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Our Team.

The ADHD Psychology Clinic has a dedicated and enthusiastic team of Psychologists


We thrive on using our years of training and experience in assessment to help children and adults with ADHD.


All of our psychologists are nationally registered with AHPRA, which means they meet Federal Government standards for professional practice.

All of our psychologists have experience in assessment and treatment of ADHD and other mental health presentations.

Simon Coyle



Simon has over 15 years experience conducting ADHD assessments and providing psychological therapy.

Before becoming a psychologist, Simon trained and worked as a school teacher where he developed a keen interest in ADHD and learning difficulties. 

As a senior psychologist within the NSW Department of Education he supervises a team of psychologists, who conduct cognitive, ADHD, ASD and Learning Disorder assessments.

In his role as a psychologist in private practice, Simon conducts ADHD assessments and provides CBT-informed psychological therapy with children* and adults.


* Non-NSW Department of Education students

Bernadette Davies



Bernadette is an experienced psychologist and educator with over 30 years working in these
fields. She is registered as a psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is also a registered teacher.

Bernadette is trained in assessment of ADHD for children and adults and CBT (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy) for the treatment of ADHD. 


She is passionate about helping individuals across the lifespan get accurately assessed for ADHD and, once diagnosed, to receive appropriate treatment so they can work towards achieving their goals.

Bernadette has broad experience, having worked in a range of psychological and educational settings with children, adolescents and adults. She has worked in private practice, non-government organisations and mainstream and alternative education settings.

Christine Craig



Christine has been conducting assessments with children and adults for over 20 years.


She is particularly passionate about conducting assessments with adults, especially women with ADHD who have been overlooked in childhood.


Christine uses her skills to make the process of undertaking an ADHD assessment a calm and insightful experience.


She believes that the process of identifying ADHD in adults assists her clients with tapping into the latent potential that has evaded them for so long. With compassion and understanding, Christine helps her clients enjoy this experience of self discovery and be confident moving forward.

Susan Smith

Clinical Psychologist

Susan is a clinical psychologist with over 19 years experience.


She holds a masters in clinical psychology, is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and the APS College of Clinical Psychologists, the Australian ADHD Professionals Association (AADPA) and the Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance (CADDRA). She is also a board approved supervisor with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).


Susan has worked as a senior psychologist within the mental health service in Victoria and has worked in a range of environments, primarily specialising in mental health and chronic health conditions across the lifespan.  


Susan has a particular interest in neurodevelopmental disorders, such as ADHD, and uses a person centred, non-judgmental approach to assist clients to better understand themselves in the assessment process.

Caitlin Marr


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Caitlin is a psychologist with five years experience conducting assessments and providing therapy with clients across the lifespan.

She is compassionate and collaborative in her work with her ADHD clients, helping them to identify and change behavioural and emotional responses (as well as underlying beliefs) that are holding them back.

Caitlin is committed to helping individuals with ADHD understand themselves better and learn how to build healthier relationships with themselves as a foundation to making other practical changes which lead to the achievement of goals.

​Caitlin utilises a person-centred approach, as well as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) to help with behavioural and emotion regulation.

Ph: 1300 171 792

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