We offer the following evidence-based therapeutic approaches:

Schema Therapy

Schema therapy addresses lifelong beliefs and behaviour patterns that have developed early in life and are repeated over time,  creating significant distress and impacting on daily functioning and relationships. It explores current problems as well as the historical sources of these difficulties and aims to address unmet needs as well as change unhealthy patterns. It is a longer term therapy that takes an integrative approach that is effective for complex and longstanding psychological difficulties.

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

CBT focuses on changing how you feel by identifying and changing cognitions (thoughts and beliefs) and behaviours that cause distress and by helping you to develop more effective coping strategies. It is an active, skill-based and shorter-term approach that focuses on the here-and-now.  It has been extensively researched and is considered one of the most effective treatments for a wide range of psychological difficulties.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

ACT is focused on helping you achieve a full and meaningful life through acceptance of what is, living in the present moment, and acting in accordance with our values.


Mindfulness refers to paying attention to the here-and-now in a non-judgemental way. It helps you to become more present, aware of your surroundings, and engaged with what you are doing. Research has shown it has many benefits, including helping to prevent a relapse of depression and increasing life satisfaction.

Improve your mental health & well-being by making an appointment with our experienced clinical psychologists.


Suite 707, Level 7, 275 Alfred St North, 
North Sydney NSW 

Suite 2B, Level 1, 115 Sailors Bay Road, Northbridge NSW


1800 768 411

OPEN Hours

M - F :  10 am - 5pm 

By Appointment

Please note:

This website and the services that we provide are not a crisis service.   Although we aim to see people within a week of their first contact, if you need immediate urgent assistance please call Lifeline (ph. 131 114) or contact your local hospital or community mental health centre