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Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations" ― Unknown

If you feel you’re ‘stuck in your head’ all the time, not coping with things, or are confused about what you may be feeling (but know that something ‘isn’t right’), speaking to a psychologist can be a good way to sort through the mental clutter.


If you have an existing diagnosis (e.g. Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, Autism, PTSD) and your mind is ‘getting in the way’ of you being able to enjoy your life, you’ve also come to the right place.


Our psychologists are warm, down to earth people who also have a sense of humour. We promise to try and make things as minimally awkward as possible.

We offer both assessment and psychological therapy (i.e. treatment) services. It’s a fancy way of saying let’s have a chat, get to know each other, and work together to make things better. 

Psychologists can provide you with skills to manage your mood (e.g. anxiety, depression), strategies to navigate relationship issues with family or friends, help with study pressure OR assist you to better manage other diagnosed difficulties (e.g. ADHD, Autism). 


If you’re not sure what’s happening with your mental health (‘mind health’), we can help you have a clearer picture about what may be occurring. 

We provide strengths-focused, neuroscience informed, holistic psychology services.


We believe our approach strikes a balance between identifying difficulties to support AND highlighting strengths to build upon. We acknowledge that every person is unique and rely heavily on your input to guide our work.


We also understand that psychology is more than just diagnosing and treating difficulties. You can feel safe knowing that we’re focused on helping you flourish.


We keep our mission simple:

1. Aim to make lives better

2. Help people (big and small) move beyond limitations

Where do I start?

To book an appointment, request more info OR to make a time for one of our psychologists to call you to have free 15-minute chat:


Please call – 02 8581 2738

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Send an email to: 


If you’re under 16 and don’t have your own Medicare card:


  • Ask your parent (or guardian) to contact us to get the ball rolling.
  • Alternatively, going to the GP to have a discussion is a good place to start. It can also help to rule out any underlying medical reasons that could be contributing to challenges.