliffe in these areas and in psychometric testing. Emily received a scholarship to undertaken training in the Westmead Feelings Program and has extensive experience leading our WFP group program at the Emotions Clinic. She has a special interest in testing, and provides comprehensive assessments in ADHD, learning disorder and intellectual disability. 

Emily has experience in working in multidisciplinary hospital outpatient settings, family-centred private practice settings, and in community health settings. Emily has also provided positive behaviour support as part of her previous community health position at The Graceville Centre.

 

Emily is trained in and draws upon a range of modalities including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) and tailors’ therapy to each person’s individual needs.

 

Emily takes an empathic, supportive, and collaborative approach to her work and provides a safe and trusting space for her clients.

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Tanu Joshi

Tanu is a Clinical Psychologist. She holds a Masters in Clinical Psychology from Macquarie University. She has worked in mental health for over ten years, and has experience across a range of different fields including; working with children and families, supporting rural communities and diverse cultures, drug and alcohol management, assessment and diagnosis for children, and trauma recovery for children and adults.

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Tanu is a gentle and compassionate clinician who has worked in a range of clinical settings, having experience working with diverse cultures, socio economic classes and demographics. Based on each child and family’s needs, Tanu delivers evidence-based treatments and utilises modalities such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and Schema Therapy. Tanu has completed her Cool Kids Anxiety Program – Facilitator training and accreditation as well as the Circle of Security Parenting Facilitator training. She has experience in completing behavioural and developmental assessments and diagnosis assessments, being trained in ADI-R, ADOS, cognitive and psychometric assessments and Behaviour Support Plans.

Tanu has a special interest in working with neurodivergent children and teenagers, and their families. She also has a special interest in working with families from different cultural backgrounds, and is passionate about supporting families to heal from the impact of early developmental
trauma.

Tanu can support clients with treatments and/or assessments for presentations including:
 Autism Spectrum Disorder
 ADHD
 Anxiety and Depression
 Emotion dysregulation and anger issues
 Social Skills difficulties
 Early trauma experiences
 Children in foster care
 Life Story’s work

Tanu is aware that navigating children’s mental health and development can be incredibly complex and challenging. She likes to build collaborative relationships with each child’s care team, connecting with their treating doctors, teachers, and allied health clinicians. She recognises each child’s success is dependent of the collaborative work within their care team.

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Dr Anne Devlin

Dr Anne Devlin is a Senior Clinical Psychologist and an AHPRA Board Approved Supervisor. She holds a Doctorate of Psychology from University of Woollongong; Master of Clinical Psychology from University of New South Wales; Master of Neuroscience from University College London and Bachelor of Psychological Sciences (First Class hons) from University of Westminster.

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Anne is passionate about Autism and Mental Health and has undertaken extensive training in a range of treatment modalities, which she draws upon – as part of providing individualised, person centred care –  including Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Family Systems Therapy, Narrative Therapy & Metacognitive Insight & Reflection Therapy. She is a certified provider of PEERS & has completed Level 1 training in Animal Assisted Play Therapy. Anne understands the importance of neurodiversity affirming support for adults and provides individual telehealth consultations for Autistic people in a ranges of areas including for depression, anxiety, interpersonal difficulties, relationship issues and trauma.

Anne is accredited in the Westmead Feelings Program and has extensive experience as a group facilitator for high school students at the Emotions Clinic, and adults in a range of other settings. Anne is an experienced Board Approved Supervisor. She is trained in the ‘Gold Standard’ Diagnostic Instruments in Autism Assessment and Diagnosis (ADOS and ADI-R).

Anne has previously worked in a range Hospital & Community settings within Public Mental Health, and was a Research Clinician within a drug and alcohol service. Anne has also undertaken Clinical Research with Dr Belinda Ratcliffe in screening and assessment for Autism in Psychosis, after being awarded a grant from South East Sydney Local Health District. She has presented her research in a variety of forums including an invited talk to the Clinical College of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) on Autism and Psychosis.

