Associate Prof. Elizabeth Scott

Assoc. Professor Elizabeth Scott is a consultant psychiatrist and consults at Mind Plasticity on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Liz has considerable clinical expertise in the assessment and management of patients with depression and anxiety disorders and works across the lifespan with adolescents, young people and adults.

Liz has worked as a consultant psychiatrist across a variety of settings including the Mood Disorders Unit at Prince Henry Hospital, St George Hospital and Community Health Services. She has had extensive experience in developing and evaluating comprehensive assessment and management programs for young people with mental health problems through work with the BMRI and the new National Youth Mental Health Foundation (‘headspace’) programs in the South West of Sydney. She also has a long record of research activity commencing as a medical student and continuing throughout her medical career.

Liz is appointed to the School of Medicine at the University of Notre Dame, Sydney and also consults at St Vincents Private Hospital and the Brain & Mind Centre (BMC) as well as holding a position as Conjoint Lecturer at the School of Medical Sciences, University of Sydney. She is a Discipline Leader, Young Adult Mental Health, St Vincent’s Hospital School of Medicine Sydney, and the Director of the Young Adult Mental Health Unit, St Vincent’s Hospital Darlinghurst.


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