BA PGradDipPsych MClinPsych MAPS FCCLP
Mandy Taylor is a Clinical Psychologist with more than 20 years experience working with people of all backgrounds to promote mental health and well-being. Mandy provides a flexible and warm approach to promoting positive mental health. She brings a positive psychology approach to supporting people of all ages and experiences.
Mandy enjoys working in multidisciplinary teams with a holistic approach to her work. She has a focus on health and wellbeing, an approach that intersects psychological, social, physical and behavioural aspects of the cancer experience.
A personal approach, and often a sense of humour, are the tools that Mandy utilises to focus on wellbeing, relationships, pain management, sleep, body perception and changes, grief and loss, and managing anxiety and mood.
Mandy holds a masters degree in Clinical Psychology, and has facilitated research in various domains of health psychology including cardiac surgery. Mandy has held the role of Clinical Academic, a Deakin University and Eastern Health combined role providing training and leadership within a Family Therapy team based within mental health services. Mandy has provided education at a postgraduate level to psychologists, psychiatrists, and other health professionals. She also enjoys providing education and training to industry professionals across sectors of education, health and state government. As an experienced clinical psychologist, Mandy is also a registered psychology supervisor.