Our Mission

We provide a broad range of local, national and international clinical psychology services to promote the well-being of individuals, couples, families and communities, with an overarching aspiration of helping people flourish and discover their full potential.

Brisbane Psychologists

Psychology Consultants Directors:
Dr Stan Steindl & Kathryn Smith

Psychology Consultants is a Brisbane based practice with a professional team of Clinical Psychologists trained to help children, adolescents, men and women, couples, families, professionals and senior people to cope with a wide variety of emotional and personal challenges, such as stress, depression, anxiety, sleep and relationship troubles. Base in Brisbane’s north at Newmarket and also Brisbane’s south in Morningside, we are an expert team of Brisbane Psychologists, committed to the health and well-being of our clients.

Our psychology services are meticulously designed to promote safety, trust, empathy and confidentiality between our clients and us. We understand that life has become a competitive space where one has to go through different pains and struggles for the sake of mere survival. But in order to survive, it’s important to have control over varying situations without succumbing to them. With this aim in mind, we offer a range of professional services through a large team of male and female Brisbane Psychologists. So when you need professional help to deal with life’s situations our clinical psychologists and registered psychologist are here for you.

Psychology Consultants is a Brisbane based practice with a professional team of Clinical Psychologists trained to help children, adolescents, men and women, couples, families, professionals and senior people to cope with a wide variety of emotional and personal challenges, such as stress, depression, anxiety, sleep and relationship troubles. Base in Brisbane’s north at Newmarket and also Brisbane’s south in Morningside, we are an expert team of Brisbane Psychologists, committed to the health and well-being of our clients.

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How to regain work life balance

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For most Australian’s, our daily lives operate at a frantic pace and with smart phone in hand, we can be contacted (or harassed) anywhere, anytime, so it’s little wonder that as a nation our stress levels are at an all-time high. According to a study into stress and wellbeing run by the Australian Psychological Society (APS) in 2014; “Almost two in five Australians reported experiencing at least some depression symptoms, with 13% of these Australians reporting depression symptoms in the severe to extremely severe range [and] more than one quarter of Australians reported experiencing at least some anxiety symptoms, with 13% of these Australians reporting severe to extremely severe levels of anxiety.” Read more 

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Depression in the workplace

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We’ve heard it time and time again, ‘depression is an illness, like any other physical illness’ yet still, so many of us suffer in silence, working the 9-5 with no inference of the daily inner turmoil. Despite world-wide mental health campaigning, there is still some work to do in reducing the stigma associated with mental illness. Leading employees to believe they must hide their illness, fearing it may hinder employment prospects and affect attitudes held towards them. But hiding behind depression, pretending you are okay, can be exhausting, may worsen symptoms and will achieve nothing in breaking down the unnecessary stigma associated with the illness. READ MORE    

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Loneliness & Depression

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This year’s Psychology Week focuses on the ‘Power of Human Connection’ encouraging people to ‘connect to thrive’. With Christmas approaching, this theme is very timely, providing the perfect opportunity to take a break from the pressures of work and our fast-paced world and reconnect with people around you, your friends, family, neighbours and those within your community. The Christmas break is for many people a joyous and relaxing time, but for others it can be tough, and feelings of loneliness can be difficult to ignore. Dr Stan Steindl, Clinical Psychologist, explains; “loneliness is not just about being alone, but rather a lack of meaningful connections with people." Read More  

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