Dr Toni Lindsay is a Clinical and Health Psychologist who has been working with both adults and adolescents for over 10 years.
She works at Chris O'Brien Lifehouse in the Oncology and Haematology departments, and is a specialist in the care of Adolescents and Young Adults with cancer. In addition to this work, she sits on several committees and working parties about the psychological impact of chronic and acute health conditions. Toni teaches in the University of Sydney Nursing School and is passionate about working with and teaching health professionals about the psychological impact of cancer on both patients and health care professionals.
Her therapy style is a bit eclectic, and works from both a Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Existential Psychotherapy framework. She is an AHPRA approved supervisor and provides clinical supervision for both psychologists and other health professionals.
Uncertainty has arrived - Chris O'Brien Lifehouse
Podcast - The Thing about Advanced Cancer - Cancer Council
Dying Young and The Psychology of Leaving a Legacy - Brain Blogger
Conversations On The Couch - The Psychology of It.
Cancer Survivors "I'm dying just not right now" - Sydney Morning Herald
Random Acts of Kindness - Chris O'Brien Lifehouse - Sorry Thanks I Love You
Parenting after Breast Cancer - Sydney Morning Herald