We can assist you with:


Psychological Assessments

For concerns such as Anxiety, Depression, Autism, ADHD and Reading/Writing issues such as Dyslexia.


Relationship Issues


Anxiety and Depression


Stress and Workplace Issues


Low Self-Esteem


Panic Disorder, Phobias and PTSD

early childhood intervention

Individual Therapy

Work 1:1 with your therapist who’s focus is on improving your quality of life.

Tailored Rooms

Our rooms are designed to allow us to respond to the varying needs of our clients.    

Quality Reports

We are the leader on the coast and well known for our comprehensive reports.

Why Choose Us


Qualified Neuroaffirming Clinicians


45+ Years of combined experience


Client focused, strengths based approaches


Collaborative Allied Health Team

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Benefits of Service

Individual Therapy

Therapy can be highly beneficial for adults in numerous ways. Here are some of the key benefits of therapy for adults:

Emotional support: Therapy provides a safe and confidential space for you to express their emotions, concerns, and challenges. It offers a supportive relationship with a trained therapist who can provide guidance, empathy, and understanding.

Improved mental health: Therapy can help you manage and alleviate symptoms of various mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Through therapy, you can develop coping strategies, gain insight into your patterns of thinking and behavior, and learn techniques to manage your symptoms effectively.

Enhanced self-awareness: Therapy facilitates self-exploration and introspection, helping you gain a deeper understanding of yourself, your values, beliefs, and motivations. Increased self-awareness can lead to personal growth, improved decision-making, and a stronger sense of identity.

Stress reduction: Therapy equips you with tools and techniques to manage stress effectively. It can help you identify and modify unhealthy stressors, develop relaxation strategies, and adopt healthier coping mechanisms, ultimately leading to reduced stress levels and improved overall well-being.

Improved relationships: Therapy can address relationship issues and help you develop healthier patterns of communication, conflict resolution, and emotional connection. It can provide guidance on building and maintaining fulfilling relationships, whether romantic, familial, or friendships.

Healing from trauma: Therapy can be instrumental in processing and healing from past traumas. It offers a safe environment for you to work through their trauma, reduce the impact of traumatic experiences, and develop strategies to cope with related symptoms, such as flashbacks or intrusive thoughts.

Enhanced problem-solving and decision-making skills: Therapy can improve your ability to analyze situations, think critically, and make sound decisions. Therapists can provide guidance in exploring different perspectives, identifying obstacles, and developing effective problem-solving strategies.

Increased self-esteem and self-confidence: Through therapy, you can address and challenge negative self-beliefs, develop a more positive self-image, and enhance your self-esteem and self-confidence. Therapists can provide validation, support, and guidance to help you recognize your strengths and build a healthier self-concept.

Lifestyle and behavior changes: Therapy can assist you in making positive changes in your lifestyle and behavior patterns. It can address unhealthy habits, such as substance abuse or addictive behaviors, and support you in adopting healthier habits and coping mechanisms.

Personal growth and fulfillment: Therapy can facilitate personal growth and help you align your goals, values, and aspirations with your actions. It can provide guidance in exploring your passions, finding purpose, and enhancing your overall life satisfaction.

It’s worth noting that therapy approaches may vary depending on the individual’s needs, preferences, and the expertise of the therapist.