Clinic: Suite 310 / 3 Gladstone Street, Newtown NSW 2042


My name is Paul Pusey. I am a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist. I have undertaken psychology training in Canada and Australia, completing my postgraduate studies first at the University of Western Sydney and then at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst. Prior to that, I completed an Honours Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Psychology at York University in Toronto.

I hold a Masters Degree in Forensic Psychology and Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology and hold specialist endorsements in both Clinical and Forensic Psychology with AHPRA in addition to my full registration with the Psychology Board of Australia. I am an AHPRA approved supervisor for Forensic Psychology Registrars.

I have 16 years of experience as a clinical and forensic psychologist providing specific assessment and treatment in diverse settings including public health facilities, private clinics and forensic institutions. Throughout this time I have provided treatment to a wide range of individuals and couples, both adolescents and adults – each with their own unique presenting issue, specific treatment goals and desired outcome. It is my aim to provide a distinctly unique and ultimately effective and positive therapeutic experience to everyone I provide any form of intervention.

I adopt a flexible approach aimed at meeting clients' needs both in their sessions and in the broader therapeutic relationship.

My areas of specialty include:

  • The treatment of mood, anxiety, adjustment and psychotic disorders
  • The treatment of substance abuse
  • Forensic assessment and treatment
  • The treatment for behavioural issues such as anger management and problematic gambling.

I also provide treatment of specific trauma related issues, treatment aimed at altering and addressing the impact of unconscious patterns of interpersonal relating and problematic personality issues.

I look forward to collaboratively sharing my expertise with my clients' to create a mechanism where change can occur and be effectively maintained.

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