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Mark Boyce

Mark Boyce

Clinical Psychologist

Hello and welcome. Here you'll find some information about my training and experience, and my style of therapy. I look forward to working with you. 

- Mark is currently available Monday - Friday, and he is accepting new clients -


Clinical Experience

Mark completed his Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and Master of Psychology (Clinical Psychology) degrees at Western Sydney University, where he was twice awarded the University Medal for Outstanding Scholarship.

He has gone on to complete further training across a range of domains, including advanced CBT and DBT training for a range of disorders. Mark otherwise continues to remain up-to-date by keeping tabs on emerging research, attending regular seminars, and talking shop with esteemed colleagues.

Mark is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia and can provide Clinical Psychology Services with Medicare. Mark is a member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA) and the Australian Association for Cognitive and Behavioural Therapy (AACBT).

Mark is also a board-approved supervisor for other psychologists.

Mark has been practicing in the Penrith area for over a decade, and exclusively since 2021. Until then, he was also practicing in the renowned SOCAD Clinic, which specialises in the treatment of a range of severe anxiety disorders and OCD.

Mark has also previously worked in a variety of private and public settings, including Wesley Private Hospitals at Kogarah and Ashfield, Nepean and Blacktown Hospitals, and University clinics.

While studying, he commenced teaching undergraduate and post-graduate psychology, and conducted research with the MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour, and Development.

Interests and style

Mark has a particular interest in the treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive and Relative Disorders, such as OCD, Trichotillomania, Skin-Picking Disorder and Body-Dysmorphic Disorder. The treatment he offers will be evidence-based, based upon your specific set of symptoms and in keeping with your specific goals.

In session, Mark will treat you like anyone else. It'll be a conversation with direction. He'll talk to you, listen to you, ask you things, and suggest things. At all times, he'll be offering you as practical an approach to psychological therapy as possible.

Mark is currently taking clients aged 16 years or older, though by arrangement may see younger clients if they have OCD. 

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