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Psychology is the study of the mind and its influences while a psychologist is the professional that uses the knowledge of psychology to help people with their thinking and behaviours in order to help them improve their quality of life, mental wellbeing, learning, performance and to more effectively solve their daily problems.

Thoughts become perception; perception becomes reality. Alter your thoughts, alter your reality.” – William James  


 

 

 

What our Psychologists do

The word psychology originates from Latin, the study of the soul. Psychologists are trained scientists in the field of the human mind. Psychologists seek to understand social, biological, and cognitive influences on behaviour and mental wellbeing. Using this knowledge to develop evidence-based treatments to improve the lives of others.  

Our psychologists are trained to assess, diagnose, and treat a variety of mental health conditions. Exploring our clients’ difficulties with emotions, behaviour and thinking, we develop evidence-based treatment plans, and support our clients to overcome, grow and thrive.  

How we can support you

Our psychologists are here to support you through issues you are experiencing. Providing evidence-based treatments that empower you to understand, process, and overcome these difficulties. 

Our psychologists are trained to assist with: 

  • Stress & anxiety  
  • Depression  
  • Motivation  
  • Trauma 
  • Body image
  • Self esteem  
  • Psychoeducation  
  • Grief 
  • Relationship difficulties  
  • Parenting  
  • Behavioural concerns  
  • Mood imbalances  
  • Sexual orientation  
  • Gender expression  

Psychologists are bound by the Australian Psychological Society’s ethical guidelines. These guidelines ensure that your privacy is protected. Your psychologist is unable to disclose your sessions and treatment with any other third party without your consent.  

Ethics and practice standards | APS (psychology.org.au)

There are some limits to confidentiality, situations where your psychologist is bound to breach confidentiality:  

  • The information has been subpoenaed by a court or there is a legal obligation to disclose 
  • Concerns about your immediate safety of the safety of others 
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