Assoc. Prof. Michael Gradisar
Clinical Psychologist, Clinic Director

Michael has been specialising in the treatment of adult and child sleep disorders (insomnia, circadian rhythm disorders) since 2002. He has provided training to over 420 psychologists throughout Australia on the treatment of paediatric sleep disorders, and published several research studies evaluating the treatment of insomnia and circadian rhythm disorders in children, adolescents and adults.


Neralie Cain
Clinical Psychologist

Since completing Master of Psychology (Clinical) in 2009, Neralie has been specialising in the treatment of sleep disorders while working in a private psychology clinic in Canberra. There she was involved in setting up a multi-disciplinary Insomnia Treatment Program in conjunction with medical sleep specialists. She is currently completing a research PhD investigating the effectiveness of treatment for school-aged children with sleep problems. Neralie has several publications in areas relating to adolescent sleep.


Lyn Moseley

Lyn Moseley is a registered psychologist and teacher with more than ten years of experience in secondary teaching and twelve years of experience as a practicing psychologist (including seven years as a psychologist in a Rec-12 school setting). Lyn’s extensive experience in schools gives her a unique ability to work with children, adolescents and their families to resolve a range of issues. Lyn has delivered sleep education programs to senior secondary students and enjoys working collaboratively with clients and parents to increase knowledge about the ‘science’ of sleep. She supports clients action evidence based strategies that improve sleep, general daytime and family functioning.


Kate Bartel
Provisional Psychologist

Kate has been part of the CASC team since 2012, working with children and adolescents who experience sleep problems. Kate completed her Bachelor of Psychology Honours degree in 2012, researching the effects of iPad light on adolescent sleep. She is currently completing a PhD in Clinical Psychology, looking into protective and risk factors for adolescent sleep.


Cele Richardson
Provisional Psychologist

Cele is currently completing a PhD in Clinical Psychology, investigating the efficacy of bright light therapy for the treatment of a sleep problem common in adolescents and young adults. As part of her research, Cele has published papers investigating factors involved in the development and maintenance of Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder and insomnia. In addition to her research responsibilities, Cele has worked at CASC since 2015 and has experience treating sleep problems in children and adolescents.