Rita Princi-Hubbard

BPsych(Hons) MPsych(Clin) MAPS FCCLP MIAAN (Cert)

Clinical Psychologist Certified in Applied Neuroscience

Rita is a Psychologist with Clinical Endorsement working with children, adolescents, families, couples and individuals in private practice in Adelaide, South Australia. She also commenced PhD research in 2020 with the University of Queensland undertaking research on the The student teacher relationship: Exploring neuroscience variables that impact upon student wellbeing and learning.

Rita is the Director of the Institute for Neuroscience and Education and has developed the Brain Smart 4 Learning Online Program for early childhood educators.  Rita is an Ambassador with the APS College of Clinical Psychologists, a Senior Clinical Lecturer with the University of Adelaide, a Consultant with the Australian Communication and Media Authority, and maintains accreditation with Burnside Memorial Hospital. She is also a member of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation and a member of The Australasian Neuroscience Society.

In the span of her career, she has held the positions of: Chair, SA APS College of Clinical Psychologists (2012-2014); National Convenor (2004-2008) and National Treasurer (2008-2013) of the APS Child, Adolescent and Family Psychology Interest Group; Executive Member, Australian Council on Children and the Media (2009-2013) and as an Allied Health Member, Podiatry Board of SA (2005-2009).

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Rita is a regular contributor to The Science of Psychotherapy and The Neuropsychotherapist.

Professional Training with Rita

Rita presents on topics that link neurosience, psychology and education. She also holds workshops and consults in the areas of neuroscience, psychology and managing stress, as well as the neuroscience and psychology of well-being in education and other diverse domains.

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