Dr Belinda Siew Luan Khong
Consulting Psychologist

Dr Khong is a registered practising psychologist and a fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA), and a fellow of the College of Counselling Psychologists of the Australian Psychological Society. She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society(APS).  She counsels individuals and families on a range of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, stress management, relationships, communication skills, work-life balance and personal growth. Dr Khong also works with families on cultivating mindful parenting skills. She integrates Western and Eastern approaches to psychology and well-being in her practice. Dr Khong also lectures at the Department of Psychology, Macquarie University, Sydney, and is an adjunct fellow at the University.



She gives talks and conducts training workshops/programs and individual sessions on meditation, mindfulness practice and stress management for organisations, professionals and members of the public in Australia and overseas. Dr Khong is a director of The Stress Reduction Centre in Australia Ltd.

Response to Clinical Psychs gravely concerned over pretenders' standards

The hospital and agedcare online edition posted the above mentioned article on their website. The article incorporated a letter written by Dr Judy Hyde, the president of the Australian Clinical Association (ACPA), to the former Federal Health Minister, Tanya Plibersek. The article and letter contained a number of misleading and unfounded allegations made by Dr Hyde regarding the conclusion reached by the NSW Deputy State Coroner, Mr Malcolm MacPherson, in relation to my former client, Charmaine Dragun's suicide in 2007; my status as a member of the Australian Psychological Association (APS), and my practice as a counselling psychologist

To read my response to the allegations in the article and letter... click here.  

An article on The Coroner's Inquest Into an Australian Television Anchorwoman's suicide: Implications for Clinical Practice and Suicide Prevention is published in The Humanistic Psychologist (2017), Vol 45 (1) pp. 23-48. For further details, please see the Research/ Publication page on my website. If you are interested in this article, please email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..