Jacqueline Saad. MAPS. Registered Psychologist PhD(Med)cand, MBMSc(ClinNeuroSc), MBus, PGDipPsych, BSocSc(psych), DipEd(Early Child) Jacqueline draws from over 17 years’ experience as a registered Psychologist in the corporate and private sector, postgraduate training in clinical neuroscience at the Brain & Mind Research Institute at Sydney Medical School, and as a brain researcher at The University of Sydney Medical School. She enjoys working with children; adolescent and adult clients across a range of areas including anxiety, depression, and relationship issues although her strong interest involves the assessment and management of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and comorbid sleep disorders. Jacqueline is also based part-time at The Westmead Institute for Medical Research, Sydney Medical School, Discipline of Psychiatry, where she is completing research as part of her Ph.D., involving neuroimaging (MRI) and its contribution toward the determination of neurobiological markers that may characterise the inattentive and combined presentations of ADHD. Further, Jacqueline has served as both committee member and Chair of the Sydney branch of the Australian Psychological Society, which has over 4000 members.