Anissa Mouti

Anissa is a committed and enthusiastic psychologist with a strong interest in working with families and children. She has completed her Masters in Clinical Psychology and received the Executive Deans Award for outstanding academic performance in 2014, 2015 and 2017. She was awarded both the University Medal and the Australian Psychological Society (APS) College Award Student Prize for her Masters degree in Clinical Psychology.

Anissa has extensive experience working in both public and private settings. She has worked for over 10 years in the public health sector including the Sydney Children’s Hospital Network and Western Sydney. She currently works with high-risk youth in the South Eastern Sydney LHD.

Through her work and research, Anissa has gained experience in neurodevelopmental presentations, emotional disturbances, ultra-high risk, learning and behavioural difficulties. She is highly skilled and accredited in standardised assessments including Autism, ADHD, developmental, cognitive and learning assessments. She works in a holistic and multi-disciplinary manner with other professionals and schools involved in the individual’s care.

In addition to her clinical work, Anissa is also involved in teaching and research. She is a board approved supervisor with AHPRA. She is an accredited tutor in the Griffiths Scales of Child Development (i.e., Griffiths III) and conducts workshops for doctors and psychologists. Anissa is a guest lecturer at Western Sydney University. She has presented at international conferences and her work is published in International Journals.

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