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Dr Anne-Marie Rees

MBBS (Hons), MBBS, FRANZCP, DRANZCOG, MSc

  • Member of NSW Section of Forensic Psychiatry, Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists.
  • Member of Section of Liaison Psychiatry, Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists.
  • Member of The Marce Society (Perinatal mental health)
  • NSW WorkCover– Trained Medical Specialist Assessor of Permanent Impairment.
  • NSW Motor Accident Authority– Trained Medical Assessor of Permanent Impairment.
  • Comcare– Trained Medical Assessor of Permanent Impairment.
  • Consultant PsychiatristVisiting Medical Officer- The Sydney Clinic, Bronte, Sydney.
  • Consultant Psychiatrist, The Black Dog Institute, Randwick, Sydney.

Dr Anne-Marie Rees graduated with honours in Medicine in 1994 (University of London). She then migrated to Australia and completed her postgraduate training in Psychiatry at The Prince of Wales Hospital,  Sydney. She became a Fellow of The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists in 2004.  Dr Rees has been the recipient of several research fellowship awards in psychiatry and has worked in research and clinical areas at The Black Dog Institute and the University of New South Wales over the last 10 years and has gained considerable experience in the areas of mood disorders (includes depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders and personality issues) and  women’s mental health.

Over the last 8 years, Dr Rees has been engaged in a busy private adult psychiatric practice. As part of this practise she has extensive experience in civil medicolegal assessments and report writing. She has prepared reports for plaintiff and defendant solicitors, insurance companies and many Federal and State government departments. Areas have included personal injury and compensation, disability, superannuation claims, fitness for duty and rehabilitation, income protection claims and immigration issues.