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Haydee Katz, Clinical Psychologist, My Space Pscyhology

Haydee Katz
Clinical Psychologist

Clinic Days: Mon, Tue

Haydee holds a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Technology Sydney and an Honours degree in Psychology from Macquarie University. Haydee is registered with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is a member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA).


Haydee is a warm, personable therapist and believes it is a great privilege to sit alongside people during their most challenging moments and ensure they feel safe, heard and understood. Haydee approaches therapy with a strong sense of compassion and patience to allow each person’s unique story to unfold in its own time. Haydee prioritises and feels passionate about the process of collaboration and rapport building to create a space where individuals feel genuinely empowered to overcome their unique obstacles.


In the past, Haydee has worked across various settings, including university clinics, acute mental health hospital settings and out-patient hospital settings, leading group therapy. She has gained experience working with adults presenting with generalised anxiety, social anxiety, stress, depression, low self-esteem, trauma, adjustment, grief, addiction, chronic pain, and difficulties with romantic and family relationships. Haydee has a special interest in health psychology and aims to help clients adjust to challenging life circumstances while making meaningful and long-lasting change. In addition to private practice, Haydee works at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, where she provides tailored psychological support to cancer patients and their families.


Haydee really enjoys working with children, adolescents and families. She has worked at the Centre for Emotional Health Clinic (CEHC), helping children and parents learn skills to manage difficulties such as mood, anxiety and relationships. Haydee strongly values helping young people make sense of adjustments and challenges and find meaning within what can feel daunting and overwhelming. Prior to her psychological training, Haydee was a swimming teacher where she loved working with children to help them feel safe and brave, alongside developing new skills.


With a caring client-centred approach, Haydee flexibly tailors therapy and offers brief and long term treatment, drawing on various modalities such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness practices, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Schema Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Attachment-based psychotherapy. She hopes to help people look inward to create space for self-reflection, self-compassion and self-growth, and look outwards, to make meaningful life changes in their world.

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