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The Feel Good Clinic
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Everyone deserves to feel good
Psychological counselling for individuals and couples
The Feel Good Clinic
About The Feel Good Clinic
We believe that happiness and wellbeing come from maintaining emotional and life balance. Challenges across the lifespan are a normal part of life, and at The Feel Good Clinic, we work with you to develop the skills necessary to effectively manage these challenges and enhance your emotional wellbeing. We use a holistic and eclectic approach, drawing on a variety of evidence-based approaches, tailoring intervention to meet your needs.
Our practice is guided by evidence-based therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Schema Therapy, Psychotherapy, Supportive Counselling, Gottman Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing. Our aim is to provide the best possible psychological support to ensure the best possible outcomes for our clients.
We offer a broad range of counselling services including treatment for:
Social anxiety, excessive worry, panic attacks, obsessions and compulsions, phobias, generalised anxiety. Read more
Depression & Mood Management
Depression, mood swings, motivation issues. Read more
Work stress, family responsibilities, competing demands, and other forms of stress. Read more
Trauma & PTSD
Assistance with reactions to traumatic experiences such as assault, abuse, physical injury, witnessing a traumatic event.
Relationships & Couples Therapy
Communication, conflict resolution, relationship breakdown, available for both same sex and heterosexual couples. Read more
Grief & Loss
Dealing with the loss of a loved one.
Building resilience to manage stressful situations, assistance with managing inappropriate behaviour, basic anger management techniques. Read more
Assistance with issues associated with sexual, romantic, or gender identity concerns. Assistance with coping with discrimination, oppression, marginalisation, coming out, or other mental health concerns specific to the LGBTI community. Read more
We do not specialise in providing emergency or crisis management.
If you are in crisis please call Lifeline on 13 11 14, or contact your local hospital or community mental health centre.