Dr Melissa Keogh is a highly qualified clinical psychologist who brings a warm and empathic style to the therapeutic relationship.

Dr Keogh specialises in the clinical assessment and treatment of a range of psychological conditions in children (5-12yrs), teenagers and adults, including:

  • anxiety disorders such as generalised anxiety, social phobia, post-traumatic stress disorder, panic disorder and separation anxiety disorder;
  • mood disorders including depression and dysthymia and bereavement;
  • eating disorders, particularly bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and EDNOS;
  • relationship issues;
  • childhood anxiety, depression and behavioural disorders such as AD/HD and Opposiitonal Defiant Disorder (ODD)
  • anger management,
  • sleep problems,
  • stress management
  • assertivness training, and;
  • self esteem and body image issues.

Dr Keogh has been registered as a psychologist since 2003 and is regularly called upon for psychological comment on a range of issues for the Australian radio, print & television and online media; her comments have also appeared in several international online publications.

Most recently, Dr Keogh has worked as a commercial media consultant for Microsoft and Channel 9 (Mi9) in the area of psychology and technology, and for SLEEPMAKER as a sleep hygiene expert.

She has also provided psychological comment for THE PROJECT (Ch 10), Weekend Sunrise (Ch 7), The Daily Edition (Ch 7), The Morning Show (Ch 7), Channel 10 News @ 5pm, What's Good For You (Ch 9), THE AGE newspaper, Cosmopolitan, CLEO, Good Health, Women's Health & Fitness & Madison Magazines, 2UE (Sydney), Denis Walter & 3AW (Melbourne), 4BC (Brisbane), Richard Stubbs & 774 ABC, news.com.au (including The Daily Telegraph, The Herald Sun & The Australian online), malaysia-chronicle.com and the newyorkpost.com.

As a consultant for Australian Doctor, Dr Keogh regularly presents to Australian GPs on the management of mental health issues such as anxiety and depression.

For Appointments and Media Enquiries:

T: 03 8080 2943



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