Dr Wei Wang

General Psychologist

“The wise are hardly disorientated; the benevolent are hardly worried, and the courageous are hardly apprehensive” – Confucius

Wei works Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and is currently taking new clients. Wei provides individual psychological consultation and support on a range of presenting issues. He has ample experience working with clients from various backgrounds including university students as well as various age groups. In therapy, Wei encourages and supports clients to develop and cultivate their inner strength so that they are able to increase their coping capacity with independence and confidence. Wei can also provide therapy in English or Mandarin. 


  • Adjustment disorder
  • Anger Management
  • Anxiety and phobia
  • Assertiveness Skills
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Depression and Low Mood                                                                                                             
  •  Emotion Dysregulation
  • Grief and Loss
  • Life Transition/Cultural Adaptation
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Panic Attacks
  • Parenting
  • Self-Identity issues
  • Self-Esteem Issues
  • Stress Management, Relaxation and Mindfulness
  • Trauma 


PhD in Psychology, University of Wollongong


Wei holds a PhD in psychology and worked as an academic in Australian universities for many years before he put the theories into practice and started working in the private sector as a General Psychologist. Wei has been a registered psychologist since 1997 and is committed to providing client-centred psychological therapy using evidence-based techniques to improve, enhance and strengthen psychological health. These techniques include Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and mindfulness. 

Wei also has a special interest in emotional health, resilience and wellbeing for adolescents, parents and families. He can help with education / academic performance, intellectual assessment, school issues, self-esteem and self-development, shyness and social skills, and parenting skills. Wei also has a special interest in cross-cultural therapy and in helping people from other cultures deal with the psychological challenges of adapting to new and unfamiliar environments. 

When not at Lilley Place Wei likes to relax by reading and listening to music. He also embraces nature and likes to immerse himself in it to enjoy the sense of harmony.


Everyone deserves to feel better