Dr Matthew Evans
- Bachelor of Psychology with Honours (BscPsych Hons)
- Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsych)
- Eligible for membership of the Australian Psychology Society
- Eligible for membership of the Australian Psychology Society’s College of Clinical Psychology
- STAP accredited clinical supervisor
Matthew is an experienced and highly committed clinical psychologist. He has worked in the profession of psychology since 2000 when he began working with adults following spinal cord injury at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in the UK. He subsequently completed his clinical training at Oxford University where he completed his doctorate in clinical psychology in 2004.
Since moving to Australia in 2004, he initially worked in a children’s developmental service before working at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital with adults with chronic health conditions and co-morbid psychological difficulties. In addition, Matthew has worked in private practice since 2008.
Matthew sees children, adolescents and adults with a broad range of conditions and is particularly experienced in treating anxiety, depression, adjustment disorders, bereavement , trauma and individuals experiencing unexplained physical symptoms. He has a particular interest in helping people to adjust to and manage health conditions, and has run speciality psychology clinics for people with diabetes, respiratory, cardiac and gastroenterological conditions. In addition to his interest in chronic health conditions, Matthew is an enthusiastic practitioner of Feedback Informed Therapy (FIT) which is a process by which feedback from clients helps him to work more effectively to achieve better outcomes.
Matthew is heavily involved in the clinical supervision of interns at Griffith University and has for several years taught and examined medical students in the area of clinical communication.
Matthew is available at our Newmarket office on a Monday, Tuesday and Friday.