Tamar has extensive experience using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) with children, teenagers and young adults.

Tamar is a passionate and enthusiastic supervisor and trainer, who supervises provisional, early-career and experienced psychologists.

Supervision in:

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
School psychology

Training For:
Professionals working with young people,
teachers & Parents

These Are Some of The Issues Tamar Frequently Treats:

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Anxiety Disorders

Including generalized anxiety, separation anxiety, specific phobia, social anxiety, panic disorder and agoraphobia.

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorders

Including Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Trichotillomania (hair pulling) and Excoriation Disorder (skin picking).

Concentration Difficulties

Including attention disorders and assistance with study skills.


Including loss of interest in activities and feelings of sadness.

Sleep Difficulties

Including difficulties falling asleep and staying asleep.


Including separation anxiety, children’s sleep difficulties, bed wetting and toilet training.

Online Consultation

Tamar is available for online consultation.

If you have a mental health care plan from a GP, or referral from a psychiatrist or paediatrician, you can obtain a rebate from Medicare, or you may be able to claim from your private health insurance fund.

What The Creator of ACT Says About ACT FOR TREATING CHILDREN:

“A beautifully written and comprehensive book that addresses every aspect of the use of ACT methods with children. In addition to putting forth a treasure trove of new materials and new ideas, I love how it builds out classic ACT methods in ways that are thoroughly age appropriate and yet recognizable, so that practitioners can follow Tamar's lead and begin to apply other things they may know about ACT in creative new ways as well. A transformational book that every practitioner who works with children should have at arm's reach.”
Steven C. hayes, PhD
Professor, University of Nevada, Reno

What The Creator of ACT Says About

“An awesome book specifically tailored for children ages eight to twelve. Through relatable stories, this workbook offers simple, practical activities that will help kids navigate their worry, sadness, anger, and other intense emotions. Whether used independently or alongside a parent or therapist, the exercises are a transformative tool to empower kids to deal with their thoughts and feelings with greater awareness, effectiveness, and self-kindness. Bravo to Tamar for providing a gift that promises to contribute throughout the course of the developmental period and beyond.”
Steven C. hayes, PhD
Professor, University of Nevada, Reno

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