Clodagh Ross-Hamid is a NSW Health Clinical Psychologist. She directs the Emotional Health Clinic and Research Unit at Cumberland Hospital, and was previously the Acting Clinical Lead for Medical Psychology. She has worked in private practice, and has held the role of co-ordinator of the Dialectical Behaviour Therapy program at Wesley Hospital Kogarah. Clodagh has a strong interest in the psychological treatment of personality disorders and in particular, emerging research in the field of stepped-care models. Clodagh works in both a clinical and research capacity. She has previously received a research scholarship investigating acculturation difficulties in migrant populations, and graduated first in the Masters of Clinical Psychology program at the University of Western Sydney. She is an Adjunct Fellow of the University of Western Sydney. Clodagh is currently completing a doctoral program in clinical psychology, and a health services re-design degree.