Anne has collaborated on research that was published in peer reviewed journals and has also presented research at national and international conferences (see below)

Publications (selected)

 

Please note – Dr Anne Devlin, has published under her previous name Anne Comerford.

 

Ratcliffe, B., Devlin, A., & Morchio, C (2021, Under Review). A Preliminary Investigation of Autism Symptomology, Emotion Recognition and Psychological Mindedness in Adults with Psychotic Disorders in an Australian Public Health Service

 

Stevenson, J, Meares R & Comerford, A (2003) Diminished Impulsivity in Older Patients with borderline personality disorder. American Journal of Psychiatry 165-166

 

O’ Connell, Baharamali H, Comerford A, Gordon E, Meares R (2000) Central and Autonomic Dysfunction in Patients with Borderline Personality Disorder. International  Journal of Psychophysiology 35: 61-75

 

Basten CJ & Comerford A. (July 1999) The relationship between maladaptive schema, eating pathology and self pathology. Paper presented at the 22nd National Conference for the Australian Association of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

 

Meares R, Stevenson J, Comerford A. (1999) Psychotherapy with borderline patients: A Comparison between treated and untreated cohorts. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 33: 467-472

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Madison Hannon

Madison is a Clinical Psychologist. She holds a Master of Clinical Psychology (with Distinction, Deans List) and a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) (Honours) from Western Sydney University, where she received the prestigious University Medal and the APS thesis prize. Madison also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, graduating Magna Cum Laude from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). 

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Madison has a special interest in autism and early childhood development, and she enjoys working with young people and their families. She has undertaken training in Child Clinical Psychology and conducted clinical research in mental health prevention in Autism under the  supervision of Dr Belinda Ratcliffe. Madison is trained in providing Autism assessments using the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule-2nd Edition (ADOS-2), as well as in providing developmental assessments using the Griffiths Scales of Child Development 3rd Edition (Griffiths III).

 

In addition to her role at The Emotions Clinic, Madison works as a Clinical Psychology Registrar on the NSW Health Child and Family Psychology Team in South-West Sydney. Here, she provides assessment and therapy for children aged 0-12. As part of this role, she also participates in specialist child development assessment clinics as a member of a multidisciplinary team that includes paediatricians, psychologists, speech pathologists, and occupational therapists. 

 

Madison takes a warm, collaborative and empathetic approach to her work with young people and their families.

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Paige Casacchia 

Paige is a Clinical Psychologist who holds a Master of Clinical Psychology and a Bachelor of Psychology from Western Sydney University where she was awarded First Class Honors and the prestigious University Medal. Paige is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS).

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Paige enjoys working with children, adolescents, and young adults and has a special interest in autism and intellectual disability. She has undertaken specialist training with Dr Belinda Ratcliffe in these areas and in psychometric testing. Paige has also conducted research on improving social and emotional skills in autistic children using the Westmead Feelings Program, as part of her Clinical Research Project co-supervised by Dr Belinda Ratcliffe at Western Sydney University and co-authors at the Children’s Hospital at Westmead. She received a scholarship to complete her training in the Stepping Stones Triple P parenting intervention for parents of children with a disability and has undertaken additional training and supervision in OCD in Autism, which is an area of special interest. 

Paige is also trained in providing comprehensive autism assessments using the gold standard assessment measures: The Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule- 2nd Edition (ADOS-2) and The Autism Diagnostic Interview- Revised (ADI-R). Paige is an accredited facilitator of the Westmead Feelings program (WFP) and has extensive experience leading our WFP group program at the Emotions Clinic 

 

Paige has experience with children, adolescents, young adults, and their families including at the Macarthur Infant, Child, and Adolescent Mental
Health Services (Macarthur ICAMHS) the Prevention, Early Intervention, and Recovery Service (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service
CAMHS-PEIRS), and at the Lizard Centre.  She has skills in providing comprehensive clinical assessments, evidence-based psychological interventions, and psychometric testing for a range of presentations. Paige has a particular interest in supporting autistic young people presenting with phobias. 

