Thoughtful Health provides psychiatry, psychology and other allied health services for children, adolescents and adults. Our suburban Brisbane clinic is easily accessible, with friendly staff and a welcoming atmosphere.
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An adult psychiatrist can provide assessment and treatment of depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders, gender identity issues, adult ADHD, dementia and developmental disabilities such as Asperger's disorder. We also offer assessments for WorkCover and for medicolegal reports.
Adult psychiatrists: Dr John McAulay
Our child psychiatrists provide assessment and treatment for young people and their families experiencing a wide range of difficulties including self harm, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, developmental disorders and behavioural problems. Our child psychiatrists can also see adults.
Our Occupational Therapists provide specialist assessment and intervention for infants, children, adolescents and adults with psychosocial, mental health, developmental, academic and functional self-care difficulties. Occupational therapy can be helpful for children with ADHD and sensory processing disorders, or those having difficulty with handwriting and fine motor skills.
Occupational Therapists: Dr Carina Capra
Psychologists can assist with diagnosis and treatment of a range of mental health conditions in children, adolescents and adults. Therapy may assist with management of stress, depression, anxiety and relationship difficulties.
Speech therapists treat difficulties in speech, communication, stuttering, language and literacy. Speech therapy can assist with social inclusion for both children and adults with communication, learning and language needs.
Speech pathologist: Yavanna Grogan
A dietitian can help you to optimise your help through nutrition, recognising the importance of nourishment for your body and your mind. A dietitian will help you to identify your current dietary habits, develop goals specific to your lifestyle and preference, and to build your confidence in managing your nutrition.
Dietitian: Cassie Hoole
Accessing the right treatment can be a confusing process. Different therapists have different expertise, and sometimes their roles overlap. If you are unsure, please call us on 3463 0722 or email our friendly receptionists at firstname.lastname@example.org. It may also be useful to talk to your GP.
Are you a practitioner interested in joining our team? Email email@example.com with a copy of your CV and references