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Child Psychology Clinic Illawong  (02) 9541 1177

Child Psychology Clinic Westmead  (02) 9541 1177

About Ms. Azza Brown

Principal Educational & Developmental Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist

Hello! I am Ms. Azza Brown


  • Master of Psychology (Educational & Developmental)
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology
  • Bachelor of science (Psychology)

Services Offered

  • Face to Face & Telehealth consultations
  • Comprehensive Assessments
  • Professional Opinion & Guidance
  • Parent Coaching & Support
  • Intervention & Skills Building
  • School Advocacy
  • Professional Advisory Service

Areas of Expertise

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Attention Deficit Disorders
  • Specific Learning Difficulties
  • Giftedness & Twice exceptional
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Selective Mutism
  • Challenging behaviours 

Therapeutic Modalities

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
  • Interpersonal Therapy
  • Neuropsychotherapy
  • Interpersonal neurobiology
  • Collaborative & Proactive Solutions 

Certification & Specialised Training

  • ADOS-1 & ADOS-2 Clinicial & Research Training
  • Neuropsychotherapy Practitioners Training
  • Cross Battery Assessment Training 
  • Mastery of Neurochemistry of ASD
  • Board Supervisor Training 

Please Contact our Clinic for further Enquiries

(02) 9541 1177

Azza Brown

Ms. Azza Brown, Principal Educational & Developmental Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist

Ms. Azza Brown
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    BSc(Psych), Postgrad Dip (Psych), M. Psych (Ed & Dev Psych) (Clinical) MAPS

    Azza is an Educational and Developmental psychologist, as well as a Clinical Psychologist. 

    Azza is very passionate in providing a range of interventions for children and their families, including individual therapy, groups programs, and designing strategies to enhance learning and social development, and to assist families and school staff in managing difficult behaviours. Throughout her professional practice and working with families over a decade, Azza developed a passion towards assisting children, adolescents and their families by providing quality based services and working in a holistic and collaborative framework with educators, well being teams in educational settings, other allied health and referring agents.

    Azza displays advanced skills in the assessment and treatment of child and adolescent difficulties, including, but not limited to: anxiety, challenging behaviours, Autism Spectrum Disorders, social and emotional concerns, learning disorders, attention deficit disorder, anxiety, selective mutism and other psychological presentations (e.g. anger, defiance, depression etc). She has a special interest and displays advanced skills in the assessment and diagnosis of learning disorders, autism spectrum disorders, intellectual and developmental disorders, having completed the required qualifications for eligibility to administer a number of specific diagnostic instruments. She also has a specific interest in assessing giftedness and supporting "twice exceptional kids" to help them thrive in their learning and social world. 

    Azza's experience and expertise in working with children and their families with a range of disorders is significant and impressive. She has worked in both the public and private sectors, including early intervention centres, schools, clinics and family centres in various regions of Sydney, and has provided a range of services to families from a variety of cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Ms Brown holds a Bachelor of Science (Psychology) from the University of Sydney, a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology from Southern Cross University, and a Master of Psychology (Educational and Developmental Psychology) from the University of Western Sydney. She has also completed the requirements to be endorsed as a clinical psychologist. Since completion of her education, Azza has been very active in advancing her competencies through her professional practice, and through continuing professional development and training. She has also completed Clinical Neuropsychotherapy Practitioner Training and Collaborative Proactive Solutions Training, which she is passionate about utilising when delivering therapy to her clients. 

    Azza Brown is a fully registered psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), and holds AHPRA endorsement as both a Clinical Psychologist and an Educational and Developmental Psychologist. She has previously held the role of Professional Development Coordinator of the NSW College of Educational and developmental Psychology Committee for a duration of 2 years. She was also a board member for a duration of 2 years at Luke Priddis Foundation and had assisted in the development of LPF centre for autism in Penrith. 

    In addition, Azza frequently runs workshops and seminars catered for educators, parents, as well as adolescents in various centres including preschools, schools as well as at other child and family centres. She has also been frequently consulted on certain general and specific topics in the media in relation to child and adolescent mental health and development.

    In her leisure time, Azza likes to spend whatever time is left giving back to the community. Ms. Brown does pro bono work at an aged care centre and meets regularly with directors and educators working in childcare centres and preschools providing guidance regarding child development and education regarding early 'red flags' regards learning and development. She also attends parent and family support groups and meetings when requested providing advice and support to families with children with additional needs.

    Azza is a registered service provider under the Australian Government's Better Outcomes for Mental Health Care Program. She is also a registered service provider of the Australian Government and both the Helping Children with Autism program and Better Start Program. The clinic also provides services under the Psychological Support Services (PSS). In addition, the clinic sees many clients accessing National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Program. 

    Azza mainly works at the Illawong office, but continues to consult at the Westmead office (limited availability) and delivers services across NSW via Telehealth. 

Why ACPC Psychology



ACPC ensures that personal information gathered during provision of psychological services remains confidential and secure



ACPC staff aim to work in a professional manner with individuals, their families, educators and other professionals



ACPC staff ensure that individuals and their families receive the best attention and care throughout service delivery

Support & Guidance

Support & Guidance

ACPC aims to work in a holistic manner providing extensive support to carers, educators, and stakeholders

Comprehensive Assessments

Comprehensive Assessments

ACPC provides Quality & Affordable Assessments which are comprehensive and specific for the individual's needs

Specialised Experience

Specialised Experience

ACPC provides services to suit the development, learning, behaviour, social and emotional wellbeing of each individual.

Please Contact our clinic for a Consultation!
Call: +61 2 9541 1177

Our goal is to ensure your advocacy needs are met through the process of continuous engagement and genuine understanding of your needs