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Psychologists available at Next Practice Sydney

Feeling the COVID-19 Mental Burnout? Speak to one of our professional psychologists today

Amrita Chawla - Psychologist

Special interests:
Emotional and Mental Health – Depression, Anxiety and Stress Management, Grief/bereavement and trauma, Relationships and Eating disorders and drug & alcohol problems

Amrita is a registered psychologist who has completed a Master of Science in Coaching Psychology from the University of Sydney. She has a special interest in understanding emotions and the psychology of human strengths and well-being. Amrita’s vision is holistic and compassionate. Her global upbringing and life experiences give her an expansive aptitude in overall diversity. She is skilled in varied domains including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, strengths-based interventions, coaching, mindfulness counselling and psycho education.

Scarlett Gill - Clinical Psychologist

Scarlett is a warm, supportive and compassionate clinical psychologist dedicated to helping people overcome challenges affecting their lives. She is experienced in working with adults, youth, families in a wide range of areas such as:

Anxiety (including panic attacks, social anxiety, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder and generalised anxiety)
Grief and loss
Parenting issues
Child, Adolescent and Family issues
Relationship issues

Scarlett holds a Master of Clinical Psychology and is also a member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association and the Australian Association for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.

She adopts an evidence informed and individually tailored approach to therapy for her clients. She incorporates techniques and strategies from therapies such as acceptance and commitment therapy, schema therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness-based therapy, dialectical-behaviour therapy, EMDR and resource therapy.

Scarlett is also a Board Approved Supervisor and provides clinical supervision for students, registrars, peers and psychosocial workers living in humanitarian contexts.