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Phone: (07) 3062 4535
Fax: (07) 3103 4077
Clinic & Postal Address:
105 Northgate Road, Northgate QLD 4013
It’s important to match you and your child with the Child Psychologist that can offer appointment days and times that work around your family’s commitments in order to ensure sessions are sustainable. It’s also important to ensure that the Child Psychologist is a good fit for your child based on their practice approach, skills and experience to best meet your child’s needs and current challenges.
Brisbane South & West
Brisbane North & West
Brisbane South and West
Steve speaks fluent Minecraft, Skylander and Peppa. He likes to help kids explore their creative sides and learn to use devices in helpful ways. He works with families with children from 2 upwards and has a special interest in developing practical parenting skills. Steve uses a mix of therapeutic approaches with the general aim of skill building during or before challenging times
Michaela is passionate about seeing families and young people achieve their best life. With a relaxed and fun approach to therapy she works alongside individuals, couples and families utilising their strengths and values to overcome challenges and develop resilience for the future.
Rob uses a warm and practical approach to supporting children and families through traumatic events and stressful times. He is particularly skilled in the use of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), interpersonal therapy, narrative therapies and enjoys teaching emotional regulation strategies to both adults and children (including those with limited verbal capacity).
Bianca enjoys working with families with children in infancy through to early adolescence. Raising her own family helps Bianca relate to the joys and challenges of parenting. Bianca makes use of practical strategies from Cognitive behaviour Therapy (CBT) and mindfulness approaches that are backed up by research and flexible enough to be adapted to individual children and families. She loves the opportunity to be creative and playful in sessions with children and is often seen carting around Lego, craft, board games, puppets and an iPad.
When Sarah isn’t making Lego spaceships, scrubbing Weetbix off the dining table, and running around the yard in a superhero cape with her own kids, she’s working passionately with families to improve relationships and wellbeing. She works with parents and children from birth, translating established science into practical parenting ideas to boost confidence and tackle a range of challenges. Sarah is trained to deliver the Circle of Security and Triple P parenting programs, and has a wealth of experience from her time at the Ellen Barron sleep clinic and Family Centre
Kelleigh has a family of her own and knows the joys and challenges of raising children and negotiating the complexities faced by families today. She brings a calm and open strengths based approach to her therapeutic work. She has a proven track record in producing favourable outcomes for her clients across a broad range of presenting problems, including stress, anxiety, depression, grief, anger management, life transitions, self-esteem, attachment difficulties and childhood complex trauma. Kelleigh uses a combination of approaches including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Schema Therapy, EMDR, Choice Therapy, Narrative and Art Therapy and Mindfulness based therapies in a holistic skills building framework.
Julie has a warm and practical approach to helping families with life challenges and enjoys supporting people of all ages. She uses strengths-based approach to develop positive relationships with all her clients.
Cathy loves being a child psychologist and working with children of all ages, adolescents and parents to improve their family interactions and personal wellbeing. She takes a “healthy mind - healthy body - healthy environment” approach to working with families. She has extensive experience working with children with disabilities and autism
Stacie enjoys being enjoys engaging kids in sessions as a child psychologist. Stacie's focus is on engaging kids and developing their resilience and coping skills in order to get through the challenges they face. When Stacie is not working with kids she loves musical theatre and all things creative.
Michael believes the role of a Child Psychologist is to empower and up-skill families and children in their homes. Michael has extensive experience supporting clients with Autism, ADHD, intellectual impairments and other disabilities in addition to helping children and families experiencing adjustment issues and anxiety in relation to life challenges, family separations and blended families.
Bulk Billing sessions
with a Psychologist
2 or 3 Mental Health Plans (MHP)
In-school hours sessions only (9.30-2pm Mon- Fri)
BULK BILLING sessions only when 2 or 3 family members have a MHP
out of pocket cost per session
with a Psychologist
$170 fee minus $106 rebate
BULK BILLING sessions for 2nd or 3rd family member with MHTP
GP Mental Health Treatment Plan (MHTP) required for rebates
approx out of pocket session cost
Check rebate amount with insurer
Rebate usually between $50-100
$170 fee (psychologist) minus Private Health rebate
$210 fee (clinical psychologist) minus Private Health rebate
out of pocket session cost
$210 for a clinical psychologist
No referral or paperwork required
Book a session same day (when available) or within days
Skype or phone sessions available (not available through Medicare)
For a full list of suburbs we service click here
Brisbane Northside to Narangba (No service to Caboolture or Bribie)
Brisbane Southside to Mt Gravatt (Not service to any Logan Suburbs)
Brisbane Western Suburbs to Ipswich – including Kenmore, Springfield, Forest Lake and west of Ipswich to Willowbank
NO SERVICE to the Brisbane Valley, Lockyer Valley, Gold Coast, Greenbank, Bayside suburbs (including Wynnum, Manly, Capalaba, Alexandra Hills or Cleveland)