Annie Clark - Psychologist


Annie Clark is a Psychologist with 20 years experience in Clinical Practice. She specialises in Depression, Anxiety, Health/Sport Psychology, Trauma, Victims Counselling and Positive Psychology. She has a B.A. (Hons) Psychology degree and Master of Clinical Psychology degree. She is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS) and a Committee Member of the Sydney Branch of the APS. She is a registered Psychologist with Medicare, Victims Services, Department of Defence, WorkCover and ATAPS.

Annie provides Counselling and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, Trauma, Weight Loss and Relationship issues. She is passionate about promoting exercise as an adjunctive treatment for depression.

A dynamic public speaker, Annie is available to speak to your company or work team at conferences and retreats on the effect of exercise on depression.

 

 

Annie Clark has made several media appearances. She was a featured expert on a TV show on genetics and mental health called How Can It Be with Gus Worland (http://howcanitbe.tv/. She produced a Weight Training DVD, Weight Training: Getting the Body You Want, and co-wrote a book on the effect of the Paleo Diet on weight and mood, 40 Days as a City Caveman. She was featured in the book, What I Wish I knew About Health and Fitness. Annie has written several articles on mental health for magazines such as Ultra-Fit Magazine and Women's Fitness.

To contact Annie regarding media appearances, please email her at anniefitness@hotmail.com.

Annie currently works at The Sydney Centre for Psychological Medicine on Mondays & Wednesdays:

Queensland Arcade,

Suite 31/181 Church St,

Parramatta, NSW, 2150


Phone: (02) 9806 0667

Fax: (02) 9806 0069

and

Randwick Psychology Centre on Tuesdays & Thursdays:

Suite 7, 126-128 Avoca St,

Randwick, NSW, 2031

Phone: 0416 340670

Annie is passionate about promoting exercise as a cojunctive treatment for depression. If you're suffering from depression, watch her weekly videos below to help you start and maintain an exercise program to lift your mood.

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