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Affirming. Collaborative. Authentic.

I'm Rebecca Gannon and I'm pleased you found me. 

I've worked as a Psychologist since 2015 and have supported Autistic, ADHD and Neurodivergent people in various roles since 2011 - even before being a Psychologist.  

In addition to postgraduate Psychology training, I am committed to ongoing learning, development and supervision so that I can continually refine my Neurodivergence-affirming practice and Autism/ADHD assessment skills.

Outside my client-focused work, I've been consulting on the National Autism Strategy as Co-Chair of the Diagnosis, Supports and Services Working Group. In the past I've enjoying lecturing in Undergraduate Psychology courses, sessional academic work, and supporting fellow Indigenous Psychology students via mentoring and supervision programs. In the future I hope to re-commence a PhD I paused to meet the needs of my young family - one day! 

When not wearing a Psychologist hat (it is, figuratively, a nice hat) I enjoy following the interests and passions of my 3 children. My enthusiasms outside of Psychology and Neurodivergence include heavy metal music, watercolour painting, fine-line sketching and collecting books faster than I could ever read them. Let's be real though, Neurodivergence is also my free-time special interest. All Autism, all the time. ♾️


Master of Psychology (Educational and Developmental) - Queensland University of Technology

Master of Forensic Mental Health - Griffith University

Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) - The University of Queensland

Professional Registrations and Memberships

AHPRA: PSY0001816107

Member of AAPi (Australian Association of Psychologists Inc) 


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