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Megan is a warm and genuine therapist with a special interest in the neurodivergent space. Megan is passionate about delivering a welcoming, accessible, and comfortable therapy experience and encourages individuals to present as their authentic selves.


• Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
• Honours Degree in Psychology


Megan as a practising psychologist, is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). As a psychologist in clinical practice, Megan adheres to the professional codes of the Australian Psychological Society and Psychologists Registration Board of Victoria.


• AHPRA Registration Number: PSY0002402788
• Member of the Australian Psychological Society
• Member of the Australian Association of Psychologists Inc

Therapeutic Approach

Megan believes in a collaborative approach to therapy and works with the client to identify and achieve their goals. Megan believes in the importance of collaborating with other significant parties in the client’s life, including schools, workplaces, and family members, to help them build their capacity and develop skills to support the client.


Megan believes that rapport building is an integral part of therapy success, as building strong relationship fosters trust and comfort. Megan is non-judgemental and works hard to ensure clients feel comfortable in being their authentic selves. Megan ensures she understands the uniqueness of each person and their support needs and challenges and tailors her approach to therapy according to the client’s individual needs.


Megan uses neurodiversity-affirming approaches to support individuals with autism and ADHD and their families to build their capacity and manage their support needs.

Experience and Interests

Megan has a special interest in autism assessment and diagnosis within our Melbourne Psychology Practice. She has extensive experience providing psychological support and interventions to clients across the lifespan. Specifically, Megan has worked in special school settings for children and in supporting families, as well as in educational settings. Megan has developed a keen interest in developing training for teachers and care teams.

Megan has the experience and particular interest in working with female (including trans female, those assigned female at birth, and non-binary) individuals with autism. Megan has a special interest in autism assessment and diagnosis within our Melbourne Psychology Practice.

Megan has also worked in the transgender and LGBTQI+ space and is interested in continuing work with this client group.

Megan’s areas of expertise:

Megan believes in a holistic approach to health care. She works with other health professionals, including Occupational Therapists, Behaviour Support Practitioners, Doctors and Social Workers, on her client’s support team to provide the best care possible for her clients.

The areas in which Megan Tomlinson often supports clients with include:

• Anxiety
Adjustment disorders
Depression and other mood disorders
• Personality disorders (including borderline personality disorder)
Stress management and burnout
Autism Spectrum Disorder – supporting individuals diagnosed and their families and carers
Autism Assessments
• LGBTQI+ supports
• Behavioural challenges (using principles of positive behaviour support)
Emotional difficulties (emotion dysregulation)
Individual relationship issues

Megan Tomlinson is also an experienced psychologist who has a special interest in working with individuals with cognitive and developmental disabilities, both in children and adults, with a focus on goal setting and improving daily function under the NDIS. Megan has worked with individuals with co-diagnosis within the disability space, including obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety disorders, and major depressive disorder.


Megan’s therapeutic approach draws on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), as well as Short-term and Solution-Focused Therapy.


Megan Tomlinson has more recently completed the ADHD-informed practice in psychology, to further support her knowledge of working in the neurodiversity space. She also completed professional development in working with transgender individuals and what challenges individuals may face.

Personal Strengths and Passions

Megan is passionate about video games, outdoor activities, pets (Meg has two cats, Elvis and Pepsi Max), food and travel.


Megan is a valuable member of the team at Positive Wellbeing Psychology, delivering psychological support to clients all across Australia, both rural and metro, Online via video or phone consultations (also known as telehealth).

Make An Appointment

Telehealth appointments available with psychologist Megan during the day on and after-hours on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.

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Our team of psychologists hold full registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and adhere to ethical guidelines as mandated by the Psychologists Registration Board and Australian Psychological Society. Our clinical practice is grounded in evidence-based treatment approaches, ensuring comprehensive for a range of presentations and struggles.