Sydney Western Suburbs Psychodynamic Psychotherapist , Psychodynamic Psychotherapists in Sydney Western Suburbs

Melissa Ferrari

Psychotherapist, Psychodynamic Psychotherapist

Penrith NSW

In Person + Online Therapy

Known for her warmth and engaging personality, Melissa's ability to identify and help people work through many of the key issues facing couples today has had a profound and transformative effect on many of her clients' lives. She has helped individuals and couples gain insight into their relationship problems, and resolve ongoing conflict.

Elaine Ford

Psychodynamic Psychotherapist, Existential Psychotherapist

Parramatta NSW

In Person + Telehealth Consultations

Adjusting to the challenges of life can impact on our physical and emotional well-being. Having someone assist in adapting to such challenges can be very beneficial. My style of therapy aims at applying evidence-based practice that helps the person understand their experience and explore avenues to bring about change.

Kate Murphy

Psychologist, Psychodynamic Psychotherapist

Glebe NSW, Penrith NSW, Online via Telehealth NSW

In Person + Telehealth Consultations

I have many years of experience working to help clients overcome the hurts and limitations caused by past or current traumas. No matter your reason for seeking support, I will work closely with you to help you understand the issues affecting you and find solutions to help you live more fully.

Lisa Paul

Psychotherapist, Counsellor

Penrith NSW, Windsor NSW

In Person + Telehealth

I am a Perinatal Psychotherapist and Mental Health Nurse, working with mothers and their babies. I understand that all clients have different needs, some need support through loss, some need support adjusting, some need to work through past experiences and emotions that are impacting as they become parents.

Pam Stavropoulos

Psychotherapist, Counsellor

Parramatta NSW

In Person + Telehealth Consultations

As a consultant, counsellor, educator and researcher, my focus is the dynamics of wellbeing. I am interested in the many components of what it means to be 'well'. While specifics of temperament and personal history are always important, wellbeing is also shaped by social factors. Many aspects of our society are not necessarily conducive to