BSc (Psych), MA Psych (Clin)
Brendon Knott is a Clinical Psychologist with over 19 years’ experience working with a broad range of complex psychological difficulties including depression, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, trauma, grief, adjustment and interpersonal issues, chronic health issues and many others. Brendon works from a functional contextual perspective, using mindfulness-based cognitive-behavioural therapies, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Brendon is also an experienced trainer and lecturer, and offers workshops and clinical resources for clinicians through his website (Contextual Interventions). He has lectured at Macquarie University, and currently presents lectures on ACT and Functional Contextual Therapies to both undergraduate and postgraduate Psychology students at the University of Newcastle. Brendon is locally recognised as an expert in ACT, and provides advanced training workshops to Psychologists and other health professionals in Newcastle, Sydney and rural New South Wales. Brendon also provides clinical supervision to Psychologists, and these services are currently available upon request.