Michael Cheung Psychologist Mind Health Parramatta

Michael Cheung

BSci(Psych), GradDipPsych, BPsych(Hons), DipPsychPrac

Consultant Psychologist

Michael Cheung is a Psychologist with extensive experience working with adolescents and adults who are experiencing emotional, social, behavioural and mental health difficulties.

Michael has worked in a wide range of settings including private, public, research and community e.g. Beyondblue, Lifeline support services, Headspace, Disability Services, Universities, the Department of Health and Quitline.

Having spent much of his life overseas he has a culturally sensitive therapeutic approach. He also enjoys working with clients across the lifespan; from young adolescents to geriatrics. Michael has a particular interest in working with individuals with transitional issues.

Michael works collaboratively with his clients to reach their treatment goals by providing individualised support, utilising psychometrics and evidence-based therapies. These include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness.

His clinical interventions encompass the mind-body connection and compassion for self and others. His clients describe him as insightful, approachable and compassionate. Michael is passionate about helping clients achieve positive change in their lives, build resilience and foster stronger relationships.

Areas of Expertise

Treatments Offered

Assessments & Interventions

Mental Health Assessment / Reporting

SIRA WorkCover NSW / CTP

Support Letters

Centrelink (e.g. DSP application)

Department of Housing

Student/University Reports

NDIS Review Reports

Availability

Wednesdays 9am – 5pm

In-person or telehealth consults available

By appointment only

Languages

English, Cantonese and Mandarin Chinese

Client Types

Adult (Men & Women)

Adolescent / Teenagers (13+)

Couples

Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD)

Injured Workers

LGTBTIQ+

People with disabilities

Older adults