The MyPsyDiary App was created by Dr. Amanda Commons Treloar, author of a reference book on Borderline Personality Disorder (available on Amazon). She is a respected Australian clinical psychologist that has worked extensively with a variety of mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder, borderline personality disorder, bipolar affective disorder, and psychosis.
Dr. Commons Treloar has worked in psychiatry, community health, and currently in private practice. She is passionate about assisting people in monitoring and managing their own mental health and has written extensively on various topics for improving mental health. A few of her publications are listed below. If you would like to follow her Amazon Author Central page for updates on her upcoming presentations, appearances and workshops, click here.
Tonya Mead, PhD will lead the global marketing efforts of the MyPsyDiary application and related products. She joined Amanda Commons Treloar as a valued member of the MyPsyDiary team in January 2020. Her area of expertise is Educational/School Psychology. As such, her emphasis for the past 11 years as been on providing in-direct consulting services to District school leaders, administrators, educators and teachers on how best to help their k-12 students progress academically, socially and emotionally. Due to her advisement, she has won numerous awards:
2018 Google #1 and #2 Ranked of 258 million articles on “Fraud in Education”;
2018 Apprenticeship Working Group, National Initiative Cybersecurity Education; NIST/NICE;
2017 Recipient of Corporate Vision: CV Most Influential Business Woman in Education Fraud and Cyber Security;
2017 Advisor Cyber Security Education Research & Outreach Center, TTU, College of Engineering;
2014 Recipient of the Cafritz Award for Excellence in Government Service and Public Leadership
She has published three books that are available for purchase on Amazon. Tonya Mead embarked upon her career in behavioral sciences and educational psychology while accompanying her husband on overseas assignments in Europe and South America. References to her research on the stresses associated with cultural assimilation for spouses and dependent families have been published in the Weekly Telegraph, the Financial Times and the Employee Relocation Council. These articles may be accessed here. If you would like to follow her Amazon Author Central page for updates on her upcoming presentations, appearances and workshops, click here.