Below is a list of the top and leading Psychologists in Newcastle. To help you find the best Psychologists located near you in Newcastle, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Newcastle’s Best Psychologists:
The top rated Psychologists in Newcastle dealing with the treatment of mental distress and psychological disorders are:
- Tarnya Davis – NewPsych Psychologists
- Matthew Stanton – Life Matters Psychologists
- Daniel Wendt – Oracle Psychology
Tarnya Davis is the director and principal Clinical Psychologist at NewPsych. NewPsych began after Tarnya returned from her work as a psychologist in the UK with fresh new ideas. In the beginning it was her and a mobile phone! Now NewPsych is a team of excellent people in a beautiful space all committed to helping people achieve their potential.
With 25 years of clinical experience, she has a special interest in working with people who have experienced trauma as well as most of what life throws us all.
Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, Alcohol Abuse, Relationship Issues, Behavioral Issues, Stress Management, Divorce, Children Counselling, Pain, Eating Disorder, Individual Counselling, Sleep Disorder, Couples Counselling, Emotional Disturbance, Family Counselling, Borderline Personality, Coping Skills, Bipolar Disorder
“I first had the pleasure of meeting Tarnya and her team some years back. I was battling with addiction; it wasn’t an easy time for me. I found the service at NewPsych to be compassionate and very professional. It was of enormous value to me. I would have no hesitation in recommending this practice.” – Scott M
Life Matters Psychologists
Matthew Stanton is a registered clinical psychologist with over 18 years of experience. Matthew has gained his experience in private and public settings, including community specialist teams and within adult and adolescent intensive psychiatry hospital units. Matthew is skilled in psychological assessment and treatment of mental illnesses such as anxiety, depression, trauma, psychosis, adjustment disorder and pain syndromes.
Trauma, Anxiety, Psychosis, Depression, Pain Syndromes, Adjustment Disorder, Psychological Assessment, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Mindfulness, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Parent/Child Relationship Education, Individual Counselling, Couples Counselling & Stress Management
“The reception here is very friendly and caring they make you feel very welcomed and comfortable before your visit and Jay Richards My psychologist is a very pleasant and caring guy who knows how to quickly get to the core of your problem and offer hope and positive reinforcement that you can be fully well once again as you work together on your mental health challenges. I highly recommend this practice and my psychologist Jay Richards .You will find the help you need here.” – Paul O’Reilly
Daniel Wendt is a Clinical Psychologist and the Director of Oracle Psychology. He is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and Fellow of the College of Clinical Psychologists. Daniel holds membership with the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts as well as registration as an Expert Witness with UniSearch Expert Opinion Services.
Child Psychologist Daniel Wendt commenced his professional career in the field of Education. While studying a Bachelor of Teaching/Bachelor of Arts, at the University of Newcastle, Daniel was employed as a School Learning Support Officer (SLSO) assisting students with Special Needs. After completing his teaching qualifications he was employed as a Primary School Teacher as a part of a Targeted Graduate Program and subsequently, as a School Psychologist and Counsellor on the Central Coast.
Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Learning Assessment (All Ages), Anxiety Disorders, Depression, Behaviour Difficulties, Specific Reading Disorders (Developmental Dyslexia), Neuropsychological Assessment (All Ages), Intellectual & Adaptive Assessment (All Ages), Anger Management Parenting Skills
“Great staff. Professional and well qualified.” – Ian Mossop