DR SUZI GEORGE
Dr Suzi George is a Clinical Psychologist and a Clinical Neuropsychologist. She completed a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Psychology at the University of Queensland in 2002 and went on to complete a Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology also at the University of Queensland in 2008.
CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
Suzi has spent most of her career working in the public sector across community and acute care settings with people across the lifespan. She has provided psychological care to various clinical populations including medically unwell people, people living with chronic pain, children with brain injuries, and older adults with cognitive impairment. She has held clinical positions across different hospitals in Brisbane, including The Prince Charles Hospital, the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, and Queensland Children’s Hospital (formerly Royal Children’s Hospital). She has also worked in private practice in London.
CARDIAC PSYCHOLOGY
From 2012 – 2022, Suzi held a part-time, permanent clinical appointment within the Adult Congenital Heart Disease Service at The Prince Charles Hospital and worked in the specialised field of Cardiac Psychology. Within this area, Suzi has had the unique opportunity of helping people adjust to the psychological impact of living with life-limiting heart conditions and has provided long-term psychological care to cardiac patients with depression, anxiety, panic, trauma, sleep problems, quality of life issues, and end-of-life issues.
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PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION
Suzi is fully registered with the Psychology Board of Australia under the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency, is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society, and is a Fellow of the College of Clinical Psychologists and College of Clinical Neuropsychologists. She is a Board-Approved Supervisor with the Psychology Board of Australia and has provided clinical supervision to students and registrars undertaking their post-graduate training in psychology.