Michelle Aniftos

michelle2Michelle AniftosMylne Street Mental Health Director

Clinical Psychologist

BSocSc; P.G.DipEd; MEd; MPsych (Clinical); MAPS; CCLIN; GradCertClinNeuroPhys; FANSA; BCN

Michelle is a Clinical Psychologist, Educational Consultant, and Certified Neurofeedback Practitioner.

Michelle Aniftos works in private practice in Toowoomba, Queensland. She has been an active member of the Australian Psychological Society for 10 years (Convener of the NFB & Psychology Interest Group), Applied Neuroscience Society of Australasia (elected Fellow) and the Biofeedback International Certification Alliance – Australia (Secretary, Chair-elect).Michelle has completed Masters degrees in both Education (Special Education, Guidance & Counselling majors) and Psychology (Clinical) and has post-graduate certification in Clinical Neurophysiology. Michelle has completed advanced training to deliver EEG assessments (qEEG & ERPs) and biofeedback therapy in clinical settings.

With 25 years of experience in education, Michelle has specialist health and education skills for working with children and youth with a variety of social-emotional, behavioural and learning challenges.

For over 10 years, Michelle has specialised in psychological practices and has developed her skills to work with children and adults across the lifespan. In addition to clinical practice, Michelle is well regarded as a consultant and senior educator with experience as a university lecturer and consultant providing professional training and supervision to educators, health professionals. Michelle has been awarded a role as Adjunct Lecturer for the Psychology Department of the University of Southern Queensland.

Michelle offers assessment services including:

– mental health & disorder

– Quantitative EEG Analysis

– Intellectual and Academic Abilities (3 years to 90 years)

– Functional Living Skills.

Michelle offers a range of therapies such as cognitive and behaviour, acceptance and commitment, interpersonal and neurofeedback.  Clients may be eligible for funding support via: Better Start for Children with Disability; Helping Children with Autism; DVA (Veteran’s Affairs), Better Outcomes (ATAPS), and Better Access Programs.