Sunshine Coast Psychology Services
At our Sunshine Coast Psychology Clinic we aim to help people live a happier, healthier and more meaningful life through helping them understand why they (and others) think, feel and behave in the ways they do, and helping them to cope more effectively with situations and mental and physical health problems.
- provide confidential care
- offer non-judgemental support
- are empathetic and understanding
- strive to offer an evidence-based and integrative approach
Our Psychology Team are able to work with the following (including but not limited to):
- anxiety, depression, panic and mood disorders
- high stress
- child developmental, learning and behavioural issues, incl. comprehensive assessments
- lifestyle advice and guidence
- autism spectrum disorders in children, teens and adults
- trauma (acute and PTSD)
- suicide prevention
- personality disorders
- grief and loss
- adjustment disorders – incl. chronic illness and disease diagnosis, marital separation, job loss
- post-natal depression and parenting education
- relationship issues – incl. couples, families, workplace discord & premarital counselling, marriage counselling
- cognitive-behavioural management – incl. eating disorders, cigarette & alcohol dependency
What happens in a session with a Psychologist?
Psychology sessions begin with an assessment, which involves the psychologist spending some time to assess and understand the client’s situation. After an assessment consultation, the psychologist will work with their client to implement and practice specific evidence-based and effective techniques and therapies that will help to bring about lasting change.
Our psychologists are trained professionals with expert knowledge and clinical skills. They aim to build a supportive and empathetic relationship with each client, through actively listening to and understanding each individual’s unique situation, emotions, feelings, thoughts, beliefs, behaviours and actions, and providing support and guidance throughout the process.
Our Integrative Psychologists on the Sunshine Coast
Dr Glenda Lattimore has more than 15 years of clinical psychology experience in her own private practice and other diverse clinical settings. She is known to be very personable and empathetic. Dr Lattimore earned a Ph.D in the field of psycho-oncology through the Medical Faculty of Newcastle University, and is fully registered with the APS, AHPRA and Medicare. Dr Glenda offers Sunshine Coast Psychology services in the Buderim Psychology clinic and via skype (Contact us).
Dr Glenda works with all ages and has a special interest in Childrens Psychology. Dr Lattimore is committed to evidence-based, multidisciplinary practice, and we are pleased to have her on our team of health Practitioners at Integrated Wellness Clinic.
To find out more about Glenda and her treatment methods click below:
About Dr Glenda Lattimore
Dr Quinn’s psychology is a local Sunshine Coast based Psychologist in our Caloundra Psychology Clinic – speciality is assisting people through transition periods, where things such as physical and mental illness or injury may have caused setbacks, relationships have changed or a significant loss has occurred.
Dr Quinn has worked in the public and private healthcare sector for over 12 years. Her training has included a Bachelor of Psychology with First Class Honours from Southern Cross University (SCU), a Masters of Science in Medicine from the University of Sydney, and also a Doctor of Philosophy completed at the University of Sydney, focusing on the neurobiological basis of Depression.
To find out more about Candice and her treatment methods click below:
About Dr Candice Quinn
Therrie is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Agency, Medicare, Work Cover and NDIS. Therrie has completed her Bachelor’s degree in Social Science (Psychology) (Honours) at the University of Sunshine Coast and her Masters in Professional Psychology at the University of New England in Armidale, NSW.
She has co-authored and published a book on managing depression with Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) that has been endorsed by beyondblue and was favourably reviewed by the Medical Journal of Australia (MJA), Australian Guidance & Counselling Association, Mental Health Council of Australia, just to name a few.
Therrie’s passion was to combine her desire to help people with her love of animals. She firmly believes that the human/animal bond has countless beneficial effects on people with emotional imbalance. Therefore, Therrie works on some days with her certified therapy dog , Toffee (with client consent).
To find out more about Therrie and her treatment methods click below:
About Therrie Rosanvald
Please phone us on (07) 5458 4800 to discuss the current fee schedule.
Medicare rebates are processed on the spot through Health Point (with a valid plan, Medicare will rebate the $84.80 into your bank account on the same day). We have full Eftpos & Credit Card facilities available.
For those with a Full time Student Card, Health Care Card, low income, Disability Card, Pension Card or DVA please call us to discuss fees. If you are unsure whether or not you are eligible for a medicare rebate please contact us.
Private Fee Paying Clients & Private Health Insurance
You may see a Psychologist without a care plan from your doctor.
Clients who have Private Health Insurance may also be able to claim a portion of the amount charged through their Private Health Fund (please check this with your provider). We have a HealthPoint terminal which issues private health insurance (fund) rebates on the spot.
Please click here to view a PDF of the Health Insurance providers we accept on our payment claims terminal, in clinic, for Psychology.
Our supportive Psychologists offers psychology services in both our Buderim and Caloundra Clinic.