Over the past fifteen years Patricia has taught at Macquarie University, worked in private practice for 12 years and was the mood disorders unit Program Coordinator for the private psychiatric hospital, The Northside Clinic. She is a member of The Clinical College of the Australian Psychological Society, is the NSW Branch Chair of the Australian Association of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (AACBT*) and also holds a Masters Degree in Organisational Psychology.
*The AACBT is a non-profit organisation which promotes the scientific approach to understanding cognitions and behaviours in applied settings. It is a multidisciplinary association for professionals with an interest in the application of Cognitive Behaviour Therapies (CBT, ACT, DBT, Family Systems for example) to help alleviate individual and group difficulties.
Patricia sees clients with complex backgrounds and is particularly interested in assisting people in adjusting in times of transition and high stress. High stress events include job changes, health issues, pregnancy, fertility and relationship issues amongst others. She is highly experienced in working with those who have had difficult childhood and family experiences. Patricia sees clients on both a short and long term basis.
Jack helps men, women, and adolescents overcome emotional, relationship, and psychological problems and lead happier and more rewarding lives. He has a warm, approachable and professional manner.
He has training and experience in a number of therapies including Cognitive Behaviour, Psychodynamic, Systemic Family, and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy. Although the type of therapy used can be important, research shows that the most significant factor in successful therapy is you and how well you work with your particular therapist. He has taught counselling and psychology at the Australian College of Applied Psychology where he has also managed the College’s psychologist supervision and registration program. His doctoral research was in the area of male child sexual abuse and self-harm / suicidal behaviour as well as grief counselling. His post-graduate training focused on adolescents, general adult mental health, and bereavement. Previously he was psychologist and manager of Selah, a unique suicide prevention counselling clinic associated with St Vincent’s Private Hospital.
Dr Yoon Mei Ho joined RTH in 2011. As a general paediatrician she see a wide variety of patients and is an invaluable member of the team at Rozelle Total Health.
Dr Phil Yeung underwent ENT surgical training in Sydney, rotating through multiple teaching hospitals. He received Fellowship of the Australasian College of Surgeons in 2004. He subsequently underwent further advanced training in sinus surgery (Singapore General Hospital 2004) and in ear surgery (Queens Medical Centre/U of Nottingham 2005). Dr Yeung is a visiting ENT consultant at two public teaching hospitals and operates at several private hospitals in the Inner West.
Dr Matthew Davies specialises in the pharmacological and psychological treatments of mood, psychotic and anxiety disorders. He completed his medical training in 2001 at the University of Sydney. He has a varied training experience including General Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Psychiatry of Old Age, Forensic Psychiatry, Drug and Alcohol as well as research at the Clinical Research Unit for Anxiety Disorders (CRUfAD) at St Vincent’s Hospital, Darlinghurst with Prof. Gavin Andrews. Matthew currently works as Staff Specialist: The Sutherland Hospital, Caringbah; and as Visiting Medical Officer at Wesley Private Hospital, Kogarah; and Wagga Wagga Base Hospital.
Member of Australian Menopause Society
Linda has been working in General Practice in the area since Balmain Power Station was still standing - initially in Birchgrove at Balmain Family Practice before joining Rozelle Total Health. She also assists in gynaecological surgery. Linda is affiliated with RPAH to provide Antenatal Shared Care.
Having migrated from Singapore, Linda went to school in Sydney before training in Medicine at UNSW. She then did further training in Childrens Health and General Practice, Psychiatry and Geriatrics - some of that in the UK.
Linda is a woman of mixed race, an imperfect Christian, mother of sons and wife. She enjoys building long term relationships with patients to foster ongoing wholistic healthcare and healthy lifestyles. She is interested in helping people establish realistic goals for their health and encouraging them to achieve them. She knows it is a privilege to be a part of many special and challenging moments in people’s lives.
Erika graduated from medicine at the University of Sydney in 2004 after having previously completed a Bachelor of Science at the University of New South Wales in 1998. She trained at Royal North Shore and Hornsby Hospital before moving to the UK. Upon returning to Australia she obtained her fellowship to the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She has a family planning certificate from Family Planning NSW. She joined Rozelle Total Health in 2013 after returning to work from maternity leave. She has a broad range of interests in General Practice and enjoys the continuity of care.
Irmgard Pascoe has many years of experience in general practice in the eastern suburbs and inner west. She studied medicine at the University of Newcastle, graduating in 1989. She entered the Family Medicine Programme, and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She has postgraduate qualifications in Nutrition from Deakin University and is a member of the Australian Lifestyle Medicine Association and the Nutrition Society of Australia. She is also the NSW Medical Officer for the Church Missionary Society. She joined Rozelle Total Health in 2009.
Caroline studied medicine in Britain at Leicester University. She worked for 5 years in a Melbourne Practice before moving to Sydney and joining Rozelle Total Health in 2013. She has experience working in child health, obstetrics and gynecology and sexual health. Caroline performs skin cancer checks and minor surgery at the practice.
Catherine joined Rozelle Total Health in 2009 and is delighted to be part of a team committed to the highest standards of care. She values the continual learning environment which allows the practice to provide excellent services. Catherine now has 25 years of general practice experience, and particularly likes getting to know clients in the long term.
She is also interested in spiritual issues, and is a practicing Christian attending church in Annandale.