Dr Dey’s private practice is officially closing on Monday 28th February 2022.
“I could not ignore the substantial published medical evidence of links between increasing serious self-harm, including mental health admissions and deaths from suicide, and hotter and more humid weather.”

Dr Dey is moving into climate and mental health research and advocacy. For information and resources, please see below.

Dr Cybele Dey

MBBS Uni Syd (Hons 1), FRANZCP (Adv Cert Child Psychiatry), FRACP (Paeds), M. Psychiatry (NSWIOP)
Certificate in Family Systems Theory and Practice
For parents, young people and children seeking child and adolescent psychiatrists
Your General Practitioner is the medical practitioner to see first and to support you in seeking help with mental health concerns, including referral for child and adolescent psychiatry consultation.

If you, your General Practitioner or other mental health professional needs to find a child and adolescent psychiatrist, this link from the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists may be helpful https://www.yourhealthinmind.org/find-a-psychiatrist
When waiting to see a child and adolescent psychiatrist
Other online resources that may be helpful when waiting to see a child and adolescent psychiatrist (in consultation with your General Practitioner and other health professionals they may refer you to, such as a clinical child and adolescent psychologist), please see below;




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Climate change: The invisible impact
NSW Doctor    January 27, 2022
Psychiatrist Dr Cybele Dey is raising awareness about the impact of climate change on our mental health.
Read the full article >
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Report: How Climate Change Affects Mental Health In Australia
Doctors for the Environment Australia    October 11, 2021
Carmela Ferraro

This report discusses climate change and mental health, including mental illness and suicide, effective responses and areas where further research is needed.
Read the full report >
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The mental health impacts of climate change: Position statement 106
The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists    December 2021
This position statement recognises the mental health impacts of climate change and supports policy change that addresses these impacts.
Read the full position statement >

I wish to acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation and the Darug People as the First Nations people of the lands on which I live and work, whose sovereignty was never ceded, and pay my respects to Elders, Past, Present and Emerging