Agatha Niezabitowski is a Clinical Psychologist and member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA). She completed her undergraduate and Clinical Psychology Master’s degree at Macquarie University. Her dissertation explored the associations of social anxiety, ostracism and self-regulation. Agatha has worked in private practice and in hospital settings for over 10 years. Hospital settings include Macquarie Psychiatric Hospital, Northside Hospital, and Westmead Hospital in Medical Psychology as well as their outpatients’ eating disorders units. She has gained experience with a wide range of acute and chronic psychological conditions.
Agatha specialises in working with adults and adolescents experiencing depression, anxiety, phobias, stress, grief and bereavement, adjustment conditions, health anxiety, and eating disorders. She has a special interest in trauma and eating disorders. Agatha has been trained in various therapeutic orientations including Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and Schema Therapy. Agatha also incorporates attachment theory and psychodynamic orientations into her approach.
Agatha provides short and long term psychotherapy. Her main focus is to provide a warm, therapeutic space for clients to process their concerns, to connect to where individuals are at, and use tailored psychological approaches to create meaningful change.
She is available Tuesday to Friday and offers some afterhours consultations.