Anita McGregor - BA Special (Criminology) with distinction
M.Ed. Psychology (Counselling)

• Registered Psychologist PSY0001173107
• Member of the Australian Psychological Society
• Member of the APS Forensic College

Trained at the University of Alberta and University of Calgary in Canada, Anita has broad based experience in assessment and treatment of offenders and victims, as well as working with police members and their families. Her public practice has included work for Correctional Service Canada and she currently works for the University of New South Wales organizing the forensic placements for students in the Master of Psychology (Forensic) program, teaching the essential assessment and treatment skills, both in lecture form and as the Director of the Wentworth Forensic Clinic. Over twenty years of private practice, Anita has provided risk assessments, pre sentence reports, bilateral custody assessments, and other specialized assessments to the court, provided training (supervision skills), mediation and general treatment.

Anita has been awarded a Staff Excellence award for her contribution to the UNSW Forensic program, and was also awarded the College of Forensic Psychologists award for research and academic work.

She has been a valued consultant with Duffy Robilliard since 2007. Her areas of particular interest include the assessment of violent offenders, including sex offenders (especially female sex offenders), offenders with concurrent diagnosis (mental illness and substance abuse) and offenders transitioning into the community.