Dr Anastasia Hronis
Clinical Psychologist, Founder of the Australian Institute for Human Wellness, Mental Health Advocate, Lecturer, Researcher and Concert Pianist
Dr Anastasia Hronis is a clinical psychologist and founder of the Australian Institute for Human Wellness, an organisation dedicated to meeting the growing need for innovation in supporting mental health and wellbeing.
Services include individual and group therapy, seminars for workplaces, school based interventions and psychology informed consultancy services.
Dr Anastasia is also a lecturer and research supervisor to the Master of Clinical Psychology students at the University of Technology Sydney, and guest lecturer at the University of Sydney. She conducts and supervises research in the areas of mental health, addictions, disability and group therapy.
Anastasia is an advocate for stepped care models of interventions in mental healthcare, and works to deliver not only reactive mental health services but also services which are proactive and preventative.
These include interventions ranging from prevention, low intensity services, and acute care needs. Anastasia also advocates for further collaboration across services and sectors, to work collectively to provide best quality evidence-based care for individuals and communities.
Anastasia is also a concert pianist. She has performed around Australia and the world, and has won numerous national and international awards. She has been awarded her Associate Diploma in Music (AMusA) and Licentiate Diploma in Music (LMusA) in piano. She has performed multiple times as a soloist at the Sydney Opera House, with her most notable solo performance being at Carnegie Hall, New York.