APS College of Clinical Psychologists

New South Wales Committee Information

Below are details of the current committee and vacancies. The APS is always on the look out for members who are interested in joining a Member Group committee, to help support and promote members, the profession, and the APS. For more information about joining a Member Groups committee, click here.

Have questions? Please feel free to contact committee members via PsyCommunity direct message here or reach out to APS Member Groups via [email protected].


Ms Suzanne Gibson
Suzanne is a Clinical Psychologist who has been practicing in private practice since 2019 and has a keen interest in providing psychological interventions for chronic pain and trauma. Prior to working in clinical settings, Suzanne worked for 15 years in the occupational rehabilitation industry, assisting people facing work-related mental health issues, injury and trauma and those managing chronic pain. In this field, she led teams of health professionals and oversaw the clinical supervision of many provisional psychologists. Suzanne is interested in how Clinical Psychologists can apply their skills in a wide variety of settings and is passionate about mentoring and supporting the development of new psychologists.


Ms Lea Crisante


Dr Diane Whiting
Diane provides clinical psychology services to individuals who have experienced a severe traumatic brain injury and undertakes clinical research in this area. She is currently leading a randomised controlled trial funded by the icare Foundation, comparing face to face delivery to video conferencing for an ACT intervention with individuals with a TBI.

Previously, Diane was employed in NSW Health for 13 years, finishing as the Principal Psychologist of South Eastern Sydney Local Health District and the Manager of Mindset, a child, youth and family counselling team in Community Health in 2017. Diane also has extensive experience in rehabilitation and worked as a Senior Clinical Psychologist in brain injury rehabilitation where she combined clinical work with research.

Diane has demonstrated a long commitment to the APS joining as a student and being a committee volunteer for more than ten years.

CPD & Rural/Remote Representative

Ms Malinda Guest

Website Editor, Student Representative

Ms Amy Wang
Amy is currently completing her final year of Masters of Clinical Psychology at the University of Technology Sydney, after completing her honours and undergraduate training in psychology with Monash University. She is passionate about advocating for self-care among psychology students and initiating professional networking opportunities to help bridge the transition from students to clinicians. Amy is interested in hearing from students with any feedback, ideas, or queries in their psychology journey. Prior to studying psychology, Amy had a successful career spanning engineering, sales and management positions in the Information and Communications Technology industry.

Student Representative

Mr Daniel Froggatt

Studnet Representative

Mr Isaac Dunn