Tahlia Ricciardi is a Research Officer in UNSW School of Psychiatry.
Tahlia Ricciardi is a member of Professor Gordon Parker’s research team, with a focus on the assessment, aetiology and treatment of mood disorders (depression and bipolar disorders). She is currently involved in a project comparing mood stabilising medications as maintenance treatment for Bipolar II Disorder. Previously she has written a book chapter on personality styles associated with Bipolar II Disorder, as well as investigated the prevalence of common mental health issues among Year 11 and 12 students.
Tahlia also holds a Master of Clinical Psychology from Macquarie University and practices clinically as a psychologist in St Vincent’s Private Hospital. Tahlia has gained clinical and therapeutic experience across private clinics, community mental health services, and secondary schools. Tahlia has a particular interest in working with adolescents and young adults, incorporating a holistic and relational approach to her therapeutic work.