Kathleen Lindsay

Clinical Psychologist MAPS
Fellow APS College of Clinical Psychologists

Kathleen Lindsay is an endorsed clinical psychologist. She has been a registered psychologist working in private practice for well over a decade. In that time she has developed her skills and expertise, and assisted diverse client groups to work through many complex psychological issues as listed below. She has also worked in a range of other settings including community mental health, local hospitals, age care facilities, and community service agencies.

Kathleen completed her Masters in Clinical Psychology in February 2016. Her Masters dissertation explored the relationship between self-efficacy, quality of life, and the role of benefit finding in sustaining positive psychological states for carers. Her honours thesis researched the relationship between self-esteem and optimism in boys with ADHD.

Originally from Queensland, she has travelled and worked throughout Australia, including WA, NSW, and the Northern Territory. Kathleen is a member of Rotary and has also been awarded a Paul Harris Medal for her involvement in community mental health.

Accreditation / Approved Provider

Victims Services
DVA (Department of Veterans Affairs)
ATAPS (Healthy Minds Program)
– Youth & Adults
– Perinatal
– Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders
EAP (Employee Assistance Programs)
Carers NSW

Areas of Interest

Anxiety and adjustment disorders
Stress management
PTSD and trauma (war veterans, peacekeepers, victims of crime, personal injury)
Self-esteem & confidence
Assertive communication
Grief and loss
Behavioural problems
Physical & intellectual disabilities
Other mental health conditions


Older Adults
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders
People with physical and intellectual disabilities


Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
Narrative Therapy
Solution-Focussed Therapy
Motivational Interviewing
Exposure Therapy