Marryam  Chehelnabi
Level 3 Trained

Marryam Chehelnabi

MCAP, Master Counselling and Applied Psychotherapy, 2013. MSciMed (TIP) Master Science in Medicine (Trauma Informed Psychotherapy), 2021- current.

Level 1, Suite 105/6-8 Clarke Street Crows Nest NSW  2065 Australia

Provides online therapy

0468 338 9520468 338 952
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Mon - Wed 9am-6pm & Thursday 2pm-6pm

Insurance Accepted


BUPA, Medibank Private, ARHG Funds, AHM

Payment Policies
Credit cards accepted
  • Degree: MasterCounselling&Applied Psychotherapy
  • Field: Trauma-Informed Psychodynamic Therapy
  • Year graduated: 2013
  • Practice since: 2011
  • License states: NSW

Marryam is a Clinical Psychotherapist and has worked in the not-for-profit community services and mental health sectors since 2005 with vulnerable and disadvantaged populations experiencing complex co-morbid conditions. Since 2011, this included extensive experience working in forensic mental health, private hospital, and in-patient clinical settings providing case management, counselling, group therapy and out-patient short, medium, and long-term therapy. After working for years in the not-for-profit, private and Government sectors in both clinical and operational roles, Marryam founded Changes Psychotherapy on 1 January 2014 and has a special interest in trauma and couples work. With individuals, she uses a bio-psycho-social-physiological Conversational Model of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, which is a synthesis of current neuroscience, polyvagal theory, attachment theory, developmental psychology, linguistics, and philosophy. With couples, she uses a research-based approach called the Gottman Method in addition to her clinical training. She is also trained in EMDR and CBT. These approaches are evidenced-based, psychodynamic, relational, integrative, client-centred and trauma-informed.

Special populations

PTSD, CPTSD, BPD, DID, Developmental/Attachment Trauma

  • Online Therapy
  • Individual
  • Couples
  • Marathon Couples Therapy
  • Affairs
  • Dissociative Disorder
  • Domestic Violence
  • Emotional Abuse
  • Pre Marital
  • PTSD
  • Sexual Dysfunction
  • Substance Abuse
Specialized Ages
  • Adults
  • Elders