Joshua Broderick, PhD
UNSW Bachelor of Science (Psychology - Honours)
UNSW Master of Psychology (Clinical - Honours)
UNSW PhD (Clinical Psychology)
Josh attained his Bachelor of Science (hons class 1), Master of Clinical Psychology, and PhD in clinical psychology at the University of New South Wales. He is an Adjunct Fellow at Macquarie University School of Psychology and has worked as a lecturer at UNSW, teaching courses on clinical psychology and theories of mental health and psychopathology. Josh has also developed online learning materials (i.e. lectures) for the UNSW school of psychology, where he held a year-long post-doctorate position.
Josh has published peer reviewed research on adult anxiety (specifically obsessive-compulsive disorder), child behaviour and emotion problems, and human learning. He has spoken at national and international conferences on the topics of obsessive-compulsive disorder and the treatment of child emotion and behaviour problems.
A bit more about Josh...
Josh was previously the Senior Clinical Psychologist and Project Manager at the Child Behaviour Research Clinic at the University of Sydney. He has also worked at a paediatric developmental health organisation and in a public hospital. He has links with local (and some not local) GPs, psychiatrists, school counsellors and speech therapists, as well as other allied health professionals. Josh is a Psychology Board of Australia approved clinical psychologist and is approved as a supervisor of other psychologists. He has specific training in cognitive-behavioural therapy and attachment focused behavioural family intervention. He has been trained to deliver cognitive-behavioural therapy for child, adolescent and adult populations. Josh conducts educational assessments in children where required.
Josh has been living in Sydney his whole life and is married with three children. He loves the beach and running long distances.
Antonio Mendoza-Diaz, PhD
University of Sydney Master of Psychology (Clinical, ongoing)
University of Sydney PhD (Clinical Child Psychology)
Tony is a provisional clinical psychologist currently completing a Master of Clinical Psychology at the University of Sydney. Tony has always believed in early intervention, knowing that childhood is a critical period for lifelong health. This motivated him to complete a doctorate (PhD) in clinical child psychology from the University of Sydney, where he trained under Professor Mark Dadds at the Child Behaviour Research Clinic, focusing on children with conduct problems and oppositional behaviour.
From there Tony moved on to other early intervention projects, working in developmental psychiatry for over 5 years, focusing on neurodevelopmental disorders like autism and working in close collaboration with a range of health services. Tony receives regular individual and group supervision from experienced clinical psychologists.
A bit more about Tony...
Tony only uses evidence-based psychological interventions with his clients, such as behavioural family interventions (with an attachment focus), cognitive-behavioural therapy (for children and adults) and acceptance and commitment therapy (for adults). When he's not in the clinic or the research lab, Tony likes to take his dog Penny for walks, read, and play soccer or board games with his friends and family.