 

Paige takes an empathic, supportive, and collaborative approach to her work and provides a safe and trusting space for her clients. 

 

Publications

Casacchia, P., Ratcliffe., B., Collison, J., & Wong, M. (under review). Evaluation of the Westmead Feelings Program: Improving Social and Emotional Skills in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Rebecca Batman

Rebecca is a Educational & Developmental Psychologist with over 20 years of clinical experience. She holds a Master of Educational & Developmental Psychology (with Distinction) from Western Sydney University, as well as a Graduate Diploma in Psychology from Macquarie University and a Bachelor of Social Science from Western Sydney University. Rebecca is a member of the Australian Psychological Society.

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Rebecca has a special interest in child & adolescent mental health and enjoys working with families.  She provides a warm, compassionate and accepting therapeutic space and values working collaboratively with children, parents and teachers.

 

Previously, Rebecca has worked predominantly in the Education Sector as a School Psychologist where she has supported children, adolescents, parents and teachers from early childhood to late adolescence for almost 20 years. This included supporting a range of both neurotypical and neurodiverse children & young people (including in Autism, ADHD, learning disorder and giftedness) who are experiencing emotional and behavioural difficulties as well as mental ill-health.

 

Rebecca feels passionate about evidence-based practice and providing best practice and support for a range of presenting issues including anxiety, depression, grief and loss, sexuality, emotional regulation, social skills & friendship issues and behaviours. In her therapy, Rebecca utilises evidence-based interventions with a strong focus on Cognitive- Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), and has undertaken extensive training in these modalities. Rebecca is an Accredited Provider for the Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) and the Cool Kids Anxiety Program, and leads Group programs in Autism and Anxiety, for both primary school and high school-aged teens at the Emotions Clinic. 

 

Rebecca is an AHPRA Board Approved Supervisor, including for Registrars completing their Area of Practice Endorsement in Educational & Developmental Psychology and has undertaken Masterclass training in Group Supervision.

 

Rebecca has previously worked with Dr Belinda Ratcliffe in a non-government disability services and has been trained by Dr Belinda Ratcliffe in the Westmead Feelings Program, which she has delivered on an individual basis and in Schools.

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Simran Agarwal

Simran is a Clinical Psychologist. She holds a Master of Clinical Psychology and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Hons), where she was awarded First Class Hons; and was placed on the Dean’s Merit List from Western Sydney University. She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS).

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Simran has a special interest in Autism and Intellectual Disability and provides gold standard diagnostic assessments and evidenced based therapy to children, adolescents, and adults with co-occurring mental health concerns. She is passionate about early intervention in mental health and has particular interests in behaviour management and parenting strategies for children under 12.

 

Simran is also trained in providing comprehensive autism assessments using the gold standard assessment measures: The Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule- 2nd Edition (ADOS-2) and The Autism Diagnostic Interview- Revised (ADI-R). Simran pioneered the development of the evidence-based (and incredibly popular!!) Autism Parent/Carer group program at the Emotions Clinic Australia. Additionally, Simran is an accredited facilitator of the Westmead Feelings program (WFP) and has extensive experience leading our WFP group program at the Emotions Clinic.

Simran has previously provided support to children and families with Autism and Intellectual Disability as part of her role at a specialised multidisciplinary Clinic. She has also previously worked at the Child Behaviour Research Clinic (CBRC), University of Sydney where she implemented the ‘Early Pathways in Autism’ trial to evaluate a new integrated treatment for young children with autism. Simran has also provided behavioural therapy and positive behaviour support as part of her previous positions at Better Life Care Centre, the Bright Eyes Early Intervention (BEES) and at the Lizard Centre. Simran has been a  crisis support worker for Lifeline since 2018.

 

 

Simran is trained in and draws upon a range of modalities including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) and Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA), and tailors’ therapy to each person’s individual needs. In addition, Simran has undertaken specialist training with Dr Belinda Ratcliffe in the areas of child psychology, autism and psychometric testing.

 

Simran takes a warm, empathetic and non-judgmental approach to working collaboratively with all patients.

