Clinical Psychology and Allied Health Services
For a healthier future
Delhi Road Clinic is a Clinical Psychology and Allied Health service located in North Ryde.
We offer health services in Psychology and Nutrition
Providing quality health care to North Ryde and the surrounding region
Serving North Ryde, Marsfield, Macquarie Park, East Ryde, West Ryde, Ryde, Eastwood, Epping, Chatswood, Lindfield and other suburbs in the lower north shore area.
Delhi Road Clinic offers services and treatment for a range of mental health issues and illnesses. Read more about Dr Linda Nguy (Clinical Psychologist), Dr Stephanie Groves (Clinical Psychologist) and Esther Wong (Psychologist) to learn more about their areas of expertise and about their fees and services.
Dr Linda Nguy is a Clinical Psychologist and the Director of Delhi Road Clinic located in North Ryde, NSW, Australia. She is trained in the assessment and treatment of older adolescents and adults who may suffer from a wide range of psychiatric illnesses.
Dr Linda Nguy was trained at the University of Sydney where she earned degrees in Bachelor of Psychology, Master of Science and Doctor of Clinical Psychology.
She has trained and worked in Community Health Centres, clinics, and both private and public hospitals where she has done both individual and group therapy. During her time at Northside Clinic (Greenwich, NSW), a Sydney psychiatric hospital, she specialised in the management and treatment of depression and bipolar disorder. She was also the co-founder of the Bipolar Disorder group therapy program based at Northside Clinic.
Stephanie is a warm and caring therapist who has been committed to obtaining the best possible outcomes for her clients for more than 10 years. She has trained and worked in a variety of public and private settings, working with both individuals and groups.
Stephanie has experience assessing and treating a range of mental health issues that might be having a negative impact on your quality of life. These might include issues relating to mood management, anxiety, adjusting to unexpected or changing life circumstances, unhelpful or destructive life patterns, relationship issues, work life balance and poor self esteem.
Drawing on research evidence, Stephanie will carefully tailor treatment to meet your specific needs. The goal of treatment is to help you live a more meaningful and satisfying life.
Stephanie’s qualifications include a BA (Education and Psychology), BSocSci(Psychology)(Honours) and a DPsych(Clinical). Her Honours thesis examined aspects of Postnatal Depression and her Doctoral thesis explored Beliefs about Emotion and Control in relation to disordered eating.
Psychologist Registration Board Registration Number: PSY1212660
Esther Wong is a registered psychologist. She completed her Bachelor of Science (Psychology) at the University of New South Wales and her Master of Psychology (Clinical Psychology) at University of Wollongong.
During and since her postgraduate training, she has worked in numerous mental health settings including university clinics, both child/adolescent & adult community mental health services, hospital specialist services and non-government agencies.
She has experience in providing assessment and treatment to people with various mental health issues, and in providing therapy to people with relationship problems, adjustment issues or parenting issues. She is a bilingual psychologist and has been able to extend her psychological services to people from the Chinese communities namely Cantonese and Mandarin speaking.
She predominantly uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy as the treatment approach to help clients identify their goals in therapy and achieve treatment outcomes.
She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and is a board-approved supervisor for provisional psychologists.
Lisa Snowdon is the on-site nutritionist who is available to provide you with nutritional information and support to help you achieve your goals related to good nutrition and healthy eating.
Lisa Snowdon is a qualified Nutritionist and professional member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society.
Lisa helps educate her clients about their diets, lifestyles and any health challenges they may have; this empowers them to take control of their own wellbeing. Clients are taught lifelong methods for dealing with the health challenges facing them in the modern world.
Treatment plans are individually tailored to each client depending on the challenges they face and the results they are looking for. This holistic approach to health and wellbeing can be applied to the following areas:
ADHD, Autism & behavioural challenges in children
Asthma & allergy management
Developing a weight loss program
Digestive complaints: (IBS, constipation, bloating etc)
Improving sports performance
Increasing energy levels
Individualised detox programs
Optimising health as a prevention strategy
PMS, PCOS, period pain
Reducing cholesterol levels
Strengthening the immune system
Stress & mood management
Lisa is passionate about food, healthy lifestyles and your wellbeing and can share easy to prepare, healthy recipes and snack ideas. Her methods revolve around developing realistic solutions that fit into people’s everyday lives.
At your first appointment Lisa will document your full health history and identify your current lifestyle and dietary habits. To aid this, bring a list of any medication and supplements you are currently taking and any recent medical test results you have.
After assessing diet, lifestyle and environmental factors, a treatment plan is established tailored to your specific needs. Dietary and lifestyle changes comprise the major part of the treatment plan aimed at correcting current imbalances. Sometimes supplements can be helpful to regain a balance in the clients’ health and will be recommended where appropriate.
Advanced Diploma of Nutritional Medicine (Nature Care College)
Senior First Aid Certificate
Diploma of Swedish Massage
Professional member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society – membership number: 23731
* Delhi Road Clinic is not a crisis service. If you have immediate concerns for your safety or the safety of others please contact you local mental health crisis service available at your local mental health centre, go to the nearest hospital, call someone you trust or call Lifeline (13 11 14). All these options are available 24 hours per day.