Dr Navit Gohar-Kadar


Anxiety & Stress





Grief & Loss

Couples Therapy

Personality Disorders

Trauma Work

Rates & Availability

Standard Fee is $295.00
Clinical Psychologist
($137.05 Medicare Rebate available*)
Out-of-pocket is $157.95

Couples Fee is $350.00 (No Medicare Rebate)

Days: Tues, Wed, 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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Sensitive & Gentle



Get to know Navit

Navit is a compassionate Clinical Psychologist who is dedicated to helping you navigate the complexities of the human experience. In the therapy room, she offers a warm and welcoming space where you can freely express yourself without fear of judgment.

Navit therapeutic approach is rooted in psychodynamic principles, but she also draws from a range of modalities such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy (EFIT) and Mindfulness to tailor the treatment to your unique needs.

By working together, you will be encouraged to explore thoughts and emotions, develop greater self-understanding, and cultivate a more mindful approach to life.

“Man’s main task in life is to give birth to himself, to become what he potentially is. The most important product of his effort is his own personality.”
– Erich Fromm
Sydney Psychology Practice

Over the years, Navit has assisted hundreds of clients in overcoming challenges such as anxiety, depression, trauma, and relationship issues. It is her passion to help you on a journey towards healing, self-acceptance, and personal growth. She invites you to take this transformative journey with her as your guide and support.

Her primary goal is to help you develop greater self-understanding, self-acceptance and foster a more mindful approach to life.


Navit’s Focus Areas:

Depression •  Anxiety • ADHD •  Mood Difficulties  •  Managing Stress • Life Transitions • Improving Physical and Emotional Wellbeing • Motivation • Self-confidence and Self-esteem Issues • Parenting Difficulties • Managing Stress • Life Crises • Family • Couples Therapy • Relationship Difficulties • Trauma • PTSD • Cross-Cultural Psychology •  Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Therapy • Grief and Loss • Burnout • Difficulty Managing Chronic Pain  •  Chronic Medical Conditions •  LGBTQIA+ Issues

Navit’s Tips for Developing Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

Our ability to understand both our own emotions as well as those of other people relies on our emotional intelligence (EQ). We know today that EQ can be often more important and beneficial than IQ. EQ is mostly developed through our social interactions.

A great way to improve our EQ is to practice the following strategies:

  • Carefully assess your own emotional reactions.
  • Record your experiences and emotions in a journal.
  • Try to see situations from the perspective of another person.

What I’m reading…


“This is a great book to learn and/or teach Mindfulness. The book begins by walking you through your relationship with your thoughts and emotions, helping you uncover the source of and fluctuations of your inner energy. It then delves into what you can do to free yourself from the habitual thoughts, emotions and energy patterns that limit your consciousness.”

Outside the therapy room…

“Travelling within and across countries and cultures has been always a huge source of inspiration and enlightenment. Meeting new people from different cultures and visiting new places allows me to develop my curiosity and motivation to life. I enjoy sharing this passion with family and together we strive to use opportunities for travel to learn and develop our understanding of life and of our human nature.”