Our Services

Supporting Adolescents and Adults

Core Psychology has been providing support for our local community since 2007. All our Psychologists are passionate about helping people improve their mental health and their relationships so that they can live rewarding and meaningful lives.


We provide individual therapy to adolescents (from 12 years) and adults.


Our clinical team has the training and experience to treat a range of presentations including:


    • Depression and mood disorders
    • Anxiety Disorders (social anxiety, health anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorders, panic disorder, generalised anxiety disorder)
    • Emotion regulation, including anger management
    • Stress and burnout
    • Grief and loss
    • Adjustment to major life transitions (such as completing schooling, separation or divorce, career change and retirement)
    • Self-esteem and confidence
    • Childhood Trauma and Complex Trauma
    • Sexuality and Gender Identity / LGBTQIA+ 
    • Sexual functioning
    • Sleep difficulties
    • Alcohol and other drug use
    • Body image and disordered eating
    • Procrastination and stress related to school and university studies
    • School issues including bullying and friendships
    • Workplace issues
    • Neurodiversity – including Autism, ADHD and dyslexia
    • Self-harm
    • Difficulties with relationships


    Our administration team will spend time with you on the phone to match you with the best Psychologist for your needs and availability.

Our Therapy

We understand that coming to see a Psychologist can be daunting. Our first job will be to make you feel comfortable and supported in your decision to commence therapy. We will bring together current research and evidence-based best practice in a way that you can easily understand and put into practise for yourself.


We work from a range of evidence-based therapy models including:


    • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
    • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
    • Schema Therapy
    • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
    • Trauma Informed Therapy


After the first session with your Psychologist, we will identify your goals and agree on a collaborative treatment plan which will be used as a guide for your sessions. Along the way we will also provide you with reading materials and other tools to help you make the changes you are seeking. During this process you will gain an understanding of the connection between your past experiences, your values, your behaviour and your mood. You will also develop the skills and strategies to improve not only your mental health and your relationships, but your quality of life.