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Srishti Yadav

Srishti is a warm and empathic Clinical Psychologist, who cares deeply about her clients' wellbeing and strives to ensure that they feel valued and supported throughout the therapy process. Srishti is dedicated to creating a welcoming and non-judgemental space that allows you to freely and safely explore your individual experiences. 

Srishti understands that each person's journey is different, and believes in tailoring therapy to suit your unique needs and goals. She has a background in clinical research, which combined with her postgraduate training, informs her evidence-based approach to therapy.

Srishti has many years of clinical experience and has trained in both inpatient and outpatient psychology settings, including at the University of New South Wales Psychology Clinic, the Sydney Children’s Hospital and the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. In addition to her current role in private practice, Srishti is concurrently working at a research and treatment clinic that delivers the most up-to-date treatments for individuals affected by posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Srishti is not only dedicated to supporting individuals in a clinical setting but is also passionate about delivering accessible mental health information and strategies to wider audiences. She frequently conducts webinars and information sessions for large organisations, covering topics such as stress and anxiety management, cultivating self-compassion, and establishing mindfulness practices. Notably, she has collaborated with prominent companies including Twitter, Intel, Atlassian, and Visa.

Srishti is accepting new clients for both face-to-face and telehealth sessions. 

Srishti is a Clinical Supervisor and is currently available to supervise psychology interns, clinical psychology registrars and registered psychologists. Read more here.  


Areas of Expertise

Srishti has a strong interest in supporting adolescents and adults who are experiencing difficulties with:

  • A range of anxiety disorders, including excessive worry, OCD, social and performance anxiety, phobias and panic attacks

  • Depression, low mood and difficulties related to grief and loss

  • Trauma from physical or sexual assaults, motor vehicle accidents, or other life-threatening incidents

  • Culturally-sensitive concerns, including difficult family relationships or pressures. Srishti has a particular interest in working with children of immigrants.

  • Adjustment disorders in response to major life changes, such as injuries, relationship loss or job loss

  • Eating difficulties, including restricted eating, binge eating, body image issues

  • Stress and burnout in the context of work, home or studies

Treatment Types

Srishti uses evidence-based treatments to support clients to meet their needs. She predominantly uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), as it is one of the most well-researched and effective therapies for a range of psychological difficulties and is considered a front-line treatment for anxiety disorders, depression, PTSD and eating concerns.

Srishti has also trained in a number of other treatment modalities that complement CBT, including:

  • Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)

  • Schema therapy

  • Mindfulness-based therapies​


Srishti has completed extensive undergraduate and postgraduate training in Psychology, including a Bachelor of Psychology with Honours (First Class) and a Masters of Clinical Psychology (with Excellence), both from the University of New South Wales.

She is a registered Clinical Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia and is a member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA).

Srishti is also a registered provider with the NSW State Insurance Regulatory Authority and can see clients under an approved Work Cover or CTP claim. She also sees clients through Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA). 

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