Adjunct Professor (UTS) Tuly Rosenfeld MBBS FAAG FRACPConjoint Associate Professor UNSW
Associate Professor Rosenfeld is an accomplished clinician with over 30 years of experience in geriatric medicine and aged care rehabilitation.
He graduated from the University of Sydney in 1978 and obtained the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Physicians in 1984 in Specialty Geriatric Medicine. He is a Conjoint Associate Professor at the University of New South Wales involved in student teaching, training and research.
Professor Rosenfeld is passionate about providing the best possible clinical services for older people and his focus is on connecting services and providing information and support to families and carers. He will communicate and work with your GP.
Adjunct Assoc Professor University of Notre Dame, Sydney ; Adjunct Professor, University of Technology, Sydney.
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Ms Milena Katz BSc(Nutrition)(Hons 1) BTeach, APD AN
Dr Daniela Meinrath MBBS PHD Vestibular Physiotherapist
Dr Tasha Kvelde Senior Psychologist
Ms Frances Jones Clinical Hypnotherapist and Psychotherapist
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Ms Jodi Lonstein Psychotherapist and Counselor
Ms Agnes Rappaport B.A.(Hons), M.Psychology, MAPS, FCCLPSenior Clinical Psychologist
Ms Lynne Moore Senior Physiotherapist
Dr Ajeet Sidhu FRACP, M.D. (Pharmacology), M.B.B.S.Geriatrician and Pharmacologist
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Dr Ted Tsai MB BS/BSci/BA, FRACP, GCertEduRheumatologist
Dr Simon Chalkley MBBS PHD FRACP Specialist Geriatrician
Dr David Skalicky Specialist Rehabilitation
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Dr Janet Baker L.A.C.S.T., M.SC., PhD Speech Pathologist
Adjunct Associate Professor Jan Baker is a speech pathologist and family therapist with post-graduate qualifications in psychotherapy. Throughout her practice of over 30 years, Jan’s teaching, clinical work and research interests have been focused upon the differential diagnosis and management of organic and functional disorders in adolescents and adults, with recognised specialist knowledge and skills in the area of Psychogenic Voice Disorders. She has also worked extensively with professional voice users such as teachers, actors and singers, and in her capacity as a mezzo-soprano, she has particularly enjoyed performing in the recital and oratorio repertoire.
Jan has lead the field in advocating for the integration of counselling across the full range of communication disorders, and in seeking to understand the psychosocial processes involved in the therapeutic relationship. In her current private practice, now newly based in Sydney, Jan offers services as Consultant in Voice and Counselling for individuals and their families with Acute or Progressive Neurological Disorders including Dementia. She welcomes requests for Second Opinion from Speech Pathologists, Otolaryngologists and other medical specialists, and over the last 5 years Jan has become passionate about offering Relational Supervision of Professional Practice for Speech Pathologists and allied health practitioners. Her book, Psychosocial Perspectives on the Management of Voice Disorders has recently been published in the UK by Compton Publishing (2017) and is also available through Pro-Ed Australia.