About us

Meet the team

Ann Cramp
Ann Cramp
Principal Psychologist & Animal Assisted Therapist
BA, GradCertHlthPsych, GradDipPsych, PostgradDipPsych, Board Approved Supervisor.

Ann is an experienced Psychologist with more than ten years’ experience working in vocational rehabilitation and disability assessment services.
Ann has a particular interest in health psychology and the management of pain, and assesses and treats psychological disorders across the spectrum including for children and adolescents with behavioural, anxiety and mood disorders. Ann specialises in autism spectrum disorder supports, interventions and assessments in accordance with her training by ASPECT NSW. Ann has experience in assessing cognitive and behavioural functioning and learning difficulties.
Koren Ganas
Dr Koren Ganas
Clinical Psychologist
Postdoctoral Master of Science (MSCP), Clinical Pharmacology (USA)
Doctor of Psychology (PsyD), Clinical Psychology (USA)
Master of Arts (MA), Clinical Psychology (USA)
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Psychology (USA)

Dr Ganas is a Clinical Psychologist, and is experienced working with individuals across the lifespan providing psychological and neuropsychological evaluation including referrals related to childhood neurodiversity and learning evaluation, evaluation of cognition and memory, and traumatic brain injury related concerns. She provides psychotherapy services for individuals dealing with a variety of life stressors and mental health conditions including but not limited to life transitions, adjustment to health-related concerns, depression, anxiety, and traumatic stress related conditions. Dr. Ganas takes a whole-person in context approach to services, which are individually tailored based on the client’s needs. She is experienced providing culturally responsive services to diverse and LGBTQIA+ clients.
Helen Hindson
Helen Hindson
Provisional Psychologist & Intake Officer
Bachelor of Psychological Science
Graduate Diploma of Psychologist (Advanced)

Helen is interested in a range of psychological issues that affect children, adolescents and adults. As a past primary teacher, she is keen to provide strategies and skills to help children and adolescents navigate an increasingly challenging world that they can utilise as they grow up. Helen is also interested in treating adults who experience a range of psychological issues.
Martin Finnegan
Martin Finnegan
Registered Psychologist
Studied at Charles Sturt University

Martin provides assessment and treatment/counselling services across a range of psychological issues affecting both adolescents and adults. Key services include the following: Counselling, Medicare Mental Health Care Plan services, NDIS, Functional Capacity Assessments, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), WorkCover and CTP insurance claims and Psychological Services to the Military.
Therapy Dog & Staff Welfare Officer
Qualifications – Level 1 Therapy Dog

Buster is an accredited therapy dog who works at RRPP. He was bred by Lighthouse Labradoodles, and commenced his foundation therapy dog training with the team at Kaysadale Farm in the Hunter Valley.
Buster’s handler is Ann Cramp (principal psychologist), and together they have both completed clinical training for Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) and therapy dog training under the supervision of Kaysadale Farm.
Buster will frequently be seen in our practice undertaking greeting and reception duties, or assisting Ann to deliver clinical interventions to her patients.
Please speak to our friendly administration team if you would like to meet Buster, or need to alert us to an allergy or phobia that might impact on your experience at our practice.

Our premises

Riverina Regional Psychology Practice operates at 69 Johnston Street Wagga Wagga. Our building is a beautiful historical building in central Wagga Wagga, with a generous and comfortable waiting room. Our psychologists have their own comfortably appointed consulting rooms.
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