DR CARRYN MASLUK, Principal and Practice Owner


Dr Carryn Masluk is the founding Principal of TalkSpace Psychology. She enjoys working with adults and has had the privilege of working with clients for over 10 years at the Prince of Wales Hospital and privately at the Black Dog Institute in Randwick. She has owned her own private practice on-and-off since 2013. 


​Carryn is the mother of two school aged children and she has a particular interest in perinatal (pregnancy and post-natal care) and women's mental health. ​Carryn is also an experienced speaker and conducts teaching and training workshops for universities, hospital staff, and allied health professionals on mood and personality disorders. She holds a Conjoint Lecturer position at UNSW and an Honorary role at RPA Hospital for her work in the outpatient Congenital Heart Clinic. Carryn is available for clinical supervision.​








MOUMITA PAUL, Psychologist

Moumita is a Psychologist registered with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and has an Associate Membership with the Australian Psychological Society (APS). As well as working within private practice, she participates in a public sector role working with children, adolescents, and adults. ​She is an empathic and collaborative practitioner, who is motivated in providing evidence-based treatments to individuals, to empower and build their skills.


Moumita has worked extensively with adolescents and adults as well as providing individual and family counselling. Her expertise are in working with clients presenting with depression, anxiety, self-esteem and confidence issues, complex trauma, grief and loss, bereavement, emotion dysregulation, anger and behaviour management, and relationship issues. 





EMILY WYNTER, Psychologist


Emily Wynter is an experienced registered psychologist who brings a compassionate, thoughtful and practical approach to her work. Emily has worked with adolescents and adults in a range of settings including in the private hospital setting at Northside Clinic, private practice, youth mental health at Headspace, crisis support and university counselling services.


​Emily also has experience working with functional disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome, having spent several years with the specialised Neurogastroenterology Centre at Queen Mary University of London. During her time there she ran a cognitive behavioural treatment program and completed research focusing on the effectiveness of psychological therapy for behavioural belching disorders.


Emily enjoys tailoring interventions towards individual patient goals and typically incorporates cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), mindfulness based strategies, and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) into her practice. Emily holds memberships with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and the Australian Psychological Society (APS).




TRICIA PADOA, Psychologist


Tricia Padoa is a dedicated and passionate psychologist who enjoys working with children, adolescents and adults who are experiencing a range of mental health concerns. Tricia has an interest in perinatal psychology and she has published research examining the impact of social media on new mothers.   


​Tricia enjoys working with parents. She works part-time with the Community Child & Youth Mental Health Team at Hornsby Hospital and has previously worked with adults, young children and adolescents in at the UTS University Clinic, and community treatment programs including the Early Psychosis team in Bondi and the Eastern Suburbs Child and Adolescent service in Randwick. 


​Tricia works from a variety of therapeutic approaches including cognitive-behaviour therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), and mindfulness.


​Tricia holds memberships with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and the Australian Psychological Society (APS).


PHONE: (02) 8324 1469


Level 1, 2 Waters Road

Neutral Bay NSW 2089

You will find us next door to Shore Dental. There is plenty of free and metered street parking nearby. You can also find 2 hour parking at Woolworths (free if you shop at Woolworths).

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