• Anxiety and phobias, OCD, PTSD, Social Anxiety, worry, health anxiety
  • Depression
  • Borderline Personality Disorder and self-harm
  • Eating Disorders
  • Work stress, relationship and family problems, parenting
  • Bipolar Disorder, Psychosis
  • Alcohol and drug use, gambling, weight loss
  • Anger, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder

Children and Adolescents

  • Anxiety and phobias, OCD, PTSD, Social Anxiety, worry, health anxiety
  • Depression, sleep problems
  • Self-harm, Eating Disorders
  • ADHD, academic performance issues, Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • School bullying, attachment issues
  • Bipolar Disorder, Psychosis
  • Alcohol and drug use, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder

Couples and Families

  • Communication issues, conflict and arguing
  • Infidelity
  • Parenting issues
  • Building stronger relationships
  • Dealing with blended families and family of origin problems
  • Staying connected with teens and managing problems

ADHD Assessment

We understand the significant impact that ADHD can have on a person’s life, including academic performance, work productivity, and interpersonal relationships. Through our comprehensive approach to identification and screening, we aim to ensure that individuals with ADHD receive appropriate assessment and support.

Autism Assessment

we understand the importance of early detection and intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). With approximately 1 in every 150 Australians impacted by ASD, timely diagnosis and support are essential for improving the quality of life for individuals affected by this neurodevelopmental condition.

Psychometric Assessment

  • Autism assessment
  • Assessment of ADHD
  • Intelligence and Giftedness
  • Specific learning Disorders
  • Developmental assessments

Psychological intervetions tailored to your needs

The therapies listed below are evidence-based, which means that research has established that they are effective in helping people with a wife range of needs such as treating depression and anxiety.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) – is a type of therapy that works by helping you to understand that your thoughts and behaviours can affect the way you feel. Introduces you to skills to address your unhelpful thoughts and behaviours.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) – helps people connect more to living life in the present moment whilst living a life more connected with one’s values, or things that really matter to you. This helps people to align their actions with what is important to them. Painful thoughts and feelings are managed by using mindfulness techniques.

Mindfulness Meditation – mindfulness can be a helpful addition to psychological treatments. It refers to the ability to be fully present in the moment, to be aware of where we are and what we are doing, and to not be reactive to what is going on around us. With practice you learn to be develop a non-judgmental position with your inner experiences such as thoughts and emotions. It has been found to be helpful

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) – balances acceptance and change techniques in order to create ‘a life worth living.’ Skills that teach a person how to tolerate distress, how to manage emotions and how to have more meaningful, effective relationships are covered. Even though DBT was initially designed for people who self-harm via cutting, suicide attempts or thoughts about suicide, research has also found it effective with depression and other mood disorders. It is often used with people who binge eat and for people who have numerous episodes of depression.

Schema Focused Therapy – an integrative approach that addresses unhelpful beliefs formed earlier in life (schemas), identifying behaviours and emotional states that become triggered in life during events that resemble earlier experiences.

Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) – works to increase awareness of emotion, improve the regulation of emotion as well as process or transform one emotion for another. It is based on attachment and bonding theories.

Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) – a short-term treatment which helps children with behavioural issues control their emotions whilst strengthening the relationship that a child has with their parents.