Dr David Wells,
B Psych (Hons), Dip Prof Couns,
D Psych (Clin Geropsychology).
Dr David Wells is a Clinical Psychologist who has a varied background working as a psychologist in a range of situations. David has also spent time practising as a psychologist overseas, and brings much life experience to his role as a Clinical Psychologist.
David believes that his clients are all-important. Their needs are varied and their desire to change and get better is high. David works on a practical level to assist his clients achieve their goals at their pace, but with a lot of assistance and care.
David has a breadth of training up to doctorate level including in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Brief Therapy and Interpersonal Therapy. He has a particular interest in couples therapy, men’s health and treatment of depression and anxiety. David has trained up to level 3 in Gottman couples therapy and has attended sessions on Emotion Focused Therapy for couples.
Above all else, David is a practical person; the client not only needs to know what is going on, but also what they actually have to do help themselves.
Some of the issues David can provide support and guidance for include:
- Alcohol and Drug use
- Post-Traumatic Stress
- Grief and Loss
- Men’s health
- Carer support
- Relationship Issues – couples counselling
- Work / Life Balance
David strives to provide a safe environment for his clients where they can explore their issues and, with assistance, develop new techniques which will help them change their unproductive behaviours. The aim is to have a happier life that assists people reach their relationship, personal and life goals.
To make an appointment try Online Booking. Alternatively, you can call Vision Psychology Brisbane on (07) 3088 5422.
Articles of Interest by Dr David Wells:
- Anger and the Amygdala Hijack
- Can’t Find Your Keys Anywhere?!
- Characteristics of Addiction to Porn
- Chronic Depression
- Conditions which Mimic Depression
- Differential Diagnoses for Adult ADHD
- Exercise for Depression
- Five Levels of Intimacy
- Geropsychology: Psychology for Older Adults
- Increase your Motivation
- Is my Partner Cheating on Me?!
- Man Therapy: What Male Depression Looks Like
- Mindful Forgiveness
- The Psychological Effects of Feeling Bored
- Tips for Partners of PTSD Sufferers
- Trust in Relationships
- What Does His Silence Mean?
- Why We Cry