Our team consists of dynamic, highly qualified and experienced professionals providing a wide range of psychological services that are broadly focused on counselling for individuals, couples and groups as well as assessment and perinatal anxiety and depression.
Our team of psychologists provide psychological assessment and counselling for children, adults and groups, and treat a wide range of psychological and mental health problems. We are fully registered with APRHA and their professional body. We help with issues ranging from depression and anxiety to parenting problems, and use a variety of evidence-based therapeutic strategies and have expertise in tailoring these to meet the specific and varying needs of our clients.
We assist adults to manage stress and conflict, grief, loss and trauma, depression, anxiety, relationships, cope with disabilities or health problems including those related to alcohol and drug use.
We assist children to manage worry and anxiety, identify and regulate emotions, manage depression, anger, friendships, and learning challenges. We love working with children with all types of brains - those with neurodiverse brains such as ADHD and Autism and those with neurotypical brains.
We assist families to improve difficult relationships, parenting, attachment and bonding, deal with childhood behavioural and emotional issues and cope with separation, divorce or re-marriage.
The role of psychological testing is to assess the cognitive and emotional functioning of the individual and make recommendations about areas of strength and areas for improvement.
In 2007, Lisa Lindley established the Sunshine Coast PND Centre for the treatment of postnatal depression and/or anxiety for Sunshine Coast women. We provide supportive individual counselling and group programs.
The group meets over 8 sessions and covers topics such as education about postnatal depression, thinking patterns, communication and self-esteem, adjusting to changes and reducing symptoms of depression and anxiety.
Hundreds of women and couples have found participation in this group helpful in the recovery of depression following child birth.