About Sports Lab Psychology
Psychology at Sports lab focusses on the following areas: Managing ADHD, Learning difficulties at school & work, boosting memory & concentration, managing symptoms of depression, and managing worrying, anxiety or stress.
How We Can Help
- Focus & Memory Strategies
- Relationship Difficulties
- Academic or Work Performance Issues
- Anxiety, Worry or Stress
- Physical or Mental Health Conditions
- Goal Setting
- ADHD & Related Disorders
Dr Candice QuinnPsychologist
Psychologist & Personal Coach
Dr Candice Quinn is a psychologist and personal coach, registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Agency, Medicare and Private Health Insurers. Dr Quinn works with people from all walks of life to overcome unexpected challenges. Dr Quinn’s speciality is assisting people through transition periods, where things such as physical and mental illness or injury may have caused setbacks, relationships have changed or a significant loss has occurred.
Dr Quinn has worked in the public and private healthcare sector for over 15 years. Her training has included a Bachelor of Psychology with First Class Honours and Bachelor of Laws from Southern Cross University, a Masters of Science in Medicine from the University of Sydney, and also a Doctor of Philosophy completed at the University of Sydney, focusing on the neurobiological basis of Depression. Dr Quinn has a strong focus on accurate assessment, diagnosis and the application of evidence-based interventions.
Dr Quinn’s clinical work focuses on cognitive-behavioural therapy, interpersonal and trauma-focussed psychotherapy, disease management strategies and environment modification. With a strong background in both psychological practice and medical research, Dr Quinn offers a skill set effective for working with people who may be experiencing physical and mental health conditions, including persons in need of workplace rehabilitation or conflict resolution, sports people recovering after injury or transitioning from high level performance to another field, and people having difficulties with medical illnesses.