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Clinical Psychology

Clinical psychologists use the science of psychology to help people who may be experiencing difficulties with their mental health or managing difficult life events. Clinical psychologists have a strong background in research and provide evidence-based treatments and  assessment.


They work with you to conduct an assessment and share their ideas about why you are having these  difficulties, and offer treatment suitable for your condition based on a plan that is developed with you.

Individal Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy refers to a range of therapy approaches that can help with mental health problems, emotional challenges, physical conditions without apparent medical cause, behaviours which are problematic, and other related conditions.

Psychotherapy is a very individual experience which can help you know yourself more and improve relationships. Over time, it helps you respond to the difficult challenges in life with better coping skills.

Simply, psychotherapy aims to cultivate a more compassionate and fulfilling life with less struggle or suffering, and better connections to yourself and others

Family Therapy

Family therapy provides a range of systemic psychotherapies that assists families to develop new and different ways of being together.  It supports families to improve communication and resolve conflicts. 


Family Therapy is often short term and may include all of your family members. The therapy approach used in sessions is dependent on the needs of your family.  It can help your family to manage stress by teaching you skills to strengthen relationships and build resilience to cope through difficult times.

Play Therapy

Play Therapy helps children work through emotional, behavioural and developmental difficulties through the use of toys and creative materials. Play is the natural language of children and as their experiences and knowledge are often communicated through play, it becomes an important vehicle for them to know and accept themselves and others. The Play therapist works at the pace of the child to support them to express their thoughts, feelings and explore relationship experiences in a safe nurturing space.

Play therapy provides a wonderful opportunity for early intervention to enhance the development of a child’s social and emotional growth.


Osteopathy is a form of complementary hands-on manual medicine that focuses on the treatment of the musculoskeletal system, including muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments and connective tissues to restore balance to the entire body. Osteopaths apply the philosophy of treating the whole person, and therefore addressing the cause of the problem and not just the symptom you are experiencing, also helping prevent the problem re-occurring.

Remedial Massage Therapy

Remedial Massage Therapy is the assessment and treatment of the muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissues of the body to assist in rehabilitation, pain and injury management.

Massage therapy can assist with general aches and pains and tension, back and neck pain, sporting injuries, general stiffness and stress related tension.


Dietitians translates nutrition science into understandable, practical information about food, allowing people to make appropriate lifestyle and food choices.  They also treat a range of medical conditions with dietary therapy, specially tailored to each individual.

Dietitians have completed a minimum of 4 years university study and are regulated in Australia by the Dietitians Association of Australia.

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