Antanita Chrysostom

Registrar Program Supervisor (Clinical Psychologist)

(Independent Contractor)

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Antanita is a registered Clinical Psychologist and member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). Antanita has completed a Bachelor of Behavioural Science, Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology, Master of Psychology (Clinical), and Graduate Diploma in Autism Diagnosis.

Antanita has over ten years of clinical experience in supporting the mental health needs of a wide range of clients of all age groups. Antanita has predominately worked in specialised areas, including Autism Spectrum Disorder and Alcohol and Other Drugs services, assisting with co-morbid mental health presentations, and within multi- and trans-disciplinary teams.

Her experience includes various mental health settings including forensic counselling service, autism specific organisation, private practices, and tertiary education. Antanita has extensive knowledge and understanding in evidence-based therapeutic modalities and in tailoring these to suit clients’ needs and presenting difficulties.

Antanita’s approach to clinical supervision encourages reflective practice, using attachment-based and trauma-informed lens, whilst ensuring ethical practice and clinical governance is upheld, and without compromising the humanistic experience of the supervisee.

  • Ethical, Professional and Legal Matters
  • Supervising Decisions Relating to Mandatory Reporting
  • Intervention and Treatment Planning
  • Working with/in Schools
  • Intervention with Trauma
  • Working with Neurodiverse Clients
  • Diagnosis and Using Psychometric Assessments for Diagnosis
  • Working with Separated Families
  • Risk Assessment
  • Correctional Facilities
  • Working with Young Children (0 - 5 yo), Children (5 - 12 yo), Adolescence (12 - 18 yo) and Late Adolescence (18 - 25 yo)
  • Working with Adult and Late Adulthood
  • Working with Gender Diverse Populations 
  • Working with Survivors of Child Sexual Assault
  • Working with AOD
  • Acute Adult Mental Health Disorders

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