Dr Anastasia Hronis (B Psych Hons, M Clin Psych, AMusA, LMusA, Ph.D) is a clinical psychologist and founder of the Australian Institute for Human Wellness, an organisation dedicated to meeting the growing need for innovation in supporting mental health and wellbeing. Services include individual and group therapy, specialised wellbeing support for performing artists, seminars for workplaces, school based interventions and psychology informed consultancy services.

Anastasia also holds the position of Honorary Associate at the University of Technology Sydney, where she provides lectures and research supervision to students in the Master of Clinical Psychology program. She completed her PhD in the area of mental health treatments for children with intellectual disabilities. Anastasia continues to conduct research in the areas of addictions, gambling, trauma, personality disorders, and disabilities. She has presented her research at numerous international conferences, and published in top ranking journals. Clinically, she is very involved in providing treatments to clients with complex trauma, PTSD, personality disorders and addictions.

Anastasia is also a classical concert pianist. She has won numerous national and international awards, and has performed multiple times as a soloist at the Sydney Opera House, with her most notable solo performance being at Carnegie Hall, New York.