Dr. Haider is a Clinical Psychologist, and Clinical Psychologist Supervisor registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulatory Authority and Psychology Board of Australia (ID: PSY000189619). She holds membership with the Australian Psychological Society and the College of Clinical Psychologists, Australia (ID: 167694). She has over 12 years of experience working within the New South Wales (NSW) mental health facilities, ranging from a private hospital, community mental health services, private practice, tertiary psychological services and corporates.
Dr. Haider has worked as a health researcher in New South Wales, Australia, evaluating and improving the psychologist use of evidence-based practice and its impact on patients in compensable settings. Her findings have been presented to the NSW government and published in peer-reviewed journals.
- Clark, L., Hudson, J., and Haider, T. (2020). Anxiety Specific Mental Health Stigma and Help-Seeking in Adolescent Males. Journal of Child and Family Studies. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10826-019-01686-0
- Haider, T., Dunstan, D., & Bhullar, N. (2018). Psychologist’s application of clinical guidelines and recommended protocols & procedures within State Insurance Regulatory Authority insurance frameworks: Outcomes for injured patients with musculoskeletal injuries. Australian Psychlogist.doi:10.1111/ap.12354
- Haider, T. and Dunstan, D. (2019). Barriers to psychologist’s adherence to evidence based practice guidelines for treating musculoskeletal injuries within the State Insurance Regulatory Authority Insurance Frameworks. International Journal of Disability Management. doi:10.1017/idm.2019.2
- Haider, T. and Dunstan, D. (2019). Understanding the Barriers Impacting Psychologists’ Adherence to Evidence-Based Treatment Guidelines from a Stakeholder Standpoint. Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Counselling. doi: 10.1017/jrc.2019.12
- Haider, T., Dunstan, D., & Bhullar, N. (2019). Improving Psychologists Adherence to Evidence Based Practice Guidelines for Treating Musculoskeletal Injuries: Feasibility Evaluation. Australian Psychologist. doi: 10.1111/ap.12395.
Technical Report (Submitted to NSW Government)
- Dunstan, D.A. and Haider, T. (2016). Assessing the Impact of the Psychologists and
Counsellors’ Guide to WorkCover NSW. Armidale, NSW: University of New England. Retrieved from
- Haider, T. (2018). Evidence-based practice used by psychologists within the Motor Accident Insurance Regulation/State Insurance Regulatory Authority. Presented at State Insurance Regulatory Authority, NSW Government, Sydney, Australia.
- Haider, T., & Dunstan, D. (2016, October). Does a regulatory framework for psychologists practice improve the outcomes for injured workers with low back pain and the practice of treating psychologists? Paper presented at Personal Injury and Disability Management Conference, Sydney, Australia.
- Haider, T., & Dunstan, D. (2016, September). Does a regulatory framework for psychologists practice improve the outcomes for injured workers with low back pain and the practice of treating psychologists? Paper presented at the Fourth Work Disability Prevention and Integration Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Abstract retrieved from http://www.wdpi2016.org/images/WDPI_Science-programme-2016-LR2.pdf
- Haider, T., & Dunstan, D. (2016, August). Does a regulatory framework for psychologists practice improve the outcomes for injured workers with low back pain and the practice of treating psychologists? Poster session presented at the 2016 Australian Psychological Society Congress, Melbourne, Australia. Abstract retrieved from https://events.psychology.org.au/ei/speakers/2016APSCongress_AbstractBook.PDF