Virigina Williams | NALA
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Virigina Williams

Clinical Psychologist
Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology)
Post Graduate Diploma Psychology
Bachelor of Science (Psychology)
Bachelor of Policing
Cert IV Project Management


  • Transformational change
  • Early intervention
  • Perinatal mental health
  • Strengths based, trauma informed services
  • Person centred, neuro-affirming diagnostic assessments


Chowder Bay, Mosman

About Virginia

Virginia is a clinical psychologist, transformational coach, applied researcher and Board-approved supervisor of mental health professionals. Her most important job is mum of three young adult sons. Prior to her current work Virginia was a Sergeant in the NSW Police, and an educator with Charles Sturt University, University of Wollongong, the Graduate School of Medicine and the Sydney Business School in the areas of wellbeing, leadership, mental health, post-graduate psychology and psychiatry.


Virginia has worked in perinatal mental health, as a university lecturer, and established a large and novel child, teen and family service in the Illawarra that delivered strengths-based, trauma informed services to over 500 families. She is familiar with CBT, Interpersonal Therapy, Family-Based Attachment Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and sensorimotor approaches.


Virginia’s current specialties within the Nala team include the provision of person centred, neuro-affirming diagnostic assessment including the development of novel assessment tools and reporting systems. Virginia is also taking a lead in the supervision of emerging psychologists and experienced clinicians wishing to broaden their horizons in terms of working in transformational ways. In addition to conducting and supervising assessments, Virginia is currently taking new clients interested in transformational change and ready to unlock their personal potential through individual, small group and “buddy system” based workshops.


Virginia is a published author in the areas of values-based behavioural change, transfer of training, and early intervention mental health for children and adolescents. Her driving passion is to help others unlock and realise their true potential, which for many involves righting cycles of disadvantage.

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