Most people experience times in their life when they feel things could be better than they are. They may be feeling sad, constantly on edge, unable to sleep or having difficulties with relationships. Sometimes it is easy to work through these issues, other times speaking to someone can help.

Wellbeing

We do not currently offer counselling in Australia.

We provide counselling and support services for adolescents and adults on a wide range of issues.

  • Anxiety (e.g. fears, worries, panic)
  • Depression
  • Parenting
  • Pre- & Post-Natal counselling & support
  • Life satisfaction
  • Stress management
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Grief & Loss
  • Relationships
  • School issues (e.g. friendships, bullying)

Medicare and Health Fund Rebates available.

 
Our rooms
Our rooms are comfortable and private to allow you to talk about issues that are concerning you.
APS
We are a proud member of the Australian Psychological Society

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Questions

How do I know if I need counselling?

Counselling helps people who are having difficulties with everyday issues such as relationships, family or stress. If you are having difficulty working through an issue, or feel that you are stuck and can’t move forward, you may benefit from counselling.

How long are appointments?

An appointment is between 50 and 60 minutes.

How do I make an appointment

On this website under ‘contact’ you will find our locations and contact details. Please call the location closest to you to arrange a suitable appointment.

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More information

Why choose a psychologist?  

Psychologists have specialized training in understanding how people think, feel and behave. They use strategies and techniques that are scientifically reliable.

What qualifications do psychologists have?

Psychologists study human behaviour at university. It usually takes around 6 years of full-time study and practical experience with a supervisor to be able to be registered as a psychologist. A psychologist must be registered with the Psychology Board of Australia.

What is the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist?

A psychiatrist has a medical degree and can prescribe medication. A psychologist does not have a medical degree and does not prescribe medication.

What do psychologists do?

Psychologists help people find strategies to better cope with everyday issues such as relationship problems and stress that they may be experiencing in their lives.