Christina Thai (Clinical Psychologist)

BSci (Hons), MPsych (Clinical, Hons), MAPS

Christina is a Clinical Psychologist who received her qualifications from the University of New South Wales, and is experienced in working with both children and adults.

Christina uses evidence based interventions to treat mental health problems affecting individuals across the lifespan. She works predominantly within a cognitive behavioural therapy framework, incorporating emotion regulation skills, behaviour management, exposure, and family systems interventions in her work. 

She has experience working with adults with anxiety (generalised anxiety, social anxiety, panic and specific phobias) and mood disorders.

She previously worked at a specialist university clinic coordinating a research trial for the delivery of online intervention in child behaviour problems. She has also worked at a multidisciplinary paediatric health service to deliver assessment and intervention to children with behavioural, emotional, social and developmental difficulties. 

Christina is passionate about working with children and families, and she believes that early intervention has the power to not only improve emotional and behavioural functioning, but also strengthen family relationships and influence the overall future of a child. She has a special interest in childhood behaviour problems, autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, learning problems and anxiety disorders.

Christina holds full registration and specialist endorsement as a Clinical Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia. She is also a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS).

Please contact Reception on 02 8999 3393 to make an appointment or for further information.