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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Insomnia driving you up the wall?

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You wouldn't think staying up later rather than going to bed earlier would be advisable when suffering from insomnia but going to bed when you are not sleepy can start a vicious insomnia cycle. You feel anxious and frustrated that you can’t fall asleep, and then you lie awake while the problem perpetuates. It is important to differentiate sleepiness from just feeling tired. We can experience tired throughout our body, but sleepiness is simply dictated by our eyes closing and literally “getting the nods”. Sleepiness will come in waves and when we get this wave at an appropriate time at night, we need to take this cue and catch it. If insomnia is driving you up the wall, register for the next Towards Better Sleep programme commencing 12th July 2018 email: newmarket@psychologyconsultants.com.au   

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Don't believe everything you think

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The human mind is like a complicated road map, complete with wonderful journeys, total dead-ends and routes that are fraught with danger. Learning how to guide our internal navigators to take the path less ravelled, is no easy feat, especially for our pint-sized counterparts. By educating our youngsters in positive thinking and mindfulness, we can help develop a generation of resilient, liberators, empowered by a robust sense of self-worth. Teaching mindfulness is helpful when reinforcing positive thinking, as the first step to dispelling negative thought, is to stop and recognise it when it pops into our head. It is important to remind our children (and ourselves); ‘Don’t believe everything you think.’Read the full article on our blog.          

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New mums & self-compassion

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Entering the world of motherhood for first time is a monumental shift in a women’s life. It can lead to permanent changes in your outlook on life and for many provides enrichment beyond all expectations. It can also be an absolute baptism of fire, as parents enter unknown territory and the challenges that lie within. Expectant mothers (and often their partners), spend nine months caring for their changing pregnant body, preparing for birth and learning how to care for their pint size arrival. Most hospitals and birthing centres offer peri-natal courses that prepare women for birth, demonstrate how to bath, feed and care for a baby, while briefly touching on postnatal concerns, like the risk of postnatal depression and anxiety. Read the full article

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