Sydney Psychologists & Therapists
B Beh Sc (Hons), M Psych (Clin) (Hons), MAPS
With over 20 years of experience, Guy has specialised in the assessment and treatment of people of all ages who have difficulties with depression, anxiety (including panic and obsessive-compulsive disorder), trauma, anger, sexuality, sexual functioning, HIV, self-esteem, relationship conflict, ADHD, workplace issues (including bullying and harassment), life adjustment, and smoking cessation. He has a particular interest in problems that are difficult to shift. Guy uses evidence-based therapy, which includes developing cognitive-behavioural skills to enhance coping, as well as increasing awareness and insight to help work through persistent patterns of behaviour and emotional difficulties, making way for positive change. Guy is a member of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists.
Dr Jim MALCOLM
BA (Hons), M Psych (Hons), PhD, MAPS
Jim Malcolm conducts assessment and treatment of emotional and psychological problems for individuals who are experiencing difficulties with anxiety, depression and worry, life adjustment issues, problems with drug or alcohol use, or concerns associated with sexuality and sexual identity. He has had extensive experience teaching clinical psychology practice in a university setting, has published research in the area of male sexual identity development, bisexuality and internalised homophobia, and is committed to evidence-based practice. Dr Malcolm does not normally undertake couples therapy. He is a member of the College of Clinical Psychologists, the Australian Medical and Professional Society on Alcohol and Drugs and an Associate Member of the International Academy of Sex Research.
BA (Wits), LL.M (Cantab), Dip Phty, ANZAP
Michael is a psychotherapist experienced in working with individuals and couples. His technique is interactive and supportive; he focuses on understanding the client's world. He helps the client make sense of their experience and through this, enhance their agency, their internal organisation and their understanding of themselves. As a result of this work, the client develops a capacity to address a broad range of personal issues whether they be emotional, developmental, personality, relationship based or simply the desire to move forward in their lives.
Clinical Social Worker
BSW, Dip Psych (ANZAP), M App Sc, MAASW (Acc)
Stewart offers Medicare assisted Counselling as well as Psychotherapy for individuals and couples. Trained as both a Clinical Social Worker and Adult Psychotherapist, Stewart also holds a Masters in Organisational Development. He has had over 20 years of professional experience helping clients who have been dealing with one or more of the following: feeling stuck/self undermining patterns, depression, anxiety, low self esteem, intimacy and relationship issues, adjustment through significant transitions, sexual function and sexuality, impacts of past traumas, loss and grief, and workplace/career challenges. Appointments can be made at Allied Health reception. Further enquiries about services can be directed to Stewart on his practice phone/voicemail at (02) 8086 1204.
Dr Barbara RYSENBRY
BA, BSc (Hons), D Clin Psych, MAPS
Barbara is a clinical psychologist who specialises in helping adults and adolescents work through difficulties such as depression, anxiety, grief / loss, post-traumatic stress, work stress, difficulty coping with illness, relationship difficulties and problems adjusting to stressful life events and transitions. Barbara's approach is collaborative, solution-focused and strengths-based, with the aim of helping clients to make sense of their difficulties, enhance their coping skills and find positive ways of moving forward in their lives. She uses evidence-based therapeutic interventions including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Positive Psychology in her practice. Barbara is also a member of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists.