Forensic Psychology

Shona has more than 30 years of experience in working with those whose lives have been impacted by crime. She has worked extensively with those who have experienced abuse or who have been subjected to violent or sexual crimes and those who have perpetrated such offences. She has also supported extended family members, support workers, and teachers and other professionals who wish to make their households, schools and communities safer. Shona has written many formal reports to courts, tribunals or other statutory bodies to advise on managing risk and rehabilitation.



Clinical Psychology

Shona  sees young people, adults and seniors who are navigating significant changes or troubling times in their lives. She works with diagnosed mental health issues that include anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and self-harm. She also works with those who are having trouble managing difficult people or getting along with others. Shona Innes Psychology provides a consultation and treatment both privately and those referred under a Mental Health Care Plan.



Professional Supervision

As an experienced registered supervisor, Shona Innes provides supervision for provisional psychologists, masters, doctoral and bridging students in forensic and clinical psychology, clinical and forensic interns, and peer consultations for psychologist or other professionals wishing to reflect on, support and grow their practice in line with the professional development goals.


Shona Innes Psychology

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Shona Innes Psychology provides forensic and clinical psychology services to justice, community and health agencies tasked with the assessment, treatment and management of young people and adults at risk to themselves or others.


About Shona Innes

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A nationally recognised forensic and clinical psychologist, consultant, peer supervisor, speaker and workshop presenter, author and media commentator for mental health issues, Shona Innes is known for helping troubled children, young people and their carers.


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