152 Glebe Point Road, Glebe, 2037, NSW
NOTE: This page is out of date as Fjola has now moved to the UK to work at the University of Oxford. Please visit her latest project AI-Therapy: an online treatment program to overcome your social anxiety.
Fjola Dogg Helgadottir is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society's Clinical College, which is the highest standard for clinical psychology practice in Australia. Furthermore, she is registered with Medicare.
Fjola has practiced evidence-based clinical psychology in Glebe, Sydney, Australia. She has extensive experience in both clinical practice and clinical research (see "Fjola & Publications" on this website). Fjola has now moved overseas, and is therefore not taking new clients. However, she will be providing services through the internet in the meanwhile on www.CBTpsych.com
Fjola has specialised in a variety of psychological fields. These include, but are not limited to:
All ages: adults, teenagers and children
- Anxiety disorders: social phobia, stuttering related anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), performance anxiety, all specific phobias (flight, insect, elevator, etc.), Trauma ASD/PTSD
Depression and Dysthymia
- Marital/couple's therapy
- Physical health related problems (in particular chronic pain, etc.)
- Grief counseling (in particular in relation to cancer)
Fjola has been invited to deliver guest lectures on psychopathology at the University of Sydney where she has submitted her PhD. She has presented her clinical psychology research at high level conferences globally and domestically. She has published both journal articles, and presented material to the media. Through her active research, she keeps up to date with state-of-the art techniques in the field of clinical psychology.
Fjola's unique approach to clinical psychology service is her advanced knowledge of using technology to reach a wider audience over the Internet. This is particularly beneficial to those who do not have physical access to psychological service. Therefore, people in rural areas who need psychological consultation should contact her to seek therapy over the Internet using face-to-face online technology (Skype etc).
Fjola is a dual citizen (Icelandic/Australian) and has travelled widely around the world, therefore has a deep understanding of multicultural issues. She has visited over 200 cities in 40 countries. Furthermore, she speaks English and Icelandic fluently and speaks basic Danish.