About Allie Mackay

Founder of Due North Psychology
(by Allie Mackay Psychology Practice)

Meet Allie Mackay

Founder of Due North Psychology

Psychologist Allie Mackay is passionate about helping people overcome difficulties, working with anything from a vague feeling that something isn’t right, to childhood or recent trauma, chronic health diagnoses and day-to-day transitions that can impact our lives.

Allie is a celebrated researcher with her research published in peer reviewed journals, finding that her intervention was an effective psychological strategy to reduce stress, anxiety, depression and fatigue in multiple sclerosis and significantly reduced pain and analgesic use in migraines.  

Allie loves bringing the results of research in the field of psychology more accessible for busy people from all walks of life.

EMDR & Trauma

As a Registered Psychologist, Allie Mackay has worked with all types of clients with various concerns, from excessive worry about the future, facing anxiety about life after study to first responders processing trauma, but the most common concerns Allie sees in her practice are much more relatable than you might think.

Allie has a special interest in Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) and its use in the treatment of many conditions, phobias, pain conditions, relationship distress, and long term (complex) or recent event trauma.

As an AHPRA Board-Approved supervisor for the next generation of Psychology interns, Allie loves to share her knowledge and enthusiasm and is available for colleagues around the world for Attachment Informed and IFS informed EMDR therapy Supervision.  

Allie Mackay with a client
A Registered Psychologist & AHPRA Board-Approved Supervisor

Allie finds many clients present with physical symptoms like sleeplessness, fatigue, twitches, pain and untreated stress. They may have been on a long medical journey with nothing conclusive found. Physical symptoms are the body’s way of coping with stress, and if you look for the signs, you’ll find a gentle nudge to take ownership of your emotions. “It’s straightforward physiology,” Allie says. “When I share this with people, they can see the connection.”

Very often, we ultimately end up talking mostly about a person’s relationships – to their children, partners, and in particular to themselves. The connection between how we talk to ourselves and how our body takes that information on board is profound.

We help you thrive
during difficult times

Helping you find and re-align with your due north

If you’re ready to find your way back to yourself with caring psychologists that provide evidence-based and authentic values based therapy practices, reach out today and we’ll aim to get back to you same day to make an appointment via your preferred contact method.