Mental health takes investment in the same way physical health does. Psychological support can help make the most out of challenging situations and improve overall wellbeing.
At Axis we offer a wide variety of psychological services to support the mental health and wellbeing of individuals and organisations. We take the time to understand the needs of the people we work with and used evidenced-based strategies to bride gap between current capacity and ideal functioning
Like the rest of our Axis family, we exist to make real differences to the health of people and communities. Our psychologists are chosen for their deep level of commitment and passion for holistic wellbeing. Our team are trained in the ability to recognise and acknowledge broad contributors to psychological wellbeing, not just cognitions, behavioural and emotional factors. Our comprehensive understanding of the biological, social and emotional factors that impact mental health help us to provide interventions that improve overall health and wellbeing.
We pride ourselves on our collaborative communication within our own team and with external health providers and stakeholders. This includes an understanding of systems such as medical specialists, national schemes, employers, insurances agencies or other rehabilitation processes.
Our team have comprehensive experience with organisational, health and rehabilitation psychology. The common theme of these areas is the focus on increasing functional capacity and performance as well as the consideration of broader impacts to mental health and wellbeing.
Please find details about our service offerings below or contact us for further information
Psychology appointments are made at the time of referral at one of our Clinics or for onsite clients, at your workplace, or via telehealth.
280 Adelaide Street (Axis Head Office)
2084 Logan Road (inside Goodlife Gym)
Shop 2, 59 Albany Creek Road (inside Hypermarket Medical Centre)
16 Amazon Place (at DFO, inside Goodlife Gym)
Level 4, 2 Promethean Way (inside Bond Institute of Health & Sport)
Our dedicated team of psychologists deliver evidence-based, tailored intervention to individuals in need of psychological support. We are skilled in working with people with a variety of psychological presentations or who may have experienced major life disruptions that impact their mental health.
We are trained in treating and reducing symptoms of Anxiety, Depression, Adjustment Disorder, Perinatal Mental Health, Grief & Loss and Pain Management.
Proactive care for a psychologically healthy workforce. Axis Onsite psychology provides a collaborative & supportive environment to improve your workers mental wellbeing and overall business environment. Our service includes early intervention counselling, education & preventative psychological services.
Onsite psychology services eliminate barriers that may prevent a worker seeking assistance and enables support and treatment of mental health symptoms when they do occur.
Collaborative psychological support for self-managed & plan managed NDIS participants. We help NDIS participants who require ongoing psychological support. We have a holistic approach to health and wellbeing.
Our psychologists have a special interest in Health Psychology and have completed specific training to understand the relationship between physical and mental health. We are experienced in collaborating with people to increase their ability to function in their daily life despite the limitations of disability, injury or illness.
Our range of group based sessions are an engaging and time-efficient approach to providing employees with targeted education and training to improve their health and wellness
We are friendly, approachable and are passionate about what we do.
We’re determined to build long-lasting referral relationships. Our team of specialists are committed to delivering the highest level of care on your behalf.
Finding your true potential has to start somewhere. To learn more about what we can do for you, book an appointment with our friendly team today.
You can see a psychologist for any reason. The most likely reasons would be difficulty sleeping, feeling overwhelmed by work or life, interpersonal stress, managing mood symptoms (e.g.anxiety, depression or stress) or grief and loss counselling.
Often people find that talking to someone a helpful process in figuring out how they feel about complicated challenges in their life. Especially when that person isn’t closely connected to their personal life and can offer objective strategies to support.
The simple answer is no. Psychologists work with people who have a wide range of psychological functioning. From optimising performance of elite athletes to treating mental health disorders. Psychologists are specialists in emotions, thinking and human behaviour. Any time there is a gap between where you are and where you would like to be in life, a psychologist is likely to be able to assist.