Psychologist

Hannah Taylor

Hannah is a registered Clinical Psychologist who has been practicing for ten years in a diverse range of mental health settings across Western Sydney and the Illawarra, including residential and inpatient settings, NSW public health and private practice. 

Hannah has extensive experience working with adolescents and adults living with various mental health difficulties, including mood and adjustment disorders, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, trauma, substance abuse issues, deliberate self-injury and suicidal ideation. 

Hannah has a particular interest in working with women and families in the perinatal period (i.e., conception, pregnancy and post-birth), and is passionate about providing holistic support for women transitioning into motherhood. Hannah has experience treating a wide range of postpartum mental health concerns, including postnatal depression, rage and anxiety. Hannah also has a strong interest in working with clients who struggle with single incident and complex trauma, including childbirth-related trauma, and is trained to provide Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR). 

Hannah tailors her treatment to meet each client’s needs, utilizing various evidence-based interventions, including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Schema Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and attachment-focused therapies. With all clients, Hannah enjoys working collaboratively with GPs, psychiatrists and other medical and allied health professionals to optimize her client’s care. 

Hannah has a Bachelor of Psychology and a Masters of Clinical Psychology both from the University of Wollongong, and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). 

To make an appointment please call the Amélie Private team on 1300 971 265.

meg hass psychologist

Meg Hass

Meg Hass is a Registered Psychologist with AHPRA, and a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). Meg graduated from Monash university with first class honours in 2021 and has completed further training in perinatal psychology. She is interested in the treatment of adults, particularly with presentations associated with perinatal psychology.

Meg has a lived experience with infertility, miscarriage and IVF, and is passionate about helping individuals and their families to cope with infertility, child loss and its associated anxiety and grief. Her aim is to create a place for individuals and their families to feel understood and supported by providing clinical treatment that is delivered with empathy and understanding.

Her areas of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Perinatal mental health
  • perinatal depression and anxiety
  • Complex family planning and infertility concerns
  • Grief of miscarriage and early infant loss/ stillbirth
  • Family planning after loss
  • Family planning after separation and divorce
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Parenting concerns
  • Support through IVF and other Assisted reproductive technologies
  • Birth trauma
  • Egg and sperm donor counselling and surrogacy

Meg has previously been a professional athlete and is passionate about physical fitness and the positive link between exercise and mental health.

Meg uses a combination of clinical and wholistic approaches that address the physical and psychological aspects of mental health.  Meg is a mother to 3 young children and is also a stepmother to 2 older children. In her spare time she will be found at the beach with her family.