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Dr Christopher Basten
Speciality:  Clinical Psychology
Subspeciality:  Trauma and Adjustment to Injury; Anxiety Disorders
Suite 301 /151 Hawkesbury Rd
Westmead , NSW, 2145
Phone:  02 98911766   
Dr Christopher Basten received his Masters and PhD from University of Sydney and worked for many years in consultation-liaison psychiatry at Westmead Hospital. He know works in private practice at Chatswood and Westmead. He consults to Dr Al Muderis’ amputee clinic.
Dr Jemma Gilchrist
Speciality:  Clinical Psychology
Team:  Breast, Colorectal and Head and Neck Oncology
Macquarie University Clinic Suite 302, Level 3
2 Technology Place , Macquarie University, NSW, 2109
Phone:  02 9887 8899   Fax:  02 9812 3844   Email:  ccc@muh.org.au   
Dr Jemma Gilchrist is a leading Clinical Psychologist in the area of Psycho-Oncology. She is a key member of our multidisciplinary team of experts and she works closely with the medical team as we recognise the importance of psycho-social and supportive care in providing comprehensive cancer management. She is joined by fellow clinical psychologist, Rebecca Van Lloy. She is most recognised for her experience working with women and their families facing breast cancer, and those with a significant risk due to genetic vulnerability. Jemma has particular interest and expertise in oncology, however she is also able to assist patients and their families facing a range of medical conditions/chronic disease or those facing difficult life events leading to stress, anxiety or depression.  Common concerns that she assists with include: adjustment to diagnosis, managing treatments; communication of diagnosis with others (especially children and adolescents); chronic disease or disability; healthy living; pain and fatigue management; stress and anxiety; sadness and depression; sleep difficulties; body image and intimacy issues; communication and decision-making; loss, grief and bereavement; relationship difficulties, caregiver stress and burnout and living with uncertainty. 

Dr Gilchrist completed her PhD. on children’s eyewitness memory at Otago University (NZ) in 1995, and has published in the areas of interviewing children about stressful events, the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome and post-natal depression.  She has a long-standing interest in the treatment of anxiety in the context of illness. She has co-edited a book for health professionals: Psycho-social Care of Cancer Patients: A Health Professional's Giude to what to Say and Do (Eds. Hodgkinson, K and Gilchrist J 2008, Ausmed Publications, Melbourne).

Dr Jane Lonie
Speciality:  Clinical Psychology
Macquarie Neurosurgery Macquarie University Clinic
Suite 201, Level 2, 2 Technology Place , Macquarie University, NSW, 2109
Phone:  1300 622 782   Fax:  02 9812 3896   
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Dr Jane Lonie
Speciality:  Clinical Psychology
Macquarie Neurosurgery Macquarie University Clinic
Suite 201, Level 2, 2 Technology Place , Macquarie University, NSW, 2109
Phone:  1300 622 782   Fax:  02 9812 3896   
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Ms Rebecca Van Lloy
Speciality:  Clinical Psychology
Team:  Breast, Colorectal and Head and Neck Oncology
Macquarie University Clinic Suite 302, Level 3
2 Technology Place , Macquarie University, NSW, 2109
Phone:  02 9887 8899   Fax:  02 9812 3844   Email:  ccc@muh.org.au   
Rebecca Van Lloy is a highly experienced Clinical Psychologist working at the Macquarie University Cancer Institute. She joins Dr Jemma Gilchrist in the Clinical Care Centre and is a key addition to our multidisciplinary team of experts. We recognise the importance of psycho-social and supportive care in providing comprehensive cancer management. 

Rebecca has particular interest and expertise in oncology, however she is also able to assist patients and their families facing a wide range of medical conditions/chronic disease or those facing difficult life events leading to stress, anxiety or depression.  Common concerns that she assists with include: adjustment to diagnosis, managing treatments; communication of diagnosis with others (especially children and adolescents); chronic disease or disability; healthy living; pain and fatigue management; stress and anxiety; sadness and depression; sleep difficulties; body image and intimacy issues; communication and decision-making; loss, grief and bereavement; relationship difficulties, caregiver stress and burnout and living with uncertainty.  Rebecca Van Lloy completed her Masters of Clinical Psychology in 2006 and has worked in a range of public and private settings in general mental health, psychiatric inpatient care, telehealth and oncology.