Adjunct Professor Anna Lenardon

Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist

Adj. Prof. Anna Lenardon completed her medical training in Italy. Shelter worked as an Internal Medicine Specialist in the UK and then undertook her Fellowship in Psychiatry while working in NHS Foundation Trusts and Prison Services. She completed specialist training in Forensic Psychiatry and consulted as a Forensic Psychiatrist to East London and South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trusts prisons before arriving in Australia in 2017. She initially worked in Melbourne at the Thomas Embling Hospital. She is currently employed as a Specialist Programs and AODS Medical Director and as Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist with the Forensic Community Team.

Adj. Prof. Lenardon has a special interest in treating mentally disordered offenders in prison, particularly female offenders, and the link between substance abuse and criminal offending.

  • Qualifications
    FELLOW, ROYAL AUSTRALIAN & NEW ZEALAND COLLEGE OF PSYCHIATRISTS
    FELLOW, ROYAL COLLEGE OF PSYCHIATRY, UK
    DEGREE IN MEDICINE & SURGERY (HONS), UNIVERSITA DEGLISTUDI DI MILANO, ITALY
    CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION OF TRAINING IN INTERNAL MEDICINE, UK
    CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION OF TRAINING IN FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY, UK
    MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CRIMINOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OFSURREY, UK
  • Accreditations
    CIME (ABIME)
  • Assessment Areas
    Historical sexual abuse
    Substance abuse
    Criminal offending
    Capacity
    Tribunal reporting
  • Assessment Types
    Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) claim
    Workers’ Compensation
    Public Liability claim
    Compulsory Third-Party claim (CTP)
    Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) claim
    Historical and Institutional Abuse claim
    Fitness for Work assessment
    Videolink assessment,
    Prison assessment
    File Review
    Supplementary report
    Expert Witness
    Joint Medical Examination

Location

Brisbane, videolink, prison assessment