About Us

Family Psychology Practice

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Family Psychology Practice is a specialist therapeutic service for children, adolescents and adults.


Our practice is a safe place for individuals and families to explore complex issues. Our work is always evidence based and using best practice approaches.  


Informed by attachment theory, we specialise in the areas of trauma, separations, anxiety, grief, child behaviour, adolescent issues, perinatal depression, addiction and parenting issues.


We believe that small changes, new ideas or a change of perspective can sometimes be the difference that people need.


Our Psychologists and Psychotherapists are fully registered mental health providers. Our Provisional Psychologists are provisionally registered and work under the direct supervision of our Principal Psychologist.  Our Psychologists are Medicare providers. In consultation with a GP, treatment can be provided under Better Access to Mental Health Programme or private funding.

Individual Child or teen Therapy

We provide individual therapy for children and teens 

Individual Adult therapy

We provide therapeutic services to adults

Couple Therapy

We provide services to couples who are wanting to repair relationships


We accept Family Court ordered counselling for  families who are needing support through the Court Process


We provide creative interventions for all ages

Family Therapy

We provide Family Therapy

Training and education

Our practitioners are available for school talks and keynote speaking


We offer professional consultation services

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Katharine Cook
Child and Family Psychologist

Rachel Van Eldik
Cristina Williams
Family Psychology Practice

2a King St, Manly Vale, NSW 2093

Tel: 02 8964 9487

Fax: 02 8078 6696

Email: info@familypsychology.com.au

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Giada napoli
Provisional psychologist
Natalie Mackenzie
Psychotherapist (Dramatherapy)
The Family Psychology Practice acknowledges Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognises the continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures; and to Elders both past and present. 
The Family Psychology Practice is committed to working in partnership with Indigenous  communities to meet the social and emotional wellbeing and mental health needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.