Dr. Hayley Dohnt (Clinical Psychologist: B.Psych.(Hon.), PhD(Clin.Psyc.), Flinders University; MAPS)
Hayley has a PhD in Clinical Psychology. She is a clinical psychologist with extensive experience in the assessment, treatment and research of sleep disorders across the lifespan. Hayley completed her clinical and research training at Flinders University, including a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in the area of adolescent sleep. Hayley has worked in the Child and Adolescent Sleep Clinic at Flinders University, as well as in the area of child protection, providing assessment and treatment of children and adolescents following trauma and abuse. Hayley has experience in providing supervision to other psychologists and trainee psychologists in their clinical placements and research theses.
Ms. Karina Starkey (Clinical Psychologist: B.Psych.(Hon.), M.Psyc.(Clin.), Flinders University)
Karina is a clinical psychologist and has a strong interest in the assessment and treatment of sleep disorders ranging from infancy through to adulthood. Karina completed her clinical studies at Flinders University of South Australia. Her major research focus was in the area of eating disorder prevention in young girls with type 1 diabetes. Karina has previously worked as a therapist in the Child & Adolescent Sleep Clinic at Flinders University. Through her work in the sleep field, Karina has appeared on Channel 9’s A Current Affair and on the ABC documentary “Whatever! The Science of Teens”. Karina also works as a clinical psychologist with children and young people in the community.