Call us on 0415 460 830

Contact Us

Ph: 0415 460 830

Anastasia Hronis

Clinical Psychologist Registrar

Anastasia adopts an empathic and compassionate approach in working with children, adolescents, families and adults to address mental health concerns and improve well-being. Anastasia is passionate about working collaboratively with all clients to individually tailor treatment plans based upon evidence-based interventions. 

Anastasia holds a Bachelor of Psychology degree with First Class Honours from the University of Sydney, and a Master of Clinical Psychology degree from the University of Technology Sydney. Additionally, Anastasia has also trained as and holds qualifications as a professional concert pianist.

Anastasia is particularly passionate about working with adults with chronic mood disorders, interpersonal difficulties, emotional dysregulation, trauma and personality issues. She has worked in a variety of settings including hospital inpatient and outpatient units, community mental health services and in private practice, and underwent her training in the Psychological Medicine Unit at Westmead Children’s Hospital and at Concord Hospital. Her flexible approach allows her to work from a range of psychological frameworks including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)Schema TherapyAcceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and Mindfulness-based approaches. Anastasia has a keen interest in developing specialist skills in Schema Therapy and she is currently completing the accredited Schema Therapy Training program with the International Society of Schema Therapy (ISST).

Anastasia combines a strong interest and background in research into her clinical work. She is currently completing her PhD in the area of mental health treatments for children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities. Her PhD work has involved the development of an online treatment program called Unstoppable Me!, adapted from a Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) framework. In addition, Anastasia has published research and worked on projects relating to problem gambling, obesity and stroke, and has won numerous awards for her research.

In addition to her work at myLife, Anastasia currently works at St John of God Hospital Burwood running group therapy programs including anxiety and depression programs and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy group treatments.

Anastasia sees adults, adolescents and children at our Alexandria consultation rooms.

Membership and Registrations:

Selected Publications:

  • Hronis, A., Roberts, L., & Kneebone, I. I. (2017). A review of cognitive impairments in children with intellectual disabilities: Implications for cognitive behaviour therapy. British Journal of Clinical Psychology56(2), 189-207.
  • Hing, N., Russell, A., & Hronis, A (2017). What Behaviours and Cognitions Support Responsible Consumption of Gambling? Results from an Expert Survey. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction. DOI: 10.1007/s11469-017-9793-4
  • Hing, N., Russell, A., & Hronis, A. (2016). Behavioural indicators of responsible gambling consumption. Melbourne: Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation.