Psychologists-Eastern Suburbs Mental Health Practice

Eastern Suburbs Mental Health Practice

Psychologists

In Coogee:

Prof Gillian Bryce-Straker 

Gill is a highly experienced clinical psychologist who specialises in adult work. She has a particular interest in family of origin issues and how these contribute to anxiety and depression and to current difficulties in personal and work relationships as well as to difficulties in regulating negative emotions. She teaches on psychotherapy and psychology programs at a number of tertiary institutions and consults to psychologists, psychiatrists and other mental health practitioners. Her practice is informed by research.  Gill has recently cowritten a book with Jacqui Winship - The Talking Cure - which is due to be published by Pan Macmillan on 28 May 2019. 
Gillian Straker is an independent member of the Eastern Suburbs Mental Health Practice.


David Watson

David is a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist with over 25 years of experience. He works in both short term and longer term therapeutic modalities, encompassing individual and couple (relationship) psychotherapy as well as supervision of other clinicians. David has a particular interest in holistic and integrative approaches to psychological wellbeing that prioritise both the mind and the body, adapt to each clients unique situation, and emphasise change and development.  
David Watson is an independent member of the Eastern Suburbs Mental Health Practice.


Caroline Haski

Caroline is a registered psychologist and psychotherapist. She favours an empathic mode of enquiry promoting understanding and exploration of each person's emotional experience in order to foster choice in decision making and a sense of safety in relationships. Caroline has many years experience as a PREPARE pre-marriage educator. Caroline also has experiece in counselling survivors of extreme trauma and their descendants.  
Caroline Haski is an independent member of the Eastern Suburbs Mental Health Practice.


In Bondi Junction:


Fathima Moosa 

Fathima

Fathima is a highly experienced clinical psychologist and supervisor. Previously a lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa, she has worked extensively with survivors of psychological torture and trauma. Currently her practice focuses on providing psychotherapy to individuals dealing with a range of issues, including relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, stress and trauma.  Her approach integrates multiple theories, with particular emphasis on a psychodynamic orientation. 
Fathima Moosa is an independent member of the Eastern Suburbs Mental Health Practice


Dr Jacqui Winship 

Jacqui Winship has over twenty-five years of experience as a clinical psychologist, psychotherapist and supervisor.  Jacqui works with adults, adolescents and couples and believes in the power of the therapy relationship to enable individuals and couples to grow, heal and thrive. She offers an integrative approach drawing from attachment theory, schema therapy and relational psychotherapy in order to assist clients to explore and understand issues that are troubling them and to develop resources and strategies to resolve, accept or overcome these issues. Jacqui also offers professional supervision as well as training and personal development workshops. Jacqui has recently cowritten a book with Gill Straker - The Talking Cure - which is due to be published by Pan Macmillan on 28 May 2019.
Jacqui Winship is an independent member of the Eastern Suburbs Mental Health Practice.