About Ahead Psychology – Brisbane North Psychologists

Ahead Psychology is an established and trusted private practice of Brisbane North psychologists

We know how to help people. Our specialist understanding of the brain, memory, learning, human development and the processes determining how people think, feel, behave and react. This  means we can help you more effectively and more efficiently.

Our psychologists:

    • Are passionate about helping people find strength and joy in themselves, their work, their relationships, their families and their lives.
    • Provide expert, patient centred care in a compassionate and confidential environment.
    • Help with wide range of emotional, behavioural and interpersonal problems.
    • Are outcomes-focused and only undertake evidence based treatments that are the most effective ways for those who want to overcome problems like depression, anxiety, stress, worry, and relationship difficulties.
If you need help call us on Brisbane (07) 3352 3577 or fill out our online booking & enquiry form and we’ll contact you.

Meet the Team – Psychologists’ profiles

All psychologists at Ahead Psychology are:

    • Highly qualified and experienced
    • Registered with the Psychologists Board of Australia (PBA)
    • Practice within the PBA endorsed Code of Ethics
    • Undertake a PBA approved program of continuing professional development
    • Hold Professional Indemnity Insurance
    • Approved providers with Medicare and private health insurance funds

Psychologist Profiles

Treatment approaches:

Depending on your needs our psychologists integrate a variety of evidence-based approaches to help you improve your mental health and well-being. We are client-centred. This means that we work collaboratively with you to tailor an individualised plan to tackle you current challenges and struggles. Common treatment approaches include:

      • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) a practical, time-limited treatment approach to help people motivate, activate and sustain lasting change through modification of thoughts, feelings, and behaviours.
      • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) an empirically based form of behavioural therapy to enhance psychological well being that uses strategies such as mindfulness, acceptance of thoughts and mood states, and commitment to values based living and behavioural changes.
      • Mindfulness, strategies to allow you to be in the present moment with awareness, openness, and acceptance rather than continuously analysing and judging, categorising and worrying and being (over) critical of yourself and others.