How to get here
Public transport
Our Neutral Bay clinic is best accessible by car or bus. There is a bus interchange at Neutral Bay Junction on Military road that is a 1 minute walk from the clinic where the B-line stops. 


If you are driving, there is free 2-hour street parking available on Wycombe Road, Yeo St, Rangers Road and most of the side streets.

What is around the area?
In terms of cafes, Cafe Free across the road is our favourite. There's also a Bourke Street Bakery about a 5 minute walk from the clinic.

Meet the Neutral Bay Clinic

Danielle , TMS Clinician

In her 11 years of employment Danielle has worked in various administration roles, and in customer service for the hospitality industry. Danielle has completed a Bachelor of Art (Psychology) and a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology at Western Sydney University, and is currently working towards becoming a provisionally registered psychologist.

Danielle is passionate about reducing social issues such as gender inequality, bullying, discrimination and domestic violence. She wants equal opportunities for everyone and believes society cannot reach its full potential when half of us are held back. 

She prides herself on her ability to empathise with others, and show compassion to those in need. She enjoys working at TMSA as it allows her to utilise these qualities and provide those struggling from mental illness with greater quality of life.

In her spare time Danielle enjoys outdoor activities, travelling, and spending time with family and friends. She also refers to herself as a “Foodie”, and admits to having a food photo album in her phone titled “My Love”.

Robyn , TMS Clinician

Robyn is a provisional psychologist who is intrigued by the human brain and behaviour and has a passion for giving meaningful help to people in need. She has completed a bachelor of psychology (honours) and master of professional psychology at Macquarie University and has experience in clinical casework, organisational psychology and mental health support.

Robyn’s favourite part of her job at TMS Australia is meeting a wide range of people with different psychological concerns, administering treatment, providing emotional support and building relationships with them. Apart from the wonderful world of magnets and brains, Robyn is a big foodie (good at eating, not cooking), loves the snow and her Labrador. 

Tamsey , Patient Relationship Manager

Tamsey is our Patient Relationship Manager and handles all incoming calls and appointment scheduling Australia-wide. She is the port of call for all patients throughout their TMS treatment journey.

She is passionate about mental health and improving quality of life for depression sufferers. Having been in the health industry for over a decade, her experience has seen her work in remote indigenous communities, childrens hospitals and private practices throughout Australia. She has found a home at TMS Australia and enjoys being a part of the journey to see magnetic technology being used to treat depression, and with major potential to treat a number of other mood-based disorders as well.
Please feel free to call Tamsey on 1300 867 888 and she can assist you with any enquiries you have.