Dr. Carly Reid



Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) – Curtin University


Doctorate of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) – Curtin University


Member of the Australian Psychological Association (APS)


AHPRA accredited supervisor






Biography – Dr. Carly Reid


Carly’s PhD research was on the topic of contemporary parenting practices and she is clinically experienced in working with children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of presenting issues.  She has a special interest in anxiety disorders, such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety, Generalised Anxiety, Health Anxiety, Phobias, andResponses to Trauma. Carly utilises a range of evidence-based psychological interventions, including cognitive-behavioural therapy, to assist her clients with a range of difficulties, including Borderline Personality Disorder and other complex presentations, Chronic Depression, problematic Drug and Alcohol Use, Relationship Issues, and working with Older Adult Clients.






Reid, C. A. Y., Piek, J. P., Roberts, L. D, & Roberts, C. (submitted). Towards a model of contemporary parenting: The Parenting Behaviours and Dimensions Questionnaire. PLOS One.


Jerejian, A. C. M., Reid, C., & Rees, C. S. (2013) The contribution of email volume, email management strategies and propensity to worry in predicting email stress among academics. Computers in Human Behavior, 29, 991-996.


Piek, J. P., Straker, L. M., Jensen, L., Dender, A., Barrett, N. P., McLaren, S., Roberts, C., Reid, C., Rooney, R., Packer, T., Bradbury, G., Elsley, S. (2010). Rationale, design and methods for a randomised and controlled trial to evaluate “Animal Fun” – a program designed to enhance physical and mental health in young children. BMC Pediatrics, 10:78. doi:10.1186/1471-2431-10-78



Conference Presentations


Reid, C. A. Y. (2011). Assessing contemporary parenting dimensions. The 12th European Congress of Psychology. Istanbul, Turkey.


Reid, C. A. Y. (2006). The importance of considering cultural factors in childhood depression and anxiety. 2nd Transcultural Mental Health Conference. Perth, Western Australia.


Reid, C. A. Y. (2006). Predicting internalising symptom outcome: The contributions of ethnic identity, a school-based universal intervention program, and risk and protective factors. (Symposium: Internalising problems in children and adolescents: Prevalence, prediction, and prevention outcomes. Chaired by C. Roberts). 17th World Congress of the International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions. Melbourne, Victoria.