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Niyati Roy

Niyati Roy

Clinical Psychologist


Niyati is an empathetic and compassionate psychologist who aims to create a comfortable and non-judgemental space for her clients. She believes that therapy is a collaborative journey to develop skills and strategies that make a positive impact on life. Niyati has worked in community mental health settings, non-government organisations, and tertiary psychological services. Niyati enjoys working with adolescents, young adults and adults.

Niyati has a particular interest in working with young people with eating disorders. She understands that eating disorders are a complex mental illness and the prospect of treatment has a unique set of challenges. By providing an individualised and evidence-based treatment approach, Niyati aims to instill self-compassion and hope for the client so they can experience more joy and freedom in their relationship with food. She aims to support her clients to develop a healthy relationship with food, be more comfortable in their body, and feel empowered in all aspects of their life. Niyati understands the importance of early intervention and education and works with families to enhance their knowledge of eating disorders.

Special Interests

  • Working with adolescents
  • Eating disorders and Body image concerns
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Trauma and Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Mood disorders

Therapy Approaches

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • Maudsley Family Based Treatment (MFBT)
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – Enhanced (CBT-E)
  • Specialist Supportive Clinical Management (SSCM)
  • Schema Therapy
  • Motivational Interviewing


  • Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) – Macquarie University
  • Masters of Clinical Psychology – Macquarie University

Memberships & Registrations

  • Psychology Board of Australia (Registration Number: PSY0002393606)
  • Australian Psychology Society
  • Australia & New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders