Dr Juliette Drobny

BSc Psychol. (Hons), MPsychol. (Hons), PhD
Clinical Psychologist


Dr Juliette Drobny is an experienced Clinical Psychologist specialising in anxiety, depression and related psychological conditions.  Australian born, she completed her undergraduate and postgraduate training in Psychology and Clinical Psychology at the University of New South Wales, before completing her PhD at the University of Sydney.

She has worked extensively in both public, private and academic settings.  She was previously Head of the Anxiety Treatment and Research Unit  at Westmead Hospital and a Lecturer with the Discipline of Psychiatry, University of Sydney.  She is currently an Adjunct Senior Lecturer with the Sydney Medical School, the University of Sydney.

For over 25 years Juliette has specialised in the treatment of anxiety and depressive disorders.  She is the co-author of The Sydney Handbook for Anxiety Disorders: A Guide to the Symptoms, Causes and Treatments of Anxiety Disorders. She has developed education programs  for health professionals in Anxiety and Mood Disorders, running online education courses and face to face workshops for GPs and other health professionals across the country for 10 years.  She continues to run lectures on Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) for medical students and regularly provided supervision for intern clinical psychologists, clinical psychologists and psychiatry registrars.  Her research has been published in internationally recognised peer-reviewed journals.

Juliette is a kind and compassionate therapist with a passion for empowering people to achieve their goals through overcoming their fears and unhelpful behaviours.  She uses a range of evidence-based psychological therapies including CBT, mindfulness and schema therapy.  She works closely with psychiatrists and always takes a collaborative approach in her sessions.

She sees people with depression, anxiety, OCD, panic attacks, panic disorder and agorophobia, shyness and social phobia, post-traumatic stress disorder, phobias, generalised anxiety disorder and worry, health anxiety, hoarding disorder and body dysmorphic disorder.  She also sees individuals seeking assistance in improving self-esteem, assertive communication and stress management.

Juliette works with adults and older adults (65+) and adolescents with anxiety disorders and is available for both face-to-face consultations and telehealth appointments.

She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and the Australian Association of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (AACBT).