Sally Neary is a Clinical Psychologist with over 18 years experience who has worked previously in
hospital settings, at the Royal South Sydney Hospital and Avoca Clinic, Randwick ,working with children
and young adults providing treatment to children with a range of psychological concerns and at the
Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Prince of Wales Hospital, where she worked in the
assessment of children with learning difficulties.

Sally more recently (2014-2016) applied her skills to assist people adjust to and live with serious illness
such as chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic pain, Multiple Sclerosis and cancer, working with clients from
Headway Health to assist those affected by a cancer diagnosis, their carers, partners and families.
Other particular areas of interest and experience for Sally are in working with anxiety and stress in
adolescents and adults as they study and prepare for Examinations (such as HSC and tertiary studies),
working with mothers (Post Natal depression, anxiety and adjustment), as well as working with adults,
adolescents and children with Social Phobia, Generalised Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Agoraphobia
and Specific Phobias.

Sally is an active member of the College of Clinical Psychologists (Australian
Psychological Society) and Australian Association for Cognitive Behavior Therapy and is a Psychology
Board of Australia approved Supervisor.

Further information:


Gaston, J.E., Abbott M.J.,  Rapee, R.M.,& Neary, S.A. (2006)  Do empirically supported treatments generalize to private practice? A benchmark study of a cognitive-behavioural group treatment programme for social phobia. British Journal of Clinical Psychology.  45(Pt 1):33-48.

Meza, R.A.,  Traynor, V., Charles, J.  Miles, D.A., Britt, H.& Neary, S. (1995)  The management of arthritis in general practice. Results from the Australian morbidity and treatment survey, 1990-1991.  Australian Family Physician.  24(2):188-93.

Charles, J., Traynor, V., Miles, D.A., Bridges-Webb, C. , Neary, S. & Britt, H. (1994).  The management of asthma in general practice. Results from the Australian Morbidity and Treatment Survey, 1990-1991.  Australian Family Physician. 23(11):2151-5.

Traynor, V., Britt, H.,  Neary, S., Sayer, G.P.,  Charles, J. & Meza R.A. (1994)  The management of osteoarthritis in general practice. Results from the Australian Morbidity and Treatment Survey, 1990-1991.[see comment].  Australian Family Physician.  23(10):1971-3, 1976-8.

Meza, R.A., Bridges-Webb, C., Sayer, G.P., Miles, D.A.,  Traynor, V. & Neary S. (1994)  The management of acute bronchitis in general practice: results from the Australian Morbidity and Treatment Survey, 1990-1991.  Australian Family Physician.  23(8):1550-3.

Britt, H., Miles, D.A.,  Bridges-Webb, C., Neary, S.,  Charles, J. & Traynor, V.(1994).  A comparison of country and metropolitan general practice.  Australian Family Physician.  23(6):1116-21, 1124-5.

Pearse, P. & Neary, S. (1994).  Psychological problems. How are they managed in general practice?.Australian Family Physician.  23(3):443-7, 450-1.

Britt, H., Bridges-Webb, C., Sayer, G.P., Neary, S., Traynor, V. & Charles, J. (1994).The diagnostic difficulties of abdominal pain. Australian Family Physician  23(3):375-7, 380-1.

Britt, H., Meza, R.A.,  Charles, J., Miles, D.A.,  Sayer, G.P. & Neary, S. (1994).  The management of URTI in general practice. Results from the Australian Morbidity and Treatment Survey, 1990-1991. Australian Family Physician.  23(5):907-9, 912-3.

Britt, H., Miles, D.A., Bridges-Webb, C.,  Neary, S.,  Charles, J. & Traynor, V.(1994)  A comparison of country and metropolitan general practice.[see comment] Medical Journal of Australia.  159 Suppl:S9-64.

Traynor, V.,  Neary S.,  Bridges-Webb, C.,  Miles, D.A., Britt, H. & Charles, J.(1993).Recruiting general practitioners for survey research. Australian Family Physician.  22(5):790-1, 794-5.

Bridges-Webb, C., Britt, H., Miles, D.A., Neary, S.,  Charles, J. & Traynor, V. (1993). Morbidity and treatment in general practice in Australia. Australian Family Physician.  22(3):336-9, 342-6.

Britt, H., Harris, M.,  Driver, B., Bridges-Webb, C.,  O’Toole, B. & Neary, S. (1992). Reasons for encounter and diagnosed health problems: convergence between doctors and patients.
Family Practice.  9(2):191-4.

Dickinson, J.A.,  Britt, H., Bridges-Webb, C. & Neary, S. (1992) The cost of cervical screening by general practitioners. Medical Journal of Australia.  156(10):740.

Driver, B., Britt, H., O’Toole, B., Harris, M., Bridges-Webb, C. & Neary, S. (1991) How representative are patients in general practice morbidity surveys? Family Practice.  8(3):261-8.