Due to Covid-19, all our bookings are by appointments only.

Dr Diana Wang


Please book online by clicking on the link under the clinician. It is easy, fast and user-friendly, and what’s more, you can use the time that suits your needs.


Unfortunately, some patients exploit the system by making multiple bookings, resulting in long waiting lists. This behaviour also added more work to admin staff. The online deposit of $100 for your appointment secures the appointment with the chosen clinician. The deposit will be credited to your account when you attend the scheduled appointment.

Please note that the above deposit is not refundable if you fail to cancel the appointment 48 hours before.

The patient can call or email the practice to cancel the appointment, but please note that you must be 48 hrs time limit. You have the choice of keeping the deposit when rescheduling the appointment.


Please ring the practice to arrange the refund and cancel the appointment.

If you do not intend to attend the appointment, you will receive your full deposit returned to your credit or debit card.


Dr Diana Wang

Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist (Mandarin speaker)
“My goal is to provide an empathetic, personalised and evidence-based service to my clients, a collaborative approach with my clients is essential to achieve the best care and outcomes.”

I am a general adult psychiatrist and a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP). My practice focuses on a person centred, recovery oriented approach with biological, psychological and social considerations. I believe in the importance of talking therapy and developing connections with each of my clients to allow for a tailored approach of care. Most recently, I am completing advanced training in Psychotherapies with RANZCP.

I graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). Prior to this I worked in the financial sector in various countries such as China and Singapore so I have special awareness of transcultural issues. I completed a degree in Finance and Mathematics at University of New South Wales. I have trained and worked across a variety of public and non-government organisations in hospital and community settings, across south western and central Sydney.

I currently consult at our Carlingford office on [Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays].

Dr Diana Wang​ Specializes In:

  • Depression, Bipolar and anxiety disorders
  • Perinatal psychiatry
  • Personality Issues, stress, grief and interpersonal Conflict
  • Psychodynamic psychotherapy
  • Transcultural issues
  • Trauma related disorders such as PTSD
  • ADHD
What is psychodynamic psychotherapy

Psychotherapy refers to a range of techniques in which talking therapy is the central format. I have a special interest in Psychodynamic psychotherapy, which is an in-depth, long term form of therapy that utilises the relationship between the client and the therapist to draw out the client’s unconscious thinking patterns. It has the aim to assist with life difficulties and to achieve long lasting personal growth. Psychodynamic psychotherapy involves meeting at a regular time at least on a weekly basis. I also have training in cognitive approaches such as CBT.

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