Health Check

Category: Psychology Clinic

Mental and physical health: an integrated approach

This year, R U OK? Day coincides with Women’s Health Week, providing the perfect opportunity to discuss women’s mental health needs. We sat down with Professor Analise O’Donovan to discuss how our physical, mental and social health are intertwined. Read More

Walk and talk for Wellness – a new and innovative counselling service

We know that being active, experiencing the outdoors, and connecting with others, are all important for our health, wellbeing and life satisfaction – so why… Read More

Some important facts and tips around Men’s Health

It’s fair to say that on average, men often overlook their health when compared to their female counterparts. Some of the statistics around men’s health… Read More

Today is World Eating Disorders Action Day

June 2nd is World Eating Disorders Action Day, an awareness day organised by a global collective of thousands of individual activists, and by more than… Read More

Eating disorders – symptoms, risk factors, and where to get help

Eating disorders are pervasive mental health conditions that affect the way a person feels about themselves, food and exercise. They can have a detrimental impact on a… Read More

Kids Connect Social Skills program for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Is your child experiencing difficulties connecting with other children and making or maintaining friendships? Kids Connect is a 10 week social skills program designed specifically for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.  Read More

FREE Pre-Schoolers Overcoming Phobias (POP!) program – recruiting now

Specific phobias affect approximately 10% of children, adolescents, and adults. They are among the earliest disorders to onset, occurring in children as young as 3 years. Read More

New Mindfulness group starting 8 October at Mt Gravatt campus

Enhance your psychological wellbeing and free your thoughts  Read More

Child Anxiety Program for 8-11 year olds at Mt Gravatt campus – starting 4 June

Does your child suffer from chronic anxiety? The 10 week Child Anxiety Program helps children aged 8-11 years with strategies to reduce anxiety by providing them with practical solutions to everyday situations. Read More

Regulating Overload and Rage (ROAR) program

Is your child prone to chronic frustration and acting out? The 4 week Regulating Overload and Rage (ROAR) program helps children aged 8-12 years with strategies to reduce rage and acting out by providing them with practical solutions to everyday situations. Read More