Committee Information

The following members of the APS Branch Committee have been elected by APS members in a particular geographical area. Please feel free to contact the  Branch Committee members with any queries or suggestions about the activities and events which they organise for all APS members in this area.


Mr Daniel Hayes
Born and raised in Wagga Wagga I completed my undergraduate and honours at CSU Wagga Wagga in 2002. After completing the 4+2 pathway while working at Junee Correctional Centre I relocated to Griffith as the Adolescent Psychologist for the then named Murrumbidgee Division of General Practice. I moved back to Wagga in 2007 to be close to my yet-to-be-born daughter where I worked at CSU as the Student Counsellor before moving to the now Murrumbidgee Primary Health Network. Outside of work I love watching movies, hanging out with my kid, watching the mighty Hawks, and being on Wagga Council.


Ms Pamela McDonald
Pamela completed her undergraduate degree at the University of New South Wales studying B.Science (Hons Psychology) & B. Arts (Major Sociology). Following the completion of her undergraduate degree, she commenced work as a research assistant at the Traumatic Stress Clinic, conducting post and follow assessments with clients of various presentations (i.e., PTSD, Complex PTSD, Depression, Social Anxiety, Panic Disorder, & GAD). Additionally, Pamela also worked with children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder using ABA therapy on the weekend.
In 2014, Pamela commenced her postgraduate degree in Masters of Clinical Psychology at the University of Newcastle. Pamela has since returned to Wagga, currently working for MLHD in mental health as a clinical psychologist registrar. Pamela is passionate about research and mental health, in particular, eating disorders and trauma.
Her other interests include volunteer work, nature, and public speaking.


Position vacant

Committee Member

Mr Curtis Madeley

Committee Member

Mrs Anne Egan
Born and raised in Wagga Wagga. I completed my Undergraduate Degree and Diploma of Teaching at University of New England. Following a stint of casual teaching I returned to study to get postgraduate qualifications in Special Education. Following this I taught for 10 years (5 as Assistant Principal Support) in the support Unit at Tolland Public School. I then retrained as a school counsellor in 2005/2006 gaining postgraduate Psychology qualifications and providing service to Schools across the District. I became fully registered in 2009 and completed training to become a Supervisor in 2014.
After many years working for the NSW Dept of Education I am currently employed by Kurrajong Waratah as a psychologist in their Early Intervention Service. Supporting families of children with disabilities 0-5 years.
I am happily married with three children and enjoy spending quality time with family and friends. Other interests include:- bushwalking/trekking, travel and the beach.

Committee Member

Dr Katrina Leonard