OUR TEAM

Get to Know Us

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DR CARRYN MASLUK

Clinical Psychologist

Carryn works mainly with adults. She has over 10 years experience working at the Prince of Wales Hospital, the Black Dog Institute, and in private practice. She holds an Honorary position at RPA hospital in the Congenital Heart Clinic. 

Interests: Perinatal mental health, Depression, Anxiety, Stress 

 

Modalities: CBT, Schema therapy, EMDR

Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur

MOUMITA PAUL

Psychologist

Moumita has over 10 years of experience working with adults. She has worked in the disability sector, in private practice, state schools, and in the the public sector. Moumita provides individual and family counselling. ​

Interests: Depression, Anxiety, Low

self-esteem, Trauma, Grief and Loss, Relationship Issues

Modalities: CBT, Family Systems, Mindfulness

Days: Tues, Thurs

DR JESSICA DWYER

Clinical Psychologist

Jessica has over 15 years experience working with adults. She began her career in the US, moving to Australia in 2010. She has worked in a variety of environments, including day treatment programs, schools, community mental health settings, and private practice.  

Interests: Parenting concerns,

Anxiety, Depression, Adjustment and Relationship issues

 

Modalities: CBT, Solution Focused Therapy, ACT

Days: Tues

We are open and will continue to see clients in our North Shore (Neutral Bay) office in line with the current social distancing recommendations. We will also be offering psychology sessions via Zoom for those clients who are choosing to self-isolate*. Just let us know when you make your booking. 

* Medicare and Health Fund rebates are now available for online sessions with a valid referral. 

WELCOME TO

TALKSPACE PSYCHOLOGY

Giving You the Space to Talk and Feel Better

Depression

Are you struggling with feelings of depression, sadness, irritability, and exhaustion? Are you finding it more difficult to motivate yourself to do things? 

Anxiety

Have you had feelings of worry or fear that won't go away and keep you up at night, which seem to happen for no reason, and make it hard to cope with daily life?  Do you notice your uncomfortable physical sensations such as a racing heart, shortness of breath, sweating, blushing, pins and needles, and numbness?

Perinatal

Are you having difficulty with the process of falling pregnant,  coping with the unbearable loss of a baby, finding it hard to bond with your baby, or experiencing feelings of sadness, agitation and worry about being a new parent?

Welcome to TalkSpace Psychology. We are an Adult Clinical Psychology Practice on Sydney's Lower North Shore dedicated to helping adults cope with depression, anxiety, stress, and other mental health issues. We love what we do and we are committed to helping our patients get back to full health as quickly as possible.

We believe that feeling better starts by talking to someone.

You talk, we listen.

Contact us today and see how we can help you or your loved one.

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EMILY WYNTER

Psychologist

Emily works with adults. She has experience in a range of settings including Northside Mood Disorders Clinic, private practice, Headspace, and in university counselling. Emily is experienced in working with gut related disorders. 

Interests: Gastrointenstinal issues, Depression, Anxiety, Stress

Modalities: CBT, ACT, Mindfulness

Days: Wed 

ANDREA SIMCOCKS

Psychologist

Andrea has over 15 years’ experience working at Prince of Wales Hospital, within various clinical settings including youth and adult community mental health, and perinatal and infant mental health. She is currently involved in the establishment of a new clinical program for her local health service.  

Interests: Adjustment, mood disorders, perfectionism and anxiety, and perinatal distress and mental illness.

 

Modalities: CBT, ACT, Mindfulness

 

Days: Mon

KATIE WOOD

Psychologist 

Katie works with adults and has a particular interest in working with young adults. She has experience working with a variety of mental health concerns in public health settings including inpatient and outpatient drug and alcohol settings, as well as university counselling services. 

Interests: Anxiety and worry, stress, adjustment, depression, self-esteem, perfectionism and procrastination and addiction. 

 

Modalities: CBT, ACT, motivational interviewing, Mindfulness

Days: Mon, Tues