Miss Jacqueline Saad (Psychologist)

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My Brain Map offers comprehensive neuropsychological assessments, psychological counselling and leading edge treatment for optimal brain health in the eastern suburbs of Sydney. Based at Double Bay, we are a team of psychologists with expertise that draw from post graduate training in clinical neuropsychology and clinical neuroscience in addition to neuropsychiatry research.

As Director and founder of My Brain Map, my mission was to set up a psychology practice which combines traditional psychological and neuroscience treatment strategies to assist our clients achieve mental wealth. We value our commitment to helping children; adolescents and adults across a range of areas including anxiety, depression, and relationship issues.

We offer:

  • Psychological consultation services to enhance social/relationship concerns, coping strategies, stress reduction, anxiety, symptoms of depression and general emotional well-being
  • An extensive range of neuropsychological assessments and cognitive training to address academic or work performance concerns.

We look forward to welcoming you at our warm and professional clinic.

Affiliated Organisations
Australian Psychological Society (APS)
Applied Neuroscience Society of Australasia (ANSA)
Affiliated Universities
Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney
Medical Interventions
Cognitive Assessment
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Populations Treated
children, adolescents and adults
Academic performance
ADHD - adult
Anxiety & phobias
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Intellectual assessment
Neuropsychological assessment
School issues
Self-esteem & self development
Stress management

Practice Locations


My Brain Map
Open After Hours
Weekday: -
Saturday: -

Edge Serviced Offices
Via Kiaora Lane and New South Head rd
377 New South Head Rd
Double Bay NSW 2028 
1300 733 213


  • Is the Theta/Beta EEG Marker for ADHD Inherently Flawed? 10.1177/1087054715578270
  • Brain structural features that characterize the inattentive and combined subtypes of ADHD http://f1000research.com/posters/5-1004