I have worked at PsychMed since it’s inception in 2005. I am primarily responsible for staff and clinic operations, strategic development and project management. I am passionate about advocating for psychologists and psychology, providing accessible mental health to the public and continuing my father Dr Quentin Black’s work, to ensure that PsychMed is sustainable and that South Australians’ will always have the ability to access quality affordable mental health care. Over the years I have worked on many projects including the development and expansion to Morphett Vale in 2012 and establishing our additional four locations. Recently I have been involved in a number of projects including; the intensive gambling service, Australia’s first cat therapy room, our aged care initiative, and our rural and indigenous MATRIX programs. I study Psychology and Commerce Management part time. My interest in psychology was inspired by my parents who are the owners and founders of PsychMed coupled with a very serious spinal injury I sustained in 2005. Psychology (particularly the principles of positive psychology) has been very important in rehabilitation and pain management. Prior to my work at PsychMed I was fortunate enough to work with Charles Karathanasis in establishing the Psychologists Association SA Branch.