Clinical Psychology

services clinical psychologyFiona McGuigan is a Clinical Psychologist and a member of the Psychology Board of Australia, the Australian Psychological Society and APS College of Clinical Psychologists. She has experience working in hospital, community and private practice settings and works with children, adolescents and families with a range of behavioural and emotional concerns. Fiona is committed to providing evidence based and compassionate therapy to the individuals and families that she works with.

Fiona can help children and families with:

  • anxiety
  • depression
  • emotion regulation difficulties
  • behaviour management
  • social skills and friendship issues
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • grief and adjustment issues
  • parenting support and difficulties in the parent-child relationship
  • separation
  • family change and conflict

No doctor’s referral is needed. Fiona is a registered provider with Medicare and most private health insurers, so clients may be eligible for rebates when referred by their GP, Paediatrician or Psychiatrist.

To make an appointment please contact Assessment and Therapy Services on (02) 9959 5799, call Fiona on 0419 592 392,
or email:


Ingerith Martin is a clinical psychologist with a combined Masters and PhD from the University of NSW who has over 10 years of clinical experience in treating a range of mental health difficulties across the lifespan. Ingerith has worked in a variety of settings including aged care, in-patient hospital, private practice and not-for-profit organisations. Ingerith currently specialises in women’s mental health, with a particular focus on perinatal mental health. When not working in her private practice she consults to the Gidget Foundation, where she supports women adjusting to parenthood. Her approach is one of acceptance, warmth and compassion and combines a number of different evidence based clinical psychological approaches, including cognitive
behaviour therapy, acceptance commitment therapy and mindfulness based cognitive therapy.

Ingerith is available to provide clinical psychological services to women including:

  • Anxiety disorders (including panic disorder, generalised anxiety disorder, adjustment disorders, social phobia and other phobias)
  • Clinical depression
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Chronic stress
  • Chronic illness management
  • Perinatal anxiety and depression
  • Adjustment to grief and loss

To make an appointment please contact Assessment and Therapy Services on (02) 9959 5799
or email:

Clinical Psychologist at ATS

Dr Fiona McGuigan
BSc.Psych.Hons., MSc.Clin.Psych., PhD.

Ingerith Martin
BSc.Psych.Hons., MSc.Clin.Psych., PhD.


Australian Psychological Society