Unit 6/55 Lathlain St, Belconnen
Please note that Dr Connor has returned to her office, but is fully booked for the remainder of 2022 and for the first half of 2023.
Dr Connor opened her books again on October1st, but the number of requests for appointments in 2023 has been so high since that time, that Dr Connor is now already booked fully until the end of July 2023. She is thus unable to receive further requests for appointments or waitlist at this time, given the length of time between booking and appointments.
Please continue to consult the website, however, as an announcement will be made when Dr Connor will be opening up again for new assessment/diagnostic bookings for post August 1 2023.
Please note that Dr Connor is not in a position to accept any more therapy clients - either child or adult - at this time.
[Please note that former clients representing will be accommodated, if possible, using cancellations.]
Dr Pam Connor is a registered psychologist (Registration Number PSY0001407041) in the ACT, specialising in clinical psychology. She holds Full Membership with the Australian Psychology Society (APS), with Full Membership of both the Clinical and Health Colleges of the APS.
Dr Connor has worked in the field of mental health since 1997, in both the public and private sector, with prior experience in counselling and education. She is currently in full-time private practice, having retired from a long public sector career at the end of 2014.
Dr Connor has been in full-time private practice in Belconnen ACT since 2015 although was in private practice (part-time) for 15 years prior to that, alongside public sector work.
Dr Connor holds a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science (Psychology), Masters in Brain and Mind Science (Neuroscience), Masters in Education (Curriculum and Learning), Masters in Education (Counselling), and a Doctor of Health Science (Psychology).
Dr Connor’s public-sector working history spans 46 years, her most relevant employment prior to taking up full-time private practice in 2015 being as Associate Professor (Psychology) at the University of Canberra, 2010-2014.