Mx. Stanley Chin (they/she/he)

BSc, MHealthPsych, PGDipHealthPsych


Stanley is a gender-fluid psychologist who aims to hold a safe space to provide a warm and non-judgmental approach to walk alongside clients aged 14 and above.

Stanley has experience supporting people with many challenges including gender, sexuality, loss/grief, anxiety, low mood, relationships, stress, self-care. As Stanley is a psychologist who specializes in health, Stanley has experience supporting cancer patients and families/supporters. Stanley also has experience providing WPATH-guided informed consent discussions with adolescents and adults and supports them to access gender-affirming healthcare. Stanley mainly uses ACT and CBT in supporting their clients.

Stanley is available at our Carlton clinic.

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Postgraduate Diploma in Health Psychology – University of Auckland
Master of Health Psychology (First Class Honours) – University of Auckland
Bachelor of Science (Psychology & Biological Sciences) – University of Auckland


Chin, S., Cavadino, A., Akroyd, A., Tennant, G., Dobson, R., Gautier, A., & Reynolds, L. (2022). An investigation of virtual reality nature experiences in patients with metastatic breast cancer: Secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trial. JMIR Cancer, 8(3), e38300.

Reynolds, L., Cavadino, A., Chin, S., Little, Z., Akroyd, A., Tennant, G., Dobson, R., Broom, R., & Gautier, A. (2022). The benefits and acceptability of virtual reality interventions for women with metastatic breast cancer in their homes; A pilot randomised trial. BMC Cancer, 22(360), 1–13.