B.Psych, M.Psych (Clin), M.Psych (Ed. & Dev.), MAPS, FCCLIN
Director, Clinical Psychologist
Stacy Shepherd has been practicing psychology for over 13 years. She has endorsements in Educational and Development Psychology as well as Clinical Psychology. Stacy has extensive experience working across the lifespan.
Stacy spent the first part of her career focusing on working with children and adolescents. This included working with typical young people with anxiety, behavioural problems, issues with bullying, etc. in addition to working more specifically with children and adolescents with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disability and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Being an Educational and Developmental Psychologist means that Stacy has extensive experience in working with children and adolescents who experience learning difficulties. Stacy spent time working in schools as a school psychologist in addition to working in public health and private practices. She has experience in working with school staff as well as providing parent training programs both individuals and on a group basis.
As a clinical psychologist, Stacy is also well trained to see a wide range of mental health concerns across the life span. Stacy works with individuals of all ages, including adults. Stacy specialises in working with clients who present with personality disorder and other difficult to treatment presentations, including complex trauma and treatment resistant conditions. Stacy is currently completing her advanced accreditation in schema therapy.
Stacy completed a Bachelor of Psychology at the University of North Carolina in America before migrating to Australia to complete her Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology at Western Sydney University. Stacy has also completed a Master of Clinical Psychology at Charles Sturt University. Stacy is endorsed as an educational and developmental psychologist and clinical psychologist with AHPRA (Australia Health Professionals Regulation Agency). She is also a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and a member of the Clinical Psychologist college.