What we do

We provide psychological assessment and therapy for adults and adolescents with a range of difficulties including:

Anxiety

  • Panic attacks and agoraphobia
  • Excessive worry (Generalised Anxiety Disorder, GAD)
  • Social and performance anxiety and shyness
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Fear and phobias
  • Health- and death-related anxiety
  • Perinatal and postnatal anxiety
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and trauma

 

Depression and other mood disorders

  • Feeling down or flat, loss of motivation, energy and interest
  • Perinatal and postnatal depression
  • Bipolar I and II

Self worth and identity issues

  • Gender identity issues
  • Low self esteem, low self confidence, shame

Other common concerns

  • Perfectionism and procrastination
  • Sleep difficulties
  • Stress and adjustment
  • Grief and bereavement
  • Relationship and parenting issues
  • Anger and frustration
  • Eating disorder and body image issues
  • Chronic pain and adjustment to illness/injury

Coaching

We also offer coaching services to assist those who wish to achieve a higher level of happiness and productivity.
We can assist you to:

 

  • clarify your life purpose and direction
  • set realistic and achievable goal
  • problem solving
  • make better use of your strengths
  • develop resilience
  • create a better balance in your life
  • improve important relationships
  • live more in the present moment, appreciating what it has to offer
  • think optimistically 

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

Locations

Suite 6, Level 9, 122 Arthur St, 
North Sydney NSW 

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

Contact

1800 768 411

OPEN Hours

M - F :  10 am - 6pm 

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