The Centre was established by Dr. Nicholas Marlowe, who was trained at The University of Sydney (B.A. Hons.) and The Australian National University (Ph.D. Clinical Psychology).
Dr. Marlowe is a Fellow of the Clinical College of the Australian Psychological Society where he held the positions of Treasurer and Clinical Supervisor for the Psychology and Psychosis Interest Group.
He established the Clinical Psychology program for the Mood Disorders Unit at the Northside Clinic, Sydney in the 1990’s. He has conducted teaching and research within the Department of Psychological Medicine at The University of Sydney and at The Australian College of Applied Psychology. He is an accredited specialist with Barcare, N.S.W. Bar Association.
Dr. Marlowe’s work has been published in international scientific journals and presented at professional and academic conferences in Australia and overseas. He has been featured on SBS-TV, various radio programmes and in the popular press.
Active in his field for over 30 years, Dr. Marlowe’s work integrates the evidence-based cognitive behavioural and interpersonal psychotherapies. His research on the role of ontological insecurity (a sense of self that is not unified or cohesive) in the development of psychological problems has
attracted international attention – see a recent review.
At Macquarie Street Psychology Centre we are committed to the highest standards of professionalism, ethics and confidentiality. We provide the highest standards of care for people with psychological problems. We achieve this by being on the cutting edge of the latest research and innovations in our field.
It takes courage to seek professional help for psychological difficulties and begin the process of examining the way in which we live. Our philosophy is that recovery is best achieved by supporting the person through a readily understood, practical, step by step process that brings rapid relief from suffering. We also believe it is essential to help the person understand how their problems developed and, how they can be prevented. We aim for recovery and relapse prevention.
Following a careful and sensitive assessment of the client’s particular situation, therapy proceeds in a spirit of collaboration and support, with clear goals in mind. We help you generate new perspectives and find the motivation to change.
We can help with a range of problems including:
- Depression (including bipolar patterns)
- Low self-esteem
- Traumatic or abusive experiences
- Relationship & family problems
- Workplace bullying
- Grief & loss
- Drug & alcohol
Find a new perspective and the motivation to change
Take the first step by speaking with us today
Suite 803 Level 8
135-137 Macquarie Street
SYDNEY NSW 2000