Anna Robilliard - BA. Grad Dip Psych.
• Member of the Australian Psychological Society
• Member of the Forensic College and accredited supervisor.
• Member of the Australia New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law.
• Registered Psychologist PS 0017658

Anna has over 30 years professional experience in Psychology, having graduated in Western Australia in 1976. After working in student counselling at the Western Australian Institute of Technology she came to NSW and completed her internship in the psychiatric unit at Hornsby Hospital where she was responsible for a group of young people with serious mental illness and substance abuse problems. In 1979 Anna moved to the UK to attend the Tavistock Clinic in London where she studied family therapy part time. Simultaneously Anna lectured in psychology at the Cheltenham Polytechnic and worked for Gloucestershire Area Health Service. In 1980-81 Anna was employed at the Wessex Unit for Children and Parents, working with challenging and disturbed behaviour within families and individual children.

On returning to Australia Anna joined Relationships Australia where she underwent training and rigorous supervision in relationship counselling as well as maintaining a private practice. 1986 was the beginning of her association with forensic psychology through Hahn and Associates and with Anita Duffy and Katherine Barrier who later became partners in Duffy Barrier Robilliard. At this time she became a foundation member of the Forensic College of the Australian Psychological Society. In 2007 Anna took time out to train in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Rational Emotive Therapy. In 2012/13 she undertook a post graduate diploma in Developmental Trauma.

For over ten years she has been a clinical associate of the University of New South Wales training forensic Masters students and currently works part time at the Wentworth Clinic which is a joint initiative of CSNSW and UNSW. She has a passionate interest in supporting and assisting young colleagues.

Anna continues to prepare forensic reports for all jurisdictions. Her current special interests are assessment and management of indigenous offenders in urban and regional settings, the neurobiology and treatment of developmental trauma, chronic institutionalisation, personality disorders, forensic matters and ageing, and post release management. She serves on two Boards: Rainbow Lodge, a CSNSW supported accommodation for men released from custody and Gamarada, an Indigenous Healing and Life Training program based in Redfern.