Natalie Phillips

Honorary Associate
The University of Sydney
Research Fellow
The Hospital for Sick Children

Sydney, NSW

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Biography

Dr Natalie Phillips has a Doctor of Clinical Psychology and PhD from The University of Sydney. Currently, she holds a Research Fellow position at The Hospital for Sick Children, Canada, and an Honorary Associate affiliation with The University of Sydney, Australia. She utilises her clinical training and research expertise to investigate psychosocial, behavioral, and cognitive outcomes in children with neurological and neurodevelopmental conditions. Currently, she is investigating mood and cognition following surgery in children with treatment resistant epilepsy. Other projects include, but are not limited to, rehabilitation of working memory and treatment of sleep disturbances in children with traumatic brain injury. Dr Phillips has presented at several international conferences: International Conference On Memory, International Conference for Cognitive Neuroscience, International Conference on Pediatric Acquired Brain Injury, Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Special Interest Group of the World Federation for NeuroRehabilitation Conference, International Conference on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, and the European Congress on Violence in Clinical Psychiatry. She has given invited talks at the national (e.g., Keynote talk at the 14th NSW Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program Forum, Australia) and international level (Plenary talk at the International Conference on Pediatric Acquired Brain Injury, UK). She peer-reviews for international psychiatric and neuropsychology journals and is actively involved in supervision of Master of Clinical Psychology and PhD student research projects.