Welcome to Bodhi & Psychology
We are a psychology practice based in the Inner West of Sydney. We value holistic care, the latest in scientific research, and focusing on your needs for an improved life and mental wellbeing. Our clinicians are warm and experienced working with adolescents, families and adults with a range of concerns. Our clinicians are regular invited guests speaking on a range of mental health issues. We also train and supervise emerging psychologists and research and publish in mental health. We look forward to meeting you!
The Bodhi Team in the community & media
Bodhi and Psychology value the importance of human connection, collaboration, social justice, life-time learning and growth.
Who can benefit from therapy?
Dr Cook will be speaking on the Psychologists Are Human Too panel at the AAPi 2024 International Conference.
Listen to Averil's latest guest appearance on Mental Work, an Apple Podcast, discussing Being a Culturally Competent Therapist.
Averil discusses climate change, climate anxiety and how to discuss them with young people for Genus.
Nafisa has co-authored a paper exploring a cross-cultural comparison on the risk of developing clinically significant psychological problems for Muslim adolescents in Australia.
Averil has written an article for Body+Soul Magazine on how women can access psychological support.
Madelyn writes her tips for working from home in WHO magazine.
Averil discusses political psychology and systemic therapeutic approaches with Dr Jasmine B. MacDonald on Jasmine's podcast Psych Attack.
Averil and her colleague Dr Xi Liu discuss issues of race, injustice and decolonising psychological practice in Issue 5 of the The Activist Practitioner.
Averil is featured in WHO Magazine's conversation about therapy and your mental health.
Averil celebrates NAIDOC week and seeks input from Indigenous students as part of the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Steering Committee in a video recording for ACAP.
Madelyn has been interviewed in the Guardian discussing the benefits of "Doona Days" for mental health in the workplace.
Averil will be a guest speaker at the upcoming Super Sunday 2021 Optometry Australia Conference.
In the long-term, we should all ideally aim to choose a workplace that protects and values our mental health.
- Madelyn, on workplace mental health
We would like to acknowledge the Wangal and Gadigal people of the Eora Nation who are the Traditional Custodians of the land on which Bodhi & Psychology practice. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge that this land is stolen land and that sovereignty was never ceded. We work to honour the living culture, knowledge and struggle of Australian Aboriginal peoples.