B.Sc., Dip.Ed., Dip.App.Psych., Dip.Hyp., MASH
Sandy Litt is the Director/ Psychologist of Glenelg Psychology, a well-established private psychology practice that provides therapy and hypnotherapy for a broad range of mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD and dissociative disorders. Sandy regularly provides psychological and intellectual assessments, medico-legal reports and expert witness testimony, as well as assessment, diagnosis and treatment to children, teenagers and adults.
He has taught, trained and supervised numerous psychology students/trainees. From 1988 to 2008, Sandy took on two students every two years for supervised experience towards full registration. This took place while also having at least two students each year for minor placements, agency visits and third-year university psychology students on placement.
Sandy has also served as an examiner for a Master of Psychology (Clinical) thesis for the University of South Australia on Dissociative Disorders, as well as being a lecturer in the Diploma of Clinical Hypnotherapy for many years.