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Tamar is an expert in Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) with children, adolescents and young adults.


Tamar has been employed at a private school as a school psychologist for 19 years, and is highly experienced in conducting cognitive (intelligence) and educational assessments of children, adolescents and adults.

cognitive (intelligence)
Attention Disorders
Learning Difficulties

Supervision & Training

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

Supervision in acceptance & commitment therapy,
School psychology and assessments

Training in Acceptance & commitment therapy for psychologists, teachers & Parents

These Are Some of The Issues Tamar Frequently Treats:

Including phobias and panic attacks.

Including Trichotillomania (hair pulling) and Excoriation Disorder (skin Picking).

Including attention disorders and assistance with study skills.

Including loss of interest in activities and feelings of sadness.

Including difficulties falling asleep and staying asleep.

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

Welcome To Dr Tamar Black

Educational & Developmental Psychologist

Expert in Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, working with children, adolescents, young adults and parents.

Employed as a school psychologist for 19 years, and in private practice for 20 years. 

Extensive experience in assessments, counselling and supervision.


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 Tamar's Book:

“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

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