Adult and Child Psychologist Service Area
Our adult and child psychologists offer home, workplace, school and child care visits around Brisbane Northside only (ie travel to serviced Brisbane Northside suburbs does not attract additional travel fees) – please look to see if your suburb is in the list of suburbs below. If it is not, we may be able to service your suburb, but additional travel costs will apply if you are located outside our standard service areas.
Child Psychologist Service Areas
Brisbane Northside Psychologists service area
From CBD North to Albany Creek and Bald Hills only -NOT Redcliffe, North Lakes or Dayboro
Albion Alderley Arana Hills Ascot Aspley Bald Hills Banyo Boondall Bracken Ridge Bray Park Bridgeman Downs Brighton Bunya Carseldine Cashmere CBD Chermside Chermside West Clayfield Clontarf Deagon Eatons Hill Everton Park Ferny Grove Ferny Hills Fitzgibbon Gaythorne Geebung Gordon Park Grange Hamilton Hendra Kedron Kenmore Keperra Lutwyche McDowall Milton Mitchelton Moggill Newmarket Northgate Nudgee Nundah Spring Hill Stafford Stafford Heights Strathpine Taigum The Gap Virginia Warner Wavell Heights Wilston Windsor Wooloowin Zillmere
No Home Visit Services available in the following areas:
Unless clients want to pay the additional $200 per hour travel time in each direction from our Northgate clinic for a psychologist to travel to your location in addition to the $200 per hour session fee (ie you need to
Ipswich and Springfield areas – No service
Brisbane Southside suburbs – No service
Logan area – No service
Bayside Suburbs – No service
Redbank Plains – No service
Forest Lake – No service
Changes is focused on providing practical skill building and therapy in homes schools and child care centres for children aged 2 to 17 years old and their parents. We provide some assessments however our focus is treatment and we will only recommend formal assessments if and when it will help a child’s functioning in a practical way.
Many of our clients also report that they like our team’s solution focused approach to therapy rather than diagnosis and labeling. Many parents told us they were initially not sure about getting support for their child because they didn’t want them diagnosed or labeled with a ‘permanent’ problem or impairment. All our psychologists work on developing children’s and parents awareness skills and perseverance in the face of common and not so common life challenges as we believe most challenges can be overcome or at the very least minimised with some skill building and coaching.