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Dr Robert Fisher is the Head of the Department of Psychiatry at St Vincent’s Clinic and St Vincent’s Private Hospital. Dr Fisher is also a consultant to the Medical Board of New South Wales and psychiatric advisor to the Law Society and the NSW Bar Association. His areas of special interest include mood disorders, anorexia and bulimia nervosa, chronic pain, psychological complications of medical illnesses, marital and family therapy, and forensic psychiatry especially medical negligence and pain related worker’s compensation.
Dr Greg McLean’s expertise is in the treatment of adults and the elderly in the areas of depression and anxiety disorders, bipolar mood disorders and schizophrenia.
Dr Dal Retallack has had tertiary training in general adult psychiatry; psychoanalytic psychotherapy; cognitive behavioural therapy, medical hypnosis and in family group therapy. He has been in practice since 1974 and for 25 years was a clinical teacher in psychiatry at University of NSW Faculty of Medicine and a VMO at St George Hospital. He now works part-time and sees only outpatients and inpatients admitted by physicians or surgeons to St Vincent’s Private Hospital where he is a VMO in a consultation liaison capacity. His other interests include psychological pain management, hypnosis and the psychosocial rehabilitation of persons who have suffered from severe chronic physical and mental illnesses.
Dr Deepinder Miller is an adult generalist psychiatrist who treats adults and late adolescents who suffer from mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic illness and drug and alcohol misuse. She also works in the area of family therapy, forensic psychiatry and medicolegal report writing (civil). Dr Miller has a special interest in the psychological impact of prostate cancer.