We all know life can be tough sometimes. It can affect our minds, bodies, and hearts (that is, who we are at our core, our spirit). At Resilient Heart Psychology, my hope is that whatever difficulty you are facing, with support you can build the kind of 'resilient heart' that will help you survive, thrive and flourish in life.
Resilient Heart Psychology is a Clinical Psychology practice that provides adult therapy services (for individuals aged 18yrs +).
*New appointments are available from January 2023*
Natasha Herbert, Clinical Psychologist
BA, BPsychSc (Hons), MPsychol(Clin)
I am a Clinical Psychologist and AHPRA Board Approved Supervisor based in Sydney CBD. I have been working with clients on their mental health and wellbeing for 10 years.
My approach is empathic, down-to-earth, and practical. I hope to make you feel empowered, safe and encouraged to make the changes you want to in your life. Whilst this can be difficult, I will work alongside you to guide and cheer-lead you through the process.
I have worked with children, adolescents and adults across multiple settings, including public and private hospitals, clinical research centres, schools, and private practice. I am passionate about helping individuals with a range of difficulties and mental health concerns. I work inclusively with clients from a diverse range of cultural backgrounds, identities (LGBTIQA+), spiritual/religious beliefs and from various walks of life.
I am also passionate about providing support to individuals with eating disorders and body image concerns. I have worked intensively in this area across various Inpatient, Day Program, Outpatient, and private practice settings in NSW for over 8 years. This includes Wesley Hospital Eating Disorder Clinic (Ashfield), Peter Beumont Day Program and the Outpatient Eating Disorder Service (Royal Prince Alfred Hospital). I am trained in CBT-E, SSCM, DBT-ED, CRT and I draw on the Carolyn Costin Model and other approaches. I have had the opportunity to work closely with GPs, Psychiatrists, Dietitians, Occupational therapists, Art Therapists, and Exercise Physiologists, and appreciate the benefit of a multidisciplinary approach to care. I will work with you wholistically, to find your own individual path to recovery.
Alongside working with clients, I have also been a clinical supervisor at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Psychology Clinic, helping provisional psychologists complete their clinical training.
-Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
-Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
-Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
-Schema Therapy (ST)
-Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET)
-Mindfulness-based psychological therapy
-Other Trauma Models
SERVICES & AVAILABILITY
I offer adult therapy for:
-Anxiety (e.g. general, social, health, panic, OCD, specific phobias)
-Mood difficulties (e.g. depression, bipolar)
-Eating disorders (e.g. Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder, Other)
-Body Dysmorphic Disorder
-Emotional difficulties & dysregulation
-Grief and loss
-Feeling 'stuck' or unsure of life direction
-Cultural or family of origin stress
-General support and counselling
-Monday - AM & PM
-Tuesday - AM & PM
-Thursday - AM & PM
-Friday - AM & PM
After hours appointments are available on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Other days & times may be offered on an infrequent basis, dependant on clinician availability.
*Please note: I currently do not provide services under NDIS, WorkCover, or Victims of Crime initiatives at this time.
I also offer supervision for Psychologists generally, and for the Clinical Psychology Registrar pathway.
INDIVIDUAL ADULT THERAPY
CLINICAL SUPERVISION FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS
BOOKINGS & CONTACT DETAILS
If you would like to book in a consultation, please leave me a clear message with your name and contact details.
Phone: 0402 752 704
Fax: 02 9012 0653
Should you need urgent medical or physical assistance please call 000. The number for Lifeline is 13 11 14.
ADDRESS & GETTING THERE
Sydney CBD Practice Address:
Suite 11, Level 7 (Here Completely Rooms)
428 George St (Dymocks Building)
Sydney NSW 2000
*Enter the Dymocks Building (but do not enter the Dymocks book store). Take the lift to Level 7 and turn right. You will see a grey sign labelled 'Here Completely'*
-Closest train stations are Town Hall, St James, Wynyard Station
-Close to QVB light rail stop
-Many stops close by
-15-20 mins walk from Barangaroo & Circular Quay Ferry stops
-Limited parking nearby (and at a cost) please explore options in advance
-However if consult is on a Saturday, there is $12 Saturday All-Day flat rate parking at Wilson Parking - The Domain Car Park (approx. 1km/15min walk).
FEES AND REBATES
Weekday appointments before 5pm:
-The fee for an initial consultation is $250
-The fee for a subsequent consultation is $220
Weekday appointments after 5pm:
-The fee for an initial consultation is $270
-The fee for a subsequent consultation is $240
Current payment options are direct bank deposit only at this time.
From 2023: Better Access/Mental Health Care Plan
If you have a plan in place, and an eligible referral from your GP or Psychiatrist, you may be entitled to a Medicare rebate for 10 sessions per calendar year (dependant on individual circumstances)
Eating Disorder Plan:
If you have a plan in place, and an eligible referral from your GP or Psychiatrist, you may be entitled to a Medicare rebate for 20 to 40 sessions (dependant on individual circumstances)
*The usual Medicare rebate for a 50 minute consultation with a Clinical Psychologist is currently $131.65 per session*
Private Health Rebates:
If not claiming via Medicare, you may be eligible for rebates via your private health fund. Please check directly with your individual provider on rebate amounts and terms/conditions prior, as each fund varies.
*Please note: I am currently unable to process rebates for Medicare and private health on site. On successful payment you will be issued with a receipt which you can use to apply for rebates independently (e.g. the Medicare App; private health fund).
Below are some useful resources which can compliment your therapy experience, or assist while you are waiting for your initial appointment.