Before your therapy session begins, we may ask for you to fill out certain forms to assess your personal situation. We endeavour to firstly understand your personal circumstances, difficulties and challenges prior to working out a therapy treatment plan.

The treating psychologist will do their best to cultivate a safe, relaxed and confidential environment when working with you. We advocate evidence based principles within our consultations and like to treat all clients with compassion and respect in order to yield effective and positive change.

There is really no “typical” therapy session as there are different methods of treatment for different problems. The links below to the APS website will give you an idea of what may be involved in the therapy based on the problem being treated.
• ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) in children
• Bipolar Disorder (formerly manic depression)
• Depression
• Eating disorders
• Lifestyle effects on health
• Preventing suicide
• Relationship problems
• Schizophrenia
• Traumatic events