Itâ€™s a sad fact of life that many people suffer from traumatic events, insecurities and anxieties that affect their mental health. If you find yourself in a situation where you need the help of the best psychologist in Brisbane, the three professional practices below will do all they can to assist you.
Dr Jane Zhao-O'Brien is an experienced clinical Psychologist that is registered with AHPRA. A member of the APS (Australian Psychological Society) she is a specialist in PTSD, trauma and anxiety, who practices out of Wickham Terrace in the Brisbane CBD. Working well with adults over the age of 25 she offers a number of therapies including acceptance commitment therapy (ACT), which is an evidence-based therapy, and schema therapy, a form evidence-based integrative therapy. She also offers cognitive-behavioral therapy and clinical hypnosis too. Before you book an appointment with her, please note she does not provide assessment reports for legal, insurance or medical claim purposes.
Another CBD practice, Brisbane Wellbeing is widely recongised as being the best psychologist in Brisbane. Offering high quality evidence based, mental health support, they employ a team of two provisional psychologists, as well as psychotherapists and even a holistic counsellor. All of whom are qualified to a minimum of masterâ€™s degrees level. Collectively they provide effective help when it comes to assisting you to manage stress, depression and anxiety, as well as other challenges in your working or personal life. Presenting a relaxed and calming environment in which to talk, they offer lower session fees to make up for the fact that Medicare rebates do not apply for psychotherapists.
Dr Grant Blake is an experienced and award winning clinical psychologist who operates out of Queen Street in the Brisbane CBD. He specialises in providing assessment and treatment for a range of forensic and clinical presentations, with a particular interest in the treatment of grief, anxiety, trauma and depression. Known for having a relaxed and practical therapeutic approach, he combines techniques from a range of therapeutic approaches when talking with patients. Aside from his clinical work he also is often utilised as an expert witness for court trials that involve complex forensic mental health cases. In addition he is also the co-author of several forensic psychological assessment tools.