Camelia Wilkinson is an endorsed educational and developmental psychologist with more than two decades of professional experience. She is a Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society (FAPS), a Fellow of the College of Educational and Developmental Psychology (FCEDP), and a Board-approved supervisor with the Psychological Board of Australia (PsyBA).
Camelia has expertise in providing psychological services to individuals across the lifespan, including working with clients and their families in relation to mental illness, disability, specific learning difficulties (SLD), and neurodevelopmental conditions (autism, ADHD).
Camelia has been heavily involved in the professional training of educational and developmental psychologists over the years working into the Masters and Doctoral programs at the University of Melbourne and Australian Catholic University.
Camelia is currently completing her PhD at Swinburne University.
Camelia has held a number of leadership roles as a psychologist and is the current Chair of the Australian Psychological Society College of Educational and Developmental Psychology and Chair of the National Committee.
Camelia is passionate about the discipline and profession of psychology and is a strong advocate for the role of educational and developmental psychologists in providing psychological services pertaining to learning, development, and mental health across the lifespan.