Clinical Psychologists
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Equilibrium Psychology - In the Media

Hi! I’m Gemma Cribb the leader of the Equilibrium Psychology team. I created Equilibrium Psychology in 2007 to help Sydney’s busy city workers get the most out of themselves and their lives. I wanted to work with and be inspired by clients and colleagues who were eager to grow, overcome their stuck points, challenge and continuously improve themselves.

Since this time we have grown to be one of the largest and most highly regarded teams of psychologists in Sydney. We love to learn from each other, have fun together, and share the wide range of expertise we have with our clients and our community. We also make sure to practice the “balance for life” that we preach!

We focus on offering practical and effective solutions in our 1:1 sessions. We also offer convenient, fun and practical small-group courses and workshops through the Equilibrium Collective. You can check out what is currently on offer on our Events and Courses page

Personally, I find my balance through yoga, meditation, the gym, audiobooks, time with friends and sitting doing nothing with my cat Mr Max. I love to learn and call myself a ‘workshop-a-holic’ because I’m always signing up to learn about some new area of psychology.

I caught the writing bug in 2018 with the publication of my first book Doing Single Well: A guide to living, loving and dating without compromise and love to write articles for the press. I also give regular interviews on the radio and TV. After countless workshops and 13 years in practice I can write on most psych-related issues but have a particular interest in sex and relationships. Have a read of the below articles that I’ve written or been interviewed for:

Tips for breaking the people pleaser habit (Triple White)

10 Signs of Burn Out and How to Treat it (Womens Health)

Break the People Pleaser Habit – Follow These Tips (She Society)

Meditation With an Edge (Wellness Daily)

Let's Get This Straight, His Erectile Dysfunction has Nothing to do With You (My Body and Soul)

7 Major Signs Of Gaslighting In Relationships (Womens Health)

What to do if You and Your Partner’s Sex Drives Don’t Match Up (Pedestrian)

6 Things You Should Never Say to Your Single Friends (Womens Health)

How to Quit People Pleasing for Good (The Wayward)

There’s a Psychological Reason Why You Feel Sad When the Weather Changes (Pedestrian)

How to Stop Feeling Like You're Always in the Wrong (The Sydney Morning Herald)

'It's Like They Never Existed': I was Ghosted by a Friend (Essential Kids)

The Personality Traits of Cheaters you Need to Know About (Honey)

From Small Behaviour Changes to Poor Problem-solving Skills: Psychologist Reveals the Personality Traits of a Cheater (Daily Mail)

How to Heal From Family Loss (Woman's Day)

Mental Wealth: Why This is More Important Than Financial Wealth (Rescu)

10 Simple Things to do if You Feel Sort of Glum About Being Single (Whimm)

Divorcing in Your 20s has Unique Challenges, but Benefits too (ABC Life)

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