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The Steps To An Appointment

We are often told that the most difficult step in seeing a psychologist is the first call to the practice. Whether you are having to draw on all of your will power or you have simply reached a point where something has to change for change to happen, be assured that we know that seeking help isn't always an easy task and we will aim to support you in the process to the best of our ability.

We welcome all clients regardless of whether they are referred by a GP or other referral source or have initiated contact without a referral. We though encourage our clients to seek financial assistance where possible.  For example, some clients receive a Mental Health Care Plan from their GP, which attracts a medicare rebate. Other clients make contact via referrals through their Employer's Employee Assistance Program; or other agencies, such as Work Cover, DVA, VVCS or Insurance Agencies.  We would be happy to talk with you about what may suit your situation best.

Please call or email Kasia Marneros to discuss your first appointment.

Services About

Perhaps you're down or anxious - maybe you're unsure about the future of a relationship, or just feel that you aren't living the life you were meant to lead. Whatever your needs may be, we are here to offer you support to meet your goals of therapy.

Helping you find solutions


Appointments are available for individuals, families and couples for a wide range of issues. These include clinical, lifestyle and relationship issues.


One in five Australian's suffer from a mental health condition each year. With these statistics, it makes sense to engage a professional to support you in moving forward. We work with individulas with a wide range of clinical issues, such as:

• Depression and Mood Disorders
• Anxiety: trauma, generalised anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, social anxiety, panic, and perfectionism
• Stress and excessive worry
• Confidence and self esteem
• Body image concerns and eating disorders
• Coping with pain or chronic fatigue
• Adjusting to change. Such as school, work, aging, health issues, divorce and childbirth.
• Adjustment to trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
• Grief and loss
• Parenting issues
• Relationship issues
• Health concerns and coping with changes in health status
• Child and adolescent behaviour and emotional issues


Aiming For a Happier, Healthier You

Sometimes individuals wish to enhance their quality of life, work performance or personal growth. This is where support from a psychologist may help in:

• Building confidence and self-esteem
• Improving relationships
• Communication skills and dealing with conflict
• Facing fears and achieving goals
• Career guidance
• Physical health and weight management
• Self-care techniques
• Stress management
• Home and workplace issues
• Career development
• Work/Life balance
• Returning to the workforce


Repairing, Maintaining and Strengthing Relationships

Healthy relationships have a significant impact on health and well-being. Looking after your relationships may be the most important thing you do. We work with couples on a wide range of relationship issues.

• Skills to enhance relationships
• Managing relationship difficulties
• Improving communication
• Improving dynamics in a relationship
• Building intimacy
• Marriage preparation
• Managing conflict
• Coping with separation and divorce
• Blended families
• Sexual concerns


Coping with Children and Families

Family life can be trying and having the support and techniques in place to develop better outcomes and family dynamics can considerably decrease stress and family tension. Our Psychologists are trained to help in a variety of situations:

• Parent-child, sibling, partner and other family member relationships
• Parenting skills and managing challenging or defiant behaviours
• Conduct problems
• Anxiety and Depression
• Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
• Developmental difficulties
• Adjustment or transition difficulties
• Dealing with self-harm
• Teasing and bullying
• Social Skills training
• Health or injury issues
• Physical or sexual abuse
• Adjustment to separation, divorce and blended families
• Identity and sexuality issues
• Self-esteem and confidence
• Stress in the home, school or workplace
• Grief and loss

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