Michelle Martin

BA (Psych) GDipSocsSc (Child Dev) GDipPsych MPsych (Clin) DipClinHyp

Clinical and Health Psychologist

Michelle has worked as a Psychologist in pain management since 2003. She has experience working with a range of chronic pain conditions, as well as experience helping patients manage acute pain resulting from traumatic injury. She is endorsed in the areas of Clinical Psychology and Health Psychology, and regularly provides training to postgraduate university students and health professionals.

Michelle’s interests include pain management and coping with chronic illness, and she has a special interest in pelvic pain conditions for both women and men, including issues associated with the use of pelvic mesh. Michelle uses a range of psychological approaches including CBT, ACT, mindfulness and hypnosis.

Qualifications

1991 BA (Psych) University of Queensland

1997 GDipSocSc (Child Dev) University of South Australia

1998 GDipPsych University of New England

2001 MPsych (Clin) University of Adelaide

2012 DipClinHyp Australian Society of Hypnosis

Publications & Presentations
Professional Affiliations

Australian Psychological Society (APS)

APS College of Clinical Psychologists

APS College of Health Psychologists

Australian Pain Society

International Association for the Study of Pain

South Australian Society of Hypnosis

School of Psychology, University of Adelaide - Lecturer

School of Psychology, University of South Australia - Lecturer