 

 

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Agarwal, S., Tuninetti, A., Liu, L., Escudero, P., (2019). Neural Sensitivity to Changes in Naturally Produced Speech Sounds: A Comparison of Different Stimuli Presentation Paradigms. In Sasha Calhoun, Paola Escudero, Marija Tabain & Paul Warren (eds.) Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia 2019 (pp. 2119 – 2123).
Canberra, Australia: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc.

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Laura Dunne

Laura is a Clinical Psychologist. She holds a Master of Clinical Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology), where she was awarded First Class Hons & the Prestigious University Medal from Western Sydney University. She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS).

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Laura has a special interest in Autism and Intellectual Disability and has undertaken training and extensive individual supervision with Dr Belinda Ratcliffe in this area. Laura provides evidenced based therapy to children, adolescents, and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disability, and co occurring mental health concerns. 

 

Laura is also trained in providing comprehensive autism assessments using the gold standard assessment measures: The Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule- 2nd Edition (ADOS-2) and The Autism Diagnostic Interview- Revised (ADI-R). Additionally, Laura is an accredited facilitator of the Westmead Feelings program (WFP) and has extensive experience leading our WFP group program for autistic teens at the Emotions Clinic. Laura is co-author of the ’embracing neurodiversity’ program for Autistic young adults.  Laura strives to build social and emotional skills in children, adolescents & adults to enhance their overall wellbeing. 

 

Previously, Laura has worked in specialised multidisciplinary intellectual disability and mental health team within NSW Health, as a School Psychologist, based in a High School in South-West Sydney, and in a non-government disability service in Southern Sydney. Indeed, Laura is passionate about research and has published several research articles in peer reviewed journals. Laura continues to collaborate with Western Sydney University, where she also teaches in psychology and assists in providing supervision and training to students on placement at the Emotions Clinic. 

 

Laura takes a warm, empathetic and non-judgmental approach to working collaboratively with all patients.

 

Publications

Garrido, S., Dunne, L., Perz, J., Chang, E., & Stevens, CJ. (2020). The use of music in aged care facilities: A mixed-methods study. Journal of Health Psychology. 

 

Garrido, S., Dunne, L., Stevens, CJ., Chang, E., & Clements-Cortes, A. (2020). Music playlists for people with dementia: Trialling A Guide for Caregivers. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.

 

Garrido, S., Cheers, D., Boydell, K., Nguyen, QV., Schuber, E., Dunne, L., & Meade, T. (2019). Young people’s response to six smartphone apps for anxiety and depression: focus group study. JMIR Mental Health.

 

Garrido, S., Stevens, C.J., Chang, E., Dunne, L., & Perz, J. (2019). Musical Features and Affective Responses to Personalised Playlists in People with Probable Dementia. American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease & Other Dementias.

 

Dunne, L., Perich, T., Meade, T. (2018). The relationship between social support and personal recovery in bipolar disorder. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal.

 

Garrido, S., Stevens, C. J., Chang, E., Dunne, L., & Perz, J. (2018). Music and dementia: Individual differences in response to personalised playlists. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.

 

Garrido, S., Dunne, L., Perz, J., Chang, E., & Stevens, C. J. (2018). The use of music in aged care facilities: A mixed-methods study. Journal of Health Psychology.

 

Garrido, S., Dunne, L., Chang, E., Perz, J., Stevens, C. J., & Haertsch, M. (2017). The Use of Music Playlists for People with Dementia: A Critical Synthesis. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.

 

Novembre, G., Knoblich, G., Dunne, L., & Keller, P. E. (2017). Interpersonal synchrony enhanced through 20 Hz phase-coupled dual brain stimulation. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.

Positions Available

We always welcome enquiries from Clinicians with a passion for excellence in Autism, Intellectual Disability and Mental Health. We currently take EOIs on a rolling basis and eligible clinicians are contacted when/if a role becomes available.

Please contract our Clinic Director, Dr Belinda Ratcliffe: Belinda.Ratcliffe@theemotionsclinic.com.au to discuss your career goals.