Individual psychology involves counselling and “treating” people presenting with diagnosed psychological conditions which may include but would not be limited to the following:

Depression, anxiety, trauma, obsessive compulsive disorder, hoarding behaviours, relationship issues, workers compensation / motor vehicle claims, pain management, adjustment to injury to illness, grief counselling, postnatal depression, addictions, sexual issues, body image issues, eating disorders, suicidal thoughts, self harming behaviours, social phobias, specific phobias, relationship issues, bullying at school or work.

Recent changes in psychology, particularly with the advent of positivistic psychology have encouraged less focus on pathology (that “there is something wrong with me”) and more focus on the normality of people experiencing stress and emotions (with our role being to teach people psychological skills).

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If you would like more information about our individual psychology services, please either give the friendly team a call on (08) 6381 0297 or send us an email using our secure contact form.