Dr Margaret Tadros holds both a Masters degree and PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Sydney. She has 25 years of experience working as a clinical psychologist, initially as a Clinical Psychologist on the ADAPT pain management program at the Pain Management and Research Centre, Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney. She then moved into the private sector, working for Dr Timothy J. Sharp and Associates, treating a wide range of psychological problems in addition to maintaining her speciality in chronic pain. She was also given responsibility for the training, clinical supervision and professional development of the practice’s clinical psychologists. During this period the practice gained an enviable reputation for clinical excellence and for high standards of professional supervision and development. Whilst building the extent of her clinical experience, she also maintained her PhD studies focusing on the relationship between chronic pain and posttraumatic stress. Her PhD was completed in 2008.

In 2010 she established her private practice, initially in Glebe and now in Leichhardt. Also in 2010 she was appointed by WorkCover NSW to the role of Independent Psychology Consultant, which involves reviewing the treatments provided to injured workers and making recommendations to insurers regarding psychological treatment.

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Natasha will be your first contact when visiting or calling our office. She is friendly and approachable, and will be eager to help you with any queries you may have.

Natasha is passionate about learning, listening and helping others. She is currently completing a Masters in Primary Teaching (Special Education) at the University of Notre Dame, having previously completed her Bachelor of Psychological Sciences at the University of Western Sydney.