About Dr Taylor Cullen

Taylor is a consultant Rheumatologist who specialises in treating inflammatory, autoimmune and musculoskeletal disease. She has experience working with diverse populations, especially young women, across NSW, QLD and the NT. As a result she is aware of how critical balancing immunosuppression and infection risk is to ensure positive quality of life and treatment outcomes. She also understands how important pain control is to maintain an active lifestyle, as outside of work she enjoys running, playing sports and is passionate about the creative arts with a history of dancing ballet.


Taylor completed Rheumatology training at Prince of Wales and Royal Prince Alfred Hospitals. She holds a master’s degree in public health and is a PhD candidate with the University of NSW. As part of her ongoing research into health systems and patient centred care, she is an active contributor to the scientific community through conference presentations for which she has won several awards. She has also held university and hospital teaching roles and is currently a conjoint associate lecturer at the University of Western Sydney. 

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Wed 6 March 8pm!

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Prioritising You: A Guide to Setting Boundaries and Self-Care

How can this event help me?


Embark on a journey of self-empowerment and wellness with Psychologist Adrian Comensoli in our upcoming educational event. Adrian will guide you through effective strategies for setting personal boundaries and enhancing self-care, crucial steps for maintaining both mental and physical health. This session is especially beneficial for those striving to find a balance between their own needs and the challenges of managing chronic health conditions and promises to be a step towards better self-understanding and empowerment.

During our upcoming Lifestyle Event, Psychologist Adrian Comensoli will aim to cover:

  • Understanding Boundaries: Learn what boundaries are, why they're crucial for mental health, and how they can help in managing stress and preventing burnout.
  • The Art of Saying No: Gain insights into the importance of saying no, and how this simple act can be a powerful tool for self-care and maintaining personal well-being.
  • Self-Care Strategies: Explore various self-care practices and how they contribute to overall health, with a focus on practical steps you can incorporate into your daily routine.
  • Balancing Personal Needs with Chronic Health Management: Understand how to navigate the complexities of managing chronic health conditions while prioritizing your own mental and physical health.
  • Implementing Boundaries in Daily Life: Receive actionable advice on how to set and maintain healthy boundaries in both personal and professional settings

Attend our live virtual event at 8pm Wednesday 6th of March

Like all of our lifestyle events, we will welcome questions and discussion so we can all hear and learn from each other.

Register to attend!