Brisbane Psychologists

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.

About Us

Psychology Consultants is a well-established and highly regarded clinical psychology practice in Newmarket and Morningside, Brisbane. Since 1999, Psychology Consultants has
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How a Psychologist can help

Life is a journey that can present us with a wide range of unexpected and complicated challenges along the way. The emotional ups and downs that we experience can be
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Our Team

Psychology Consultants has gathered together a professional team that is highly trained and very experienced. To view our team Click Here

Quick Enquiry

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What’s New


Running a Fine Line


By Rhonda Stanton, Psychologist Regular exercise is recommended by experts the world over because of the range of benefits for physical and mental health. Campaigns encourage us to exercise more and be physically active but for some, too much exercise can be unhealthy. So how do you know when your desire to be fit and healthy crosses the line to obsession? Read the Full Article     


I Don't Know How She Does It

Clinical Psychologist

By Erika Fiorenza, Clinical Psychologist Recent studies reveal that women experience higher overall levels of stress and anxiety than our male counterparts.Once a woman enters motherhood, her stress levels reach an all-time high as she tries to juggle her career with children, home life and everything in-between. A woman’s body is also more chemically susceptible to stress and depression with the various hormonal balances associated with premenstrual, post-partum and menopausal change.Research shows that high levels of stress can impact the immune system, and result in more serious health problems. Read the Full Article            


Winter Sleep Tips


  •  Stay up later rather than going to bed earlier
  • Avoid the afternoon ‘nanna nap’
  • Keep up the exercise
  • Develop a relaxation routine
  •  Keep your evenings tech free
If you are struggling with insomnia or ongoing sleeping problems, the next Towards Better Sleep group programme starts Tuesday 13th June from Psychology Consultants Morningside. Talk to your GP about your suitability for the programme and for more information visit the website


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