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 Maya Floyd

Maya Floyd

Mobile 0423 710 057
Psychologist, Counsellor

Mobile 0423 710 057

When life becomes overwhelming, relationships challenging, and situations confusing, counselling can offer a safe and supportive context in which you can reflect on it all. It can be a safe place for your questions, fears, hopes, and your wants as you determine your way forward. We work together to find what is useful and meaningful for you from the experience of counselling. I am based in Sydney's Inner West suburb of Leichhardt on Norton Street.


  • Suite 1, 122a Norton Street, Leichhardt, Sydney NSW 2040 0423 710 057 PHONE 0423 710 057


  • Counselling, Psychotherapy, Workshops / Courses, Workplace Training, Clinical Supervision 
  • Counselling and therapy for individuals (trauma, addiction, grief, depression, parenting concerns, relationship difficulties, intimacy issues, anxiety, life choices and transitions, self development)

    Parenting workshops and sessions for parents of adolescents: individual or couple.

    Professional training and clinical supervision for practitioners (including 4+2 registration pathway).

    Areas of Special Interest

  • Anxiety / Panic Attacks, Childhood Issues, Depression, Dreams, Emotional Overwhelm, Existential Issues, Family / Parenting, Grief / Bereavement, Intimacy Issues, Life Threatening Illness, Life Transitions, Relationship Issues, Self Development, Self Harm, Trauma Recovery  
  • MODALITIES / Approach

    Existential, Experiential, Interpersonal, Mindfulness, Person Centred, Process Oriented

    I am committed to your growth and therapeutic process.

    I value your experiences and the meaning you make of them. This is central to the therapeutic work. I do not interpret your experience for you, or take your experience from you.
    I believe that the therapeutic space is an opportunity to explore and experiment, so that you may begin to use it outside of the therapeutic space: in your relationships, your work, and in life.

    I work from the Existential Framework of therapy and use various modalities as appropriate for your needs: CBT, Mindfulness, ACT, Interpersonal therapy, Emotional focusing, Focusing, Solution focused, Motivational Interviewing.


    • Certificate in Existential Practice - 2017 - Centre for Existential Practice
    • Existential/Humanistic Therapy Specialization - 2011 - Australian College of Applied Psychology
    • Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology - 2003 - University of Western Sydney
    • Bachelor of Arts (Psych) - 2002 - University of Sydney

    Quality Provision

    I am a fully registered psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia (PSY0001355230).

    Being a fully registered Psychologist means:

    Strict criteria for academic qualifications
    Regular Clinical and Peer Supervision
    Required ongoing Professional Development
    Adhering to a Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct


    I have 12 years experience in providing counselling, therapy and psychological services to adolescents, adults, and families with concerns of depression, anxiety, addiction, relationships, chronic or acute experience of trauma.

    I am an experienced Educator and workshop facilitator for professionals in the industry, as well as clients with specific concerns.


    Thursday and Friday, and Saturday morning, by appointment.

    Transport and Parking

    Public transport to Norton Street.
    Street parking available, Norton Plaza and shopping parking across the road.


    $140 per hour

    Payment Options

    Cash, cheque, bank deposit.

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     Maya Floyd

    Maya Floyd

    Psychologist, Counsellor

    Counselling can help us reflect on what we want and need, what we do not want, what we hope for and are afraid of: in work, relationships, in parenting, or as we navigate our experience of anxiety, depression, addiction, and how we want to be in the world.
    We are always in relationship - to each other, to our selves, to our values, practices, wishes, needs, and difficulties. We are always choosing ourselves - counselling can help us to get closer to who we are and how we want to be.

    • Leichhardt
    • Existential, Experiential, Interpersonal, Mindfulness, Person Centred, Process Oriented