Helen Hall

Helen Hall – Psychologist

bACHELOR of psychology (HONOURS)





Helen is a registered psychologist who approaches her relationship with her clients with a deep desire to understand each individual in their own unique experiences to help them optimise functioning and provide support in a non-judgmental, empathic space. Helen mainly utilises evidence-based treatments such as cognitive behavioural therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, motivational interviewing, and solution-focused therapy. 


Helen holds a diversity of experience spanning 25 years working across the life span in various areas including non-profit organisations, global development organisations and tertiary education. Helen has a background of working with children, adolescents, and young adults with her strengths particularly lying with late teens to early thirties with anxiety and depression. Helen has worked with older adults through the healthy ageing research project at UniSC and provided leadership counselling and coaching to managers in the social services sector. Recently she has gained experience in occupational rehabilitation supporting predominantly veterans (DVA), chronic pain and trauma (PTSD) clients, recovery from workplace injury and most recently post natal depression.   

Helen completed a Bachelor of Psychology (First Class Honours) at the University of the Sunshine Coast in 2018 and she was awarded the USC Chancellor’s medal for her contribution to academia, the university, and the wider community of the Sunshine Coast. She has two publications in academic journals that examine parenting loneliness and perspective taking in adolescents and is currently completing her PhD focusing on cognitive empathy in adolescents and how it is linked to prosocial behaviour, social competence, loneliness and positive well being.  

Helen has experience with functional and personality assessments including WISC, WAIS, NEO, PAI, ABAS and Conners.