Anne-Louise Easey is a Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society College of Clinical Psychologists and Member of the Australian Psychological Society.
She completed a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) with Honours from the University of Queensland before obtaining a Master of Clinical Psychology at the Queensland University of Technology.
Anne-Louise has worked as a Clinician for many years in government and non-government organisations, and private practice, assisting individuals and families reflect on life challenges that affect mental health, relationships, the ability to study, work and daily functioning.
She is a Psychology Board-approved supervisor with many years experience providing supervision and professional support for Psychology and Social Work colleagues across Queensland, as well as supervision for Clinical Psychology Registrars and Psychology students.
Anne-Louise is experienced in facilitating individual and group interventions, conferences, professional development and clinical support for Medical, Nursing, Allied Health and Education colleagues.
Her skills, training and passion for her work find her regularly working successfully with issues involving child development, parenting, early intervention work with children and adolescents; adult mental health and life issues.
Anne-Louise is also a registered secondary school teacher and has taught in both boys’ and girls’ secondary Colleges and boarding school, where she developed a good sense of the challenges facing adolescents and families today.