Dr Gemma Edwards-Smith
Dr Edwards-Smith was admitted as a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists in 1999. She practices in general adult psychiatry and has particular interest and experience in the treatment of mood disorders, depression, anxiety, pain and trauma.
In addition to her clinical practice, Dr Edwards-Smith has significant experience and expertise in the area of civil forensic psychiatry. She is the previous Chair of the Forensic Faculty, WA Branch of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, and is an approved medical specialist with WorkCover and Comcare in both New South Wales and Western Australia.
Emeritus Professor Dr Robert Kosky
Robert Kosky is a graduate of the University of Melbourne and Monash University (MD). He was Foundation Professor of Child Psychiatry at the University of Adelaide where he is currently Emeritus Professor. He was Chair of the Collaborating Centres for the National Survey of the Mental Health of Young People in Australia and was Joint Founding Director of the Australian Network for Early Intervention for the Mental Health of Young People (AusEInet). He has authored over 100 published research papers and co-authored six books, mainly in the areas of youth suicide, custodial and delinquent behaviours and early intervention. He has had over forty years of clinical experience in child, adolescent and adult psychiatry in Australia, UK and USA. A recent interest has been Post-combat Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Ms Susie Stewart
B Arts. Dip Education, B Psych MPsych (Clinical) MAPS Grad Dip Research
Ms Susie Stewart is a Clinical Psychologist with over twenty years’ experience working in private practice. She has worked and trained internationally and offers a wide range of practical approaches to therapy for individuals and families. Susie has had training in many different therapeutic approaches ranging from brief solution focused therapy to more long term therapy.
Our Psychiatrists require viewing referrals prior to accepting any new patients.
All referrals need to be emailed or faxed to the practice to ensure the best management of patients. The patient will be contacted for an appointment.
Referrals to our Clinical Psychologists can be made by contacting our rooms.