Maja Czerniawska


Adult ADHD + Autism

Mood Disorders

Adolescent Therapy

Anxiety & Depression


Eating Disorders

Grief & Loss



Rates & Availability

Standard Fee is $255.00
Senior Psychologist
($93.35 Medicare Rebate available*)
Out-of-pocket is $161.65

Days: Tues, Thur
Online via video call

* The Medicare rebate is available to clients under the Better Access to Mental Health Care initiative.

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Mindfulness integrated CBT

Art Therapy



Get to know Maja

Maja is a Senior Psychologist who brings an inspiring, creative edge to her sessions. Maja is also a Registered Art Therapist, and so may utilise the transformative and healing qualities of creativity as part of the therapy process. This ability to utilise art inside the therapy room helps encourage expression, exploration and play, and offers an alternative way to working through your challenges and difficulties. Best of all no artistic ability is required!

“What lies behind us and what lies ahead of us are tiny matters compared to what lives within us.”
– Henry David Thoreau
Psychologist Sydney CBD, Art Therapy

With over fourteen years experience, Senior Psychologist Maja works collaboratively, utilising a range of therapy styles, predominantly Mindfulness based strategies, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).

Having developed a reputation for her inquisitive, warm and down-to-earth nature in the therapy room, Maja is passionate about supporting you through your challenges and helping you work towards a positive future.

Senior Psychologist Maja’s tip for dealing with anxiety

“Anxiety is a normal part of the human experience. When you notice some uncomfortable feelings, try to take a moment to check in with yourself.

Ask, “What am I feeling? What’s going through my mind right now?” Noticing in this way allows for an opportunity to take a step away from the experience and remind yourself that thoughts are just thoughts, not facts.

Include some mindfulness in your daily life. This can be as simple as paying deliberate attention to how that morning cup of tea tastes, or really listening to the lyrics of your favourite songs. Or take try a meditation course or yoga classes.

Checking in with yourself as you go through your day helps cultivate mindfulness, which then grows your ability to observe rather than react to your thoughts and feelings.”

Outside the Therapy Room…

“You can find me making art and wandering around art galleries like White Rabbit in Chippendale, taking in inspiration. I love a dip in the ocean, hanging with family and friends, checking out live music and I am currently trying to master the headstand in yoga class.”

Psychologist Sydney CBD