MEET THE TEAM
Dr Carryn Masluk
Carryn is the founder of TalkSpace Psychology. She has over 10 years experience working with adults across a broad range of settings including inpatient acute psychiatry, medical consultation liaison psychiatry, community mental health, at the Black Dog Institute, and in private practice.
Carryn is the mother of two school aged children and has a particular interest in perinatal (pregnancy and post-natal care) and women's mental health.
Carryn 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.
Carryn is registered with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and has an Associate Membership with the Australian Psychological Society (APS).
Moumita is a Psychologist with over 10 years experience. 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's expertise is 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.
Moumita is registered with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and has an Associate Membership with the Australian Psychological Society (APS).
Dr Jessica Dwyer
Jessica has over 15 years experience helping clients with emotional, mental and social concerns. She began her career in the United States, moving to Australia in 2010. She has extensive experience in diagnosing and treating mental health issues in a variety of environments, including day treatment programs, schools, community mental health settings, and private practice.
She works with a range of clinical presentations, with a focus on anxiety, depression, adjustment and relationship issues. She also has a solid background in child and adolescent development and works with parents to promote a positive and effective parenting approach to reduce the conflict and stress at home.
Jessica offers a compassionate, therapeutic approach that includes recognised therapies such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Her work is conducted in a safe, supported space where clients are encouraged to develop effective and strong skills that will help them achieve success in their lives and overcome their individual challenges.
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 has extensive 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.
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 is a dedicated and passionate psychologist who enjoys working with children, adolescents and adults experiencing a range of mental health concerns.
Tricia has an interest in perinatal psychology and 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).