Greg Turner, B App Sc, Grad Dip App Sc (App Psych), Cert GMH, MAPS. Greg Turner is a Brisbane Psychologist with over 18 years’ experience in the public, private and community mental health sectors. Greg has worked as an educator, manager and … More...
Bulimia Nervosa is a condition where perceptions of body weight and body shape can undermine a person’s self-evaluation. It is usually characterised by recurrent episodes of binge eating (eating a larger than normal sized meal) within a two hour period. These binging episodes are then followed by behaviours designed to compensate for the binge. This […]
Your child has been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes – so now what? It’s a huge transition for your child, but it can often take a toll on you and the rest of your family. Helping your child adapt to a chronic illness such as diabetes can often be stressful, as they may not understand how […]
Our intern psychologists provide cost effective options for assessing children’s cognitive abilities. Often schools or parents may be concerned about how their child is going. Should a child be kept down? do they need tutoring? Do they have a learning disorder? Or a mental health issue like anxiety? Waiting lists for such testing can be […]
Psychologists recognise the social stigma and chronic difficulties faced by those of alternative sexualities and can offer counselling tailored to this unique experience. Stigma is one of the fundamental causes of population health inequalities and has consistently demonstrated detrimental effects on mental and physical health and consequently a negative effect on one’s personal and romantic […]
Psychologists and Counsellors usually study human behaviour, research, statistics and groups for 3-10 years before moving into private practice. Most therapists listed on our website have studied counselling and psychology for a similar amount of time as a lawyer or doctor. We often answer questions about what qualifications matter for counselling. To make selection […]
For most people, the first few panic attacks were stressful because you didn’t know what was happening. Now, you can identify the racing heartbeat, sweating palms, trembling and feeling of being out of breath. The new question becomes “how do I cope with the fear of having another panic attack?” Often, this fear can contribute to increased […]