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Dr Howpage has many other leadership roles as the Clinical Director of the Windsor Road Private Clinic at the Hills Private Hospital, Staff Specialist, Northern Sydney Area Mental Health Services at Hornsby hospital. In the community she is the president of the Hills Mental Health Interagency, The Women’s Shed Hills Shire and the Mind Connections Foundation. She is the founding chair of the Positive Vibes Foundation, an ACNC registered charity organisation from 2014 – 2018. She is a conjoint lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine, Western Sydney University. She takes great pleasure in training young doctors for tomorrow.
Dr Jaspreet Singh is an experienced and evidence base driven Psychiatrist and he sees patients from early adolescent age group. He is a member of the AHPRA and a fellow of the RANZCP and has worked as a consultant psychiatrist at various public hospitals both in regional and metropolitan NSW as well as Queensland.
Following MBBS, his passion drove him to take up psychiatry training in the internationally renowned Post Graduate Institutes of Medical Education and Research in Chandigarh, India, where he completed his initial training and conducted clinically relevant research.
He was awarded the World Psychiatric Association- Young scientist award and later, sponsored membership of the International Society of Bipolar disorders for his critical research on Dual diagnosis in Bipolar disorder.
He has developed and maintained a special interest in Bipolar disorders, ADHD and the overlap of personality and mental illness especially Borderline personality as well as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Substance abuse is common across all these leading to a dual diagnosis presentation.
In addition, he is also experienced in preparing medicolegal reports for patients and work cover related consultations.
In addition to clinical work, Dr Singh also has a special interest in teaching and education and conducted workshops and mentored junior and senior registrars preparing for RANZCP exams
Dr Singh is available for outpatient consultations at Bella Vista and Carlingford and has admitting rights to the Windsor Rd Clinic at the Baulkham Hills private Hospital, and Norwest Private Hospital. He is fluent in Hindi and Panjabi languages.
He is available for urgent and non-urgent consultations and assistance to GPs from Tuesday to Saturday from 9 am till 5 pm.
Dr Jayalath trained is a psychiatrist in St Mary’s and Charing Cross Hospital in London. He has worked as a Consultant Psychiatrist in the United Kingdom (UK) and in Australia since 2006.
He has won four clinical excellence awards in the UK and was a finalist for the national award for development of innovative clinical services in the UK in 2011.
Dr Jayalath works as Senior Consultant psychiatrist at the Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney. He also provides expert consultancy service to ACT Health.
He has experience in teaching medical students and trainee psychiatrists at Cambridge University, Australian National University and University of Sydney.
AFTER HOUR SERVICE FOR PATIENTS
Dr Jayalath is available for after hours services for urgent patients on Tuesday 1.00 pm-8.30 pm and on Thursday 6.00 pm-9.00pm in addition to full Saturdays.
Dr ISMAIL is a consultant psychiatrist and a Fellow of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists. He works with people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. He has had his medical education, psychiatric training, teaching experience and career in India, the UK and Australia.
Dr Ismail provides comprehensive psychiatric care both in the inpatient and outpatient settings. He works as a consultant psychiatrist at Nepean hospital.
He currently consults at our Norwest office on Tuesdays.
Dr Amit Gupta graduated from University of New South Wales in 2005, and subsequently completed physician training in Concord, Westmead and Nepean Hospitals prior to completing specialisation with FRACP being obtained in 2018.
His clinical privileges include Nepean Hospital, Holroyd Private Hospital and in the near future, Minchinbury Community Hospital and Westmead Rehab Hospital. He also provides home visits for the frail elderly and visit patients in residential care facilities.
Dr Jasbeer Kaur is a Rehabilitation Medicine Physician with more than a decade experience in neurological disorders. Dr Kaur is the Head of Department – Spinal Unit at Royal North Shore Hospital. Jessy specialises in traumatic spinal cord injuries, chronic diseases and general rehabilitation.
She has Visiting Medical Officer ( VMO) positions at leading and reputable rehabilitation facilities across Sydney namely Lady Davidson Rehabilitation Hospital Hirondelle Private Hospital & The Hills Private Hospital.
She is an authorised health practitioner with the State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA ) having completed permanent impairment training in the NSW Workers compensation scheme and CTP Scheme. She works with IMMEX (Specialised Occupational Health Practice) as a Consultant providing independent medical reports.
Mr Craig is a consultant psychologist with over 25 years of experience. He has worked in private practices in the Hills area since 1990.
Mr Craig has extensive experience with school children and adults and is accredited by NSW work cover as a Whole Person Impairment (WPI) assessor.
Rosemary Hawke is a registered Psychologist with a Masters in Educational/Developmental Psychology with twenty years of experience. Rosemary has worked extensively in schools and conducts psychometric assessments to assess and diagnose developmental concerns (e.g. learning, behavioural & social).
Rosemary employs many different therapeutic approaches including CBT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness training for depression/anxiety and the Gottman framework in relationship/family counselling. Rosemary tailor’s treatment around the client’s goals and needs using evidence-based clinical approaches.
Paul has experience treating clients with a number of presentations. These include, but are not limited to depression, anxiety, acute stress disorder, PTSD, OCD, phobias, panic disorder and adjustment disorder.
Paul has 8 years’ experience providing psychological services in schools. His duties have included counselling services, psychometric assessment, diagnosis and liaising with NGOs and third parties in supporting individuals and families with complex welfare needs.