Psychology & Neuropsychology

We offer In-Clinic, Telehealth & Telephone appointments
for Children, Adolescents, & Adults.

General Psychology (child to adult)
  • Anxiety and persistent worries
  • Depression and low mood
  • Adjusting to difficult or unwanted life events
  • Life transitions
  • Managing conflicting priorities and demands
  • OCD
  • Grief and Loss
  • Stress
  • Managing expectations and perfectionism
  • Managing conflict
  • Managing uncertainty
  • Managing relationships
  • Separation – individual (not couples therapy)
  • Setting healthy boundaries and limits
  • Sexuality and identity
  • ADHD
  • Autism
Perinatal & Parenting
  • Perinatal anxiety, depression, and stress
  • Adjusting to parenthood
  • Bonding
  • Supporting parents to support their children’s needs
  • Separated and blended families

Psychology Services

We support clients across the lifespan with a wide range of goals, difficulties, or concerns. Clients often want to explore ways to manage difficult, strong, or complex emotions, better respond to unhelpful thinking patterns, change unhelpful or self defeating behaviours, find the motivation to do what matters, explore their identify to better understand themselves, or develop coping skills to deal with life’s stressors. 


Here is a non-exhaustive list of areas in which we work:

Child & Adolescent
  • Is my child school-ready?
  • Is my child an ADHDer or do they have challenges regulating their attention compared to other children their age?
  • Does my child have an autistic brain style?
  • Does my child have an academic difficulty (e.g., reading, spelling, written expression, mathematics)?
  • What is my child’s learning profile (strengths and challenges)?
  • Is my child gifted or 2e?
  • Does my child have an intellectual disability?
  • My child suffered a brain injury (or has a neurological condition) and I need an evaluation of their cognitive and learning skills we know how to best support them.
  • I can’t quite put my finder on it, but I wonder if there is something underpinning what we’re seeing at home and school. Can we get an assessment?
  • Are we eligible for funding (e.g., NDIS) for any of the above reasons?
  • Am I an ADHDer?
  • Am I autistic?
  • Do I have a learning difficulty that wasn’t picked up in school? If so, how do I work around it?
  • I’ve had a brain injury (e.g., stroke, car accident), and I’d like help learning to work with my new brain.
  • I have a neurological condition and I’ve been told to get an assessment of my cognitive, thinking, or memory skills. 
  • I’m concerned about my thinking and memory skills and I would like to get an assessment. 
  • Am I eligible for funding (e.g., NDIS) for any of the above reasons?

Neuropsychology Assessment Services

We conduct neuropsychological, educational, cognitive, academic, and neurodevelopmental assessments. This can involve assessing a wide range of thinking and academic skills, and wellbeing. Our framework involves a balance of identifying strengths and finding ways to work around the rest.

Note that not all assessments need a full comprehensive neuropsychological assessment. It depends on the referral question. 


Here is a list of common referral questions: