Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)


Ensuring Dr Dey’s private practice is a safe and welcoming space for patients and families is her priority. In light of concerns relating to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), staff at Dr Dey’s practice are taking the following precautions to help keep everyone safe.

All appointments with current patients will be via Telehealth until further notice to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus. Please see further information below and a link to news article below for the health basis of this.

- https://www.sbs.com.au/news/this-sydney-doctor-believes-australia-can-avoid-a-covid-19-public-health-crisis-here-s-how

If you are worried about novel coronavirus (COVID-19) or would like more information, please see the links below (information also available in other languages than English):
- https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert
To maintain the best care for her current patients, Dr Dey is not able to accept new patient referrals. All appointments with current patients will be via Telehealth until further notice to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus. Read why at this link >

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
Dr Cybele Dey is a Child, Adolescent and Family Psychiatrist in private practice on the Lower North Shore of Sydney. Dr Dey provides comprehensive psychiatric assessment for children or adolescents with emotional or behavioural problems.

When ongoing therapy is indicated, Dr Dey has expertise in a number of therapies. Dr Dey also links families with other health and educational professionals and who provide a range of psychotherapies and other interventions that can be helpful for children and adolescents.

Dr Dey is a medically qualified doctor with specialist training and experience in the use of psychotropic medication for children and adolescents, however this is considered with the family where other options are insufficient and with the goal of enhancing other non-medication approaches.

Dr Dey has an interest in therapy where parents are included when children or adolescents present with problems. She works in therapeutic models where family members' expertise is valued. Dr Dey sees families with young children to adolescents with problems including Anxiety Disorders and Depressive Disorders, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, developmental factors including giftedness, delay and Autism and medical symptoms including in chronic illness.

New Location

Family Talks Clinic
Level 3
30 Atchinson Street
St Leonards NSW 2065
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