June Gay is an experienced Psychologist with an Honours degree in Psychology and a Master of Counselling Psychology. June is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society and registered with APHRA.  June is fully vaccinated for COVID19.

June focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of adults, with the following presenting issues:


  • Anxiety disorders

  • Depression and mood disorders

  • Self esteem and confidence

  • Coping with stress and pressure

  • Grief and loss

  • Terminal or serious illness support

  • LGBTIQ+ mental health 

  • Divorce and separation distress

  • Positive parenting techniques, including behaviour management

  • Communication and assertiveness skills

  • Work related stress, workplace problems, bullying and harassment

  • Adjustment and change, including expatriation, cultural adjustment issues

  • Conflict resolution skills 

Please refer to FAQ section for information on telehealth, face-to-face appointments and June's Practice hours.  


Central to June's practice is an authentic, trusting, safe and empathic therapeutic

relationship, which research has shown to be the most important factor in successful

counselling.  June is widely travelled and open-minded, with a deep respect for

diversity.  June offers an equal, culturally sensitive and inclusive therapy experience. 


June (she/her)  is a LGBTIQ+ ally.

June uses evidence based psychological techniques that scientific research and experience have shown to be most effective for each client and their unique issues.  You will be supported as you explore past and current issues, in a safe place where you can openly express your feelings and thoughts.   You will be assisted to create a framework for personal change.   


June strictly adhere to the guidelines outlined in the APS Code of Ethics.  Psychologists safeguard the confidentiality of information obtained during the provision of psychological services.  Information will not be released without your written permission.  The exceptions to the guarantee of confidentiality are:

  • with the consent of a client or a person with legal authority to act on behalf of a client;

  • there is a legal obligation to do so;

  • there is an immediate and specified risk of harm to an identifiable person or persons that can be averted only by disclosing information

With your consent, June will collaborate with GP’s, Psychiatrists, WorkCover and other health professionals to ensure that all factors contributing to psychological distress are addressed.  If you are referred under Medicare or WorkCover, this is a requirement, and written permission will be requested in the forms you complete for your first appointment.

June has volunteered as an Ethics teacher for many years, through Primary Ethics.

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Suite 105, Level 1, 781 Pacific Highway, Chatswood  NSW  2067