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Living with ADHD can be challenging, but Dr Daliya Greenfeld offers affordable assessments and interventions for clients across the lifespan. With a multi-modal approach that includes education for parents and children, Daliya's intervention is tailored to suit the needs of each individual. Get the support you need to manage ADHD and thrive!"

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Dr Daliya Greenfeld Psychologist 

Daliya Greenfeld is a highly qualified psychologist offering counselling and assessment services to those in need. With years of experience and a passion for helping others, Daliya provides personalized support to help clients achieve their goals. Her approach is compassionate, evidence-based, and tailored to each individual's unique circumstances. Trust Daliya to help you improve your mental health and well-being today.

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Services offered


Counseling can provide a safe and non-judgmental space to explore life challenges and relationship issues. Talking with a professional can offer support and guidance to help navigate difficult situations and improve overall well-being.

Therapeutic interventions 

Dr. Daliya Greenfeld offers evidence-based assessments for individuals experiencing various mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety, Borderline Personality Disorder, and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. With these evaluations, she can develop personalized treatment plans that are tailored to each's unique needs and circumstances. Among the therapeutic approaches Daliya uses are Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy, elements from Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Motivational interviewing and Narrative Therapy. 



Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder that can pose challenges throughout one's life. Daliya offers a neuro affirmative approach that involves a qualitative interview and several questionnaires for diagnosis. In addition to the assessment, ongoing management and support are available to help improve social skills, regulate emotions, and advocate for accommodations in work and study settings.

Assessment and coaching

ADHD is a disorder that can affect individuals across the lifespan.

It is characterized by inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity. As a chronic neurodevelopmental disorder, if unmanaged, ADHD can adversely impact the individual's function at work, school, home and social relationships.

Psychologists can support the client with the following:

  • Diagnostic and functional assessment

  • Optimisation of cognitive performance

  • Academic and career coaching

  • Improve interpersonal communication

  • Counselling and trauma work 

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Intake form: emailed before the first session 


Step 1:  Structured clinical interview with client and with a family member (or someone who knew you since early childhood).  Takes about 90 minutes to conduct.


Step 2: Psychometrics and collateral data

Includes behavioural rating scales (for the client and family member- a parent, partner and a teacher (with children and adolescents), school reports, and previous psychological reports if you have had any previous assessments.  


Step 3: Assessment review – done by the psychologist remotely 


Step 5: Feedback session with provision of report.


Cost: $ 1000 (costs are NOT covered by private insurance or Medicare and therefore are all out of pocket).


Women and girls may have different symptoms when presenting with possible undiagnosed ADHD. In contrast to men and boys suspected of having ADHD, often presenting with externalising symptoms (e.g., impulsivity, hyperactivity), girls and women may present with internalising symptoms (e.g., inattention, low mood, and anxiety) (Quin & Madhoo, 2014). Teachers and parents, who are often the first to question whether the child has ADHD, sometimes miss this subtle presentation of ADHD in girls. At times, school reports of these girls provide feedback saying: “She has a lot of potential; she needs to apply herself better.”
Without further assessment, these symptoms can continue to persist across the lifespan and have a significant impact on interpersonal relationships and careers. Quite often, undiagnosed ADHD presents with severe functional impairment when the client, takes on tertiary education, becomes a parent, or takes on a demanding role at work (Fedele et al., 2012). At these times, women often present with low self-esteem and performance anxiety (Quin & Wigal, 2004).
Sometimes a missed diagnosis of ADHD in women and girls happens when anxiety or depression become the main presentation. Differential diagnosis should play a role, particularly when anxiety or depression are resistant to treatment. Developing greater awareness of the presentation of ADHD in girls and women is paramount for healthcare professionals to provide diagnosis and refer to management and support.

Fedele, D. A., Lefler, E. K., Hartung, C. M., & Canu, W. H. (2012). Sex differences in the manifestation of ADHD in emerging adults. Journal of Attention Disorders, 16(2), 109-117.
Quinn, P. O., & Madhoo, M. (2014). A review of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in women and girls: uncovering this hidden diagnosis. The primary care companion for CNS disorders, 16(3), 27250.
Quinn, P., & Wigal, S. (2004). Perceptions of girls and ADHD: results from a national survey. Medscape general medicine, 6(2).


Living alongside past trauma: Lived experiences
of Australian grandchildren of Holocaust survivors

Family Relations 2023-07 DOI: 10.1111/fare.12737

Authors: Daliya Greenfeld; Andrea Reupert; Nicky Jacobs

The Experiences of Australian School Mental Health
Professionals during COVID-19 Lockdowns

Children; 2023-07-01 DOI: 10.3390/children10071157

Authors: Emily Berger; Grace Mackie; Andrea Reupert; Daliya Greenfeld; Kelly-Ann Allen; Fiona May; Gerald Wurf; Dianne Summers; Zoe Morris

COVID-19 and Australian school psychology: Qualitative perspectives for
enhancing future practice

 School Psychology International

2022-06 DOI: 10.1177/01430343221091953

CONTRIBUTORS: Andrea Reupert; Daliya Greenfeld; Fiona May; Emily Berger; Zoe A. Morris; Kelly-Ann Allen; Dianne Summers; Gerald Wurf

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