Dr Ann Ozsivadjian is a principal clinical psychologist specialising in autism spectrum disorders (ASD), and within, that mental health in ASD.
She works primarily with children and families but also young adults. In addition, Ann will see children and young people who do not have a neurodevelopmental disorder.
She offers specialist cognitive behaviour therapy, behavioural parenting support, and family-based interventions. She has extensive experience in assessing and treating complex co-occurring emotional and behavioural problems that occur in the context of a neurodevelopmental problem such as ASD and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Ann has delivered several national training events for professionals working in the field, and given lectures at a number of national and international conferences. She has also published and collaborated in a number of research